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100 nature hot spots in Ontario - the best parks, conservation areas and wild places 100 nature hot spots in Ontario - the best parks, conservation areas and wild places

"A guidebook to the best nature sites in Ontario categorized by region. It includes special features, location details, color photographs and maps, with suggestions on how to make the most of each site"--

Jul 26, 2016
Argentina. Argentina.

Argentina is the eighth largest country in the world and also one of the most beguiling and diverse. Be inspired to visit by the new edition of Insight Guide Argentina, a comprehensive full-color guide to this fascinating and dramatically beautiful country, from the alluring capital Buenos Aires to the wide-open spaces and glacial landscape of Patagonia.

Jul 20, 2016
Bolivia Bolivia

From the snowcapped Andes to the steamy Amazon, and from salt-crusted, flamingo-painted deserts to lush Yungas valleys, plunge by parachute, motorboat, bicycle or crampon into South America's most diverse and affordable country. Tour the world's largest salt flat, walk in the path of the Inca or search for magic potions in La Paz markets; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Bolivia and begin your journey now! Lonely Planet Bolivia is your passport to the most relevant, up

Jul 21, 2016
Bowery boys - adventures in old New York - an unconventional exploration of Manhattan's historical neighborhoods, secret spots and colorful characters Bowery boys - adventures in old New York - an unconventional exploration of Manhattan's historical neighborhoods, secret spots and colorful characters

Jul 21, 2016
Brazil Brazil

Resident and expert authors reveal the best of Brazil, from its top attractions to off-the-beaten track wonders. New full color chapter on Brazil's amazing wildlife, and increased focus on sustainable travel, a Greendex.

Jul 21, 2016
Brazil Brazil

Beautiful, vibrant, exuberant and welcoming, Brazil is truly a country to explore. From the miles of pristine and often deserted beaches along the coast to the mighty virgin forest of the Amazon, from the charm of cobbled colonial towns to the urban excitement of its busy metropolises, this guidebook will help you make the most of your visit to this magnificent country.

Jul 21, 2016
Chile - the Carretera Austral - a guide to one of the world's most scenic road trips. Chile - the Carretera Austral - a guide to one of the world's most scenic road trips.

Focussed entirely on the magnificent and historic road uniting northern and southern Patagonia. The few hardy travellers that embark on this journey struggle to find even basic information about the region. The book provides visitors to the often-visited Bariloche and Chilean Lake District with a spectacular alternative means to reach the southern extremes of Patagonia. The road passes through world-class national parks. It stretches from the high Andes to the remote Pacific coast, fed by five g

Jul 21, 2016
Culture Smart! Argentina Culture Smart! Argentina

The second-largest country in South America, Argentina has been through great changes in recent years. Its journey from dictatorship to democracy has left many scars, but these are largely eclipsed by the pride and resilience of the Argentinian people, who have developed a style, a language, and a "joie de vivre" that are all their own. The political maelstroms the country has experienced have had a profound effect on its economy, its people, and its relationship with the rest of the world. Desp

Jul 20, 2016
DK eyewitness travel Chile and Easter Island DK eyewitness travel Chile and Easter Island

Jul 21, 2016
Finding Franklin - the untold story of a 165-year search Finding Franklin - the untold story of a 165-year search

"In 2014 media around the world buzzed with news that an archaeological team from Parks Canada had located and identified the wreck of the HMS Erebus, the flagship of Sir John Franklin's lost expedition to find the Northwest Passage. Finding Franklin outlines the larger story and the cast of detectives from every walk of life that led to the discovery, solving of one of the Arctic's greatest mysteries. In compelling and accessible prose, Russell Potter details his decades of work alongside key f

Jul 26, 2016
Fodor's Argentina Fodor's Argentina

From the scenic Mendoza wineries in the foothills of the Andes, to the cultural riches of Buenos Aires, to the gorgeous glacial terrain of Patagonia, Argentina offers experiences for all types of travelers. Whether they plan to marvel at the spectacular waterfalls of Iguazu Falls or dance the tango in a swanky nightclub, Fodor's Argentina helps travelers take in the most memorable sights and experiences of this culturally and geographically rich country.

Jul 20, 2016
Fodor's Brazil. Fodor's Brazil.

Jul 21, 2016
Indonesia Indonesia

Jul 26, 2016
Moon handbooks. Monterey and Carmel - including Santa Cruz and Big Sur Moon handbooks. Monterey and Carmel - including Santa Cruz and Big Sur

Travel writer and Monterey resident Stuart Thornton offers his firsthand experience and advice on Monterey, Carmel, and beyond, from Old Fisherman's Wharf and Cannery Row to the nearby areas of Pacific Grove and Salinas. Thornton includes various travel itinerary ideas, such as Monterey: Marine Escape, Steinbeck Country, and Big Sur to Morro Bay Road Trip. Complete with expCARMELert tips on wandering the redwoods in the Santa Cruz mountains, finding hidden waterfalls in Big Sur, and sampling the

Jul 26, 2016
Road trip - a pocket history of Indiana Road trip - a pocket history of Indiana

"The bicentennial of Indiana statehood in 2016 is the perfect time for Hoosiers of all stripes to hit the road and visit sites that speak to the nineteenth state's character. In her book, Andrea Neal has selected the top 100 events/historical figures in Indiana history, some well-known like George Rogers Clark, and others obscured by time or memory such as the visit of Marquis de Lafayette to southern Indiana. These highly readable essays and photographs that accompany them feature a tourist sit

Jul 21, 2016
South American handbook 2016 South American handbook 2016

"South America is epic. Home to the world's highest waterfall, the longest mountain range and the largest rainforest-this continent will baffle you with its enormity. While cities like Rio de Janeiro swing to the sounds of samba, locals jostle around market stalls in Cuzco and indigenous farmers offer prayers to Pachamama--Mother Earth. Footprint's 92nd edition of the South American Handbook is the ideal guidebook for adventure-hungry travellers. From Inca ruins and tropical jungles to the vast

Jul 21, 2016
The rough guide to Bolivia The rough guide to Bolivia

Jul 20, 2016
The rough guide to South America on a budget The rough guide to South America on a budget

A guide to travelling the continent - and getting the most value for every dollar, peso, real or sol. It features detailed colour maps and in depth coverage of how to get around that go hand in hand with suggested itineraries and authoritative accounts of every attraction. Eleven chapters include all the South American countries.

Jul 26, 2016
The sea hunters - true adventures with famous shipwrecks The sea hunters - true adventures with famous shipwrecks

In the Sea Hunters, his first nonfiction book, Cussler explorers the special world of undersea adventure that inspired and has its fictional parallel in the Dirk Pitt novels. He describes his lifelong love for the sea and ships, and how his involvement with the search for John Paul Jones's famous Revolutionary War ship, the Bonhome Richard, led to his establishing the NUMA (National Underwater and Marine Agency) Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the discovery and preservation of

Jul 19, 2016
Through early Yellowstone - adventuring by bicycle, covered wagon, foot, horseback, and skis Through early Yellowstone - adventuring by bicycle, covered wagon, foot, horseback, and skis

A collection of entertaining accounts of travel through Yellowstone from 1871, before it was a tourist destination, until 1916, when autos were allowed into the park. The adventurers include an intrepid mother who posted the sign "Park or Bust" on her family's covered wagon, a strong cyclist and hikers who traversed the whole park for fun, and an expert guide on skis. These travelers experience the geysers without boardwalks, bushwhack trails before maps, handle horses, and encounter bears. Feat

Jul 25, 2016