Many European travel guides offer advice that's way off-base for readers over 40. Fun In Europe isn't meant for kids planning to hit the hostels. It's strictly for grown-ups. If you're one of us, this book is for you. Fun In Europe shows you how to: AmDecide whether independent travel is for you AmPlan your travel budget and choose who'll go with you AmCreate your personalized trip itinerary AmNavigate the nitty-gritty world of planes and hotels, trains and travel agents AmEase concerns about health, safety and the language barrier AmHave fun in Europe, without sacrificing comfort, safety or your children's inheritance. Fun In Europe gives you: AmInformation and advice, peppered with humorous anecdotes, on 75 topics of interest to grown-up European travelers AmA candid opinion about which sights are worth your time and which aren't AmRules of the road for savvy travelers AmA more thoughtful pace, which emphasizes what you'll see, not how quickly you'll see it. AmUp to 7 detailed daily itineraries for 36 popular European destinations AmAn introduction to the history, culture and ambiance of 10 European countries.A Travel Guide for Grown-Ups! Ramona John. a#39; Many department stores ... For example, in London, buy china, woolens and books. In Paris, look for perfume, Limoges pieces, designer clothing and wine. Belgium has lace and ... In Rome, head for designer womena#39;s clothing and religious souvenirs. Viennaa#39;s dainty petit anbsp;...
|Title||:||Fun in Europe|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2002-04-01|