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100 Countries, 5,000 Ideas
100 Countries, 5,000 Ideas
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Category: Books/Travel and Adventure/Travel Best Sellers

100 Countries, 5000 Ideas offers a wealth of ideas on today's most inspiring places to visit around the world. This large-format, lavishly illustrated, softcover travel planner zeroes in on the top 100 most fascinating places, providing 300 images; 100 original, detailed maps; and evocative text to inspire your next trip. Each country is thoroughly reported on and vetted —from Brazil, Belgium, and Bulgaria to Thailand, Turkey, and Tanzania —describing each country's highlights and ideas on what to do there. Valuable reader service sets this book apart, including a section that helps travelers select a destination based on their interests—whether they're looking for a three-week dream vacation, a weekend excursion, or something in between. 100 Countries, 5000 Ideas is an irresistible blend of practical travel information and inspiration to help fuel the wanderlust in all of us.


$26.95
Ireland, 3rd Edition
Ireland, 3rd Edition
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Category: Books/Travel and Adventure/Traveler Guidebooks/Europe

This guide to beautiful Ireland is chock full of attractive new features to make your trip uniquely memorable: Insider tips from National Geographic and local experts reveal favorite little-known sites and events. Sidebars encourage the visitor to truly get inside local culture, from learning traditional dance in Galway to helping restore the country's native boglands. Whether you plan to follow the James Joyce Trail in Dublin or simply ramble the open spaces of the aptly named Emerald Isle, National Geographic Traveler: Ireland has everything needed to make your trip magnificent.


$27.95
Fragile: The Human Condition
Fragile: The Human Condition
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Category: Books/Photography
i>Fragile is the documentation of life stories in sixty-five countries. It is about personal accounts, some successful, some shattering. The book is an effort to move intellectual discussions to face emotional realities. It is one man's attempt to bring this reality to those who may be motivated to affect change.

It is difficult to write a book about so much that is wrong in the world—the stark truth may cause many readers to turn away, but if stories are sugar-coated, the truth becomes distorted. There is a fine balance between suffering and solutions.


$35.00
Great Britain, 2nd Edition
Great Britain, 2nd Edition
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Category: Books/Travel and Adventure/Traveler Guidebooks/Europe

Visit every region of this diverse and beguiling land, including the distinctive countries of Scotland and Wales. This new edition offers the latest information on historic sites, city highlights, scenic drives, walking tours, and more—from London's venerable Westminster Abbey and Shakespeare's scenic hometown of Stratford-Upon-Avon to John Lennon's boyhood home in Liverpool.


$27.95
National Geographic Concise Atlas of the World, Third Edition
National Geographic Concise Atlas of the World, Third Edition
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Category: Books/Atlases and Reference

The complex political, cultural, and environmental issues that we face daily, make it increasingly important for us to have a clear vision of the world in which we live. With more than 300 updated, authoritative maps, charts, graphs, tables, and country flags, the Concise Atlas of the World, Third Edition offers a succinct, easy-to-use, and yet comprehensive view of our world, today.


$26.95