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DUBAI: TRAVEL GUIDE FOR WOMEN: The Insider’s Travel Guide to the ““City of Gold” for women, by women.

The best women?s guide to this amazing city!

Brimming with insider knowledge, helpful tips and recommendations to off-the-beaten path attractions, this travel guide helps you discern the good from the bad and the worthy from the overrated. From sightseeing to shopping, clubbing and, of course, feasting like a true local, let the author guide you through the overwhelming maze of options this magical city has to offer. Are you a female adventurer?

Then, hop on board and travel with us as focus on answering your most ardent questions; we'll calm your fears and highlight all you must know before you go, as well as provide you with all the sources you'll need before and during your unforgettable vacation.

Few cities have the ability to make women swoon, quite like Dubai. One of the most visited and dreamed about destination in the world is often regarded as one of the most enticing for female travelers. With its near endless array of famous landmarks, unrivaled shopping, and delectable dining, Dubai can deliver a phenomenal adventure no matter what your interests.

Need some help planning your unforgettable trip to Dubai? We've got you covered.

The Women's Guide to Dubai is the ultimate travel companion for the discerning woman who knows what she wants, and wishes to waste no time doing it, seeing it, buying it, eating it and experiencing it.

Discover all there is to know about Dubai: what to see and do, what best to avoid, how to navigate your way around and the best spots for relaxing, dining, drinking and shopping. You'll find chapters dedicated solely to the best health and beauty spas in Dubai, as well as ideas on how to enjoy fantastic girly days in this most magical of cities.

So pack this invaluable guide in your suitcase and get ready to have a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, in one of the most beautiful city in the world!

Download now and start traveling as you read!

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Seville Travel Guide: The Top 10 Highlights in Seville (Globetrotter Guide Books)

Seville: The Jewel of Spain!Are you thinking of your next vacation, but you're not sure where to go? Would you prefer some quiet time meditating in a dazzling cathedral, or would you like a more activity filled trip, with opportunities to explore great historic districts. Or, maybe, you want to discover a new culture and experience a brand new city. Well then look no further. Seville is the place to visit whether you're interested in just one or every one of these options.

This city in Spain offers its visitors some of the most spectacular churches, beautiful palaces and amazing historic districts just waiting to be explored.

Seville has a great number of touristic attractions and it can be quite difficult to pick those you are certain you'll like. That is why you should definitely get this compact book, which will give you the most important information about the places you can't miss while visiting Seville.

Inside the Seville Travel Guide:

TrianaParque de Maria LuisaMuseo de Bellas ArtesItalicaBasilica de la MacarenaBarrio de Santa CruzEl ArenalLa Casa de PilatosReal AlcazarCatedral de Santa Maria de la SedeFollow in the footsteps of locals and seek refuge in one of Seville's spectacular churches. The dazzling interiors will be more than enough to keep you entertained and happy during your visit.

Seville also has several historic districts with great architecture and old-world charm. Starting with the Triana Quarter tourists who want to experience the Seville lifestyle should simply take a stroll through the cobblestoned alleys.

One of the many things Seville is famous for is flamenco. But, did you know you can take a tour of one of the country's best flamenco museums and learn firsthand how the famous art form originated?

Well, in this easy to read travel guide you'll find out which are the most popular flamenco bars, but also the most interesting parks and churches and what other amazing things you can do while vacationing in Seville.

Why hesitate? Get the Seville Travel Guide right now and start planning your unforgettable vacation!

1000 Japanese Flash Cards: For Smart Phones and E-Readers

Need some help memorizing Japanese vocabulary? Look no further! 1000 Japanese Flash Cards contains 1000 of the most common Japanese nouns, verbs, adjectives, common expressions, and more!

Nearly every vocabulary word has an example sentence so you can see how it is used. Every vocabulary word and example sentence is written three different ways, using the alphabet, Japanese kana, and Japanese kanji, so no matter you skill level, you can study with these cards!

Target vocabulary words are highlighted to help you identify them in the sentences.

500+ of the most common nouns!

250+ of the most common verbs!

100+ of the most common adjectives!

Start studying Japanese today with these 1000 Japanese Flash Cards for Smart Phones and E-Readers!

Havana Tips and Tricks: Interesting Facts and Tips On Havana And Cuba (With Trinidad Bonus Section)

UPDATED 2018 EDITION - With Bonus Trinidad City Guide

This sample guide includes dozens of interesting facts, tips and tricks to help you understand Cuban culture and daily life. The information presented in this guide was taken from the book Real Havana: Explore Cuba Like A Local And Save Money. This book is available at most online book retailers. It offers a complete description of all the information presented below.

In this mini-guide you will learn about:

? Dozens of facts and tips on Cuban Culture and daily life.

? Money saving tips on Cuban cuisine and dining.

? Common restaurant scams in Havana.

? Facts about buying alcohol, cigars and shopping in general.

? Important tips on using taxis, public transportation and rental cars.

? Info on biking in Havana

? Booking a cheap apartment in Havana (casa particular)

Plus, this updated 2016 edition includes a special Trinidad City Guide.

Trinidad is one of the most beautiful towns in Cuba and one of the most popular excursion destinations for travelers. Learn how to explore this wonderful UNESCO World Heritage site for yourself, on your next trip to Cuba.

BONUS: As a bonus, this mini-guide also includes the Top Ten Cuba Tip List! It's packed with the most important information that any traveler must know about Cuba and Havana, in order to maximize their fun, save money and avoid any hassles.

The Real Havana guide has all that information and much more. It has been described by industry professionals as being the #1 travel guide for information about Cuban culture. That's why it is a bestseller and has been a trusted resource to over 200 000 travelers since 2010.

About Full Compass Guides

Full Compass Guides are aimed at travelers who want to understand local customs and culture so that they can experience destinations like a local. Unlike regular tourist guides, Full Compass guides are not a list of attractions popular with tourists, and boring restaurant and hotel reviews that are obsolete the moment they are published. With our guides, you get succinct, useful information about the culture, people and geography of your destination so you have the tools and the confidence to explore on your own, experience everything that your destination has to offer, and save money.

Our guides are written by experienced travelers who have intimate knowledge of both the location and the culture of the destination. They give you the exact information you need in order to make the most of your travel time.

With a Full Compass guide, you will be a knowledgeable explorer, rather than just another flash-happy tourist.

Backpacking Thailand for Beginners - Thailand Travel Planning: Smart Travel Planning Guide before you travel to Thailand as a Backpacker on a Budget for the first time in Your Life



Backpacking Thailand for Beginners

Smart Travel Planning Guide before you travel to Thailand as a Backpacker on a Budget for the first time in Your Life

This smart Handbook is written for People, who are planning to travel the first time in the life to Thailand as a Backpacker.

Before you are going to travel to this amazing country you need to do lot of travel planning.

There are a lot of Travel Guides about Thailand out there. So, why should you buy this book?

Honestly said, it's very easy, because this Guide is specialized to help you before you are traveling to Thailand. Also this Handbook is specialized for Backpackers, we know their needs before traveling to Thailand. We help you to get a fast and informative overview about your chosen country and prepare you as best as we can to make you ready for traveling to Thailand as a Backpacker for your first time in your life.

Thailand Island Travel Guide And Thai Popular Ice Drink: Thailand Travel Guide

Thailand Island Travel Guide

Thai Popular Ice Drink

Campervan Capers 2: The Ongoing Adventures of a Campervanning Couple

Campervan Capers Blog entries released in a handy eBook format.

Campervan Capers 2

The Ongoing Adventures of a Campervanning Couple

With a first year of adventures under their belt

The campervanning couple embark on

Another year of mini capers

In this sequel to Campervan Capers, the author continues to blend travel tale with humour and practicality as she and her partner explore more sights (and sites) after the maiden year in their camper.

Campervan Capers 2 is an adaptation of the author's Campervan Capers Blog entries written in 2011, released here as a handy, free eBook.

(Travels are within Britain: Cornwall, Devon and the Isle of Wight.)

BONUS!

Get 30+ Top Tips for the Aspiring & Newbie Campervanner - a free downloadable 'cheat sheet' based on the tips in the Campervan Capers book & blog - when you join the author's Reader's Group (link inside the book).

FAUX REVIEWS by PSEUDO-CELEBRITIES

Here are just a few of the author's infamous 'faux reviews' of the spurious kind which appear in the original Campervan Capers book...

I go out in my camper to study insects. It's amazing how many different species you can collect on your windscreen as you drive full pelt along the motorway.

David Atinburrer

I used to have an RV back in the great US of A. But then I came to this tiny little island called Britain and read Campervan Capers. My God! I was transformed - and bought one of those quaint little English campers instead. Downsizing sure has made me happy!

Tom Crews

Actor, Mission Improbable

I heartily encourage a campervanning lifestyle! Getting out onto the open road, it's amazing just how much road-kill you can pick up... And, with a gas hob on board, I can fry up what I find on the spot.

Huw Fern-Leigh-Wit-In-Stall

See you for some four-wheeled adventures on the inside!

Memoirs of a Vending Machine

Mike lands at Kansai Airport in Japan confident but ill prepared for his introduction to his new home. A sequence of events forces Mike on a Journey lasting all day and all night around Osaka. where he Meets Mark, Jon and Jeff and other interesting and colourful characters along the way. They quickly discover the urban soul of Japan and learn enough in one day to last the rest of their time in Osaka. Then join them on the second part of their journey that rips them from the innocent comfort of their humble beginnings and thrusts them forward ten years into the realities of life as a foreigner in the heart of Osaka, Japan.

Tokyo Budget

The only downside to Tokyo is the cost. Consistently the world's most expensive city, if you are not careful, Tokyo can bankrupt you overnight!

This guide has been written by a former resident of Tokyo who spent four months exploring as much as possible (and occasionally working). I've visited all the must see spots, eaten too much sushi, shopped on Harajuku street, and spent many Sundays people watching in the park! I decided not to climb mount Fuji but instead rode the world's tallest roller coaster (that offers great views of Fuji-san)! And I wrote this guide to point you in the right direction - where to stay, what to visit and how to have a great holiday without breaking the bank!

The trick to conquering Tokyo lies in organization! Google Maps is amazing and will get you from station to station (it even tells you what platform and the time of the train)! If you don't have a smart phone invest in a good map and a notebook - write down places and stations you want to go and show this to station attendants. Attendants might not speak English but they can read English and will put you on the correct train! Bring walking shoes and walk the distances between short train stops. Each train journey is at least 190Yen ($2) and this soon adds up. Walking in Tokyo is enjoyable, and you will see much more of the city! Finally keep an eye on the time. The last trains run around midnight and after that you will need to wait until 5am - pull an all-nighter or prepare for a long walk back to your hotel - taxis are super expensive and will easily set you back $40-$80 for a short ride!

Burmese Daze: Myanmar in 28 Photos - Highlights Of Myanmar/Burma From A Tourist's Eye

Burmese Daze - A Trip Through Burma (Myanmar) in 28 PhotosConsidering a trip to Burma (Myanmar) - or just curious about this exotic and long-closed country? Or maybe you'd like to take a step back in time to a country where ox carts are still a normal form of transport?

Be inspired by these highlights of Burma, focussing not on the pretty postcard views but the people, the transport, and images of a country caught in a time warp. Burma really is a country like no other.

Each photo is accompanied by a page of commentary from the author's visit to the country. Towns covered include not just the well known Yangon (Rangoon), Mandalay and Bagan (Pagan) but more off-the-tourist trail places such as Hpa-An and Setse

Best viewed on a colour device: Kindle Fire, iPad, tablet or similar.

Checkout my other travel guides including: The Non-Boring Vacation Packing Guide



What's French for WTF?: A Sitcom-Style Novella Set in Paris (Broads Abroad Book 1)

Fans of sitcoms with lovably faulted characters will love this novella about two sisters and four friends stranded in Paris. A complete story at 23,000 words.



Down and out in Paris never felt so fine. Follow two sisters and four friends during their comic adventures in the City of Light. In this first sitcom of their series, Fern must call on her intervention skills to persuade her guy-crazy roommate Kimi to lay off a potential user. But what's really going on behind closed doors, and does it have anything to do with Fern's newly empty bank account? Fern's friendships are tested and her loyalties divided. Will her romantic dreams survive the riot girls, a much-sought-after chamber pot, and the incident of the flying falsie?

What readers are saying about this sitcom series for your e-reader

"I loved reading this story. It is funny and down to earth."

"Just the right length, this story left me eager for more in the future."

Note: this is a novella, or short novel, and a complete story at 23,000 words. It's like a sitcom for your e-reader. Each novella in the series stars the same cast of characters in a uniquely different story.



AWARDS GWEN HAS WON

First Place, James D. Phelan Literary Award

First Place, Romancing the Novel Award

Presidential Scholar in the Arts

National Recognition and Talent Search Award

Apprenticeships in Fiction, sponsored by the Arts Council England



What's French for WTF? is rated PG due to references to off-stage sex. In essence, however, the story is good clean fun with a long-running sweet romance.

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Going Bare!

I have always wanted to try naturism and in August 2012 I got my wish as my terrified wife and excited kids joined me as we went to a naturist resort in southern France for a few days.

This book offers a light-hearted look at our first family holiday in five years, when I persuaded them to try naturism for the first time.

The book is short - around an hour of reading - and details everything from when I first decided naturism appealed to me, to my thoughts after the holiday.

Adam Bede (Everyman's Library Classics)

A story which evokes a bygone rural life, and is charged with a personal passion that intensifies the novel's outer dramas of seduction and betrayal and inner dramas of moral growth and redemption.

Byron

City of Dreams (The Paris Chronicles)

After a whirlwind courtship and marriage to dashing Frenchman Emile Daubigny, Anna, the teenage daughter of a Russian furrier, moves to Paris with her new husband, looking forward to a life of gaiety, love and comfortable affluence. Married life and the social scene in the most fashionable city on earth is everything Anna hoped it would be, but when Emile vanishes without trace and she is evicted, Anna is forced to discover the city's poverty-stricken dark side of harsh streets and squalid tenements, where the temptation for a penniless young lady to become a kept woman is overwhelming. To make matters worse, war with Prussia looms and Anna and the city she loves will both struggle to survive. (City of Dreams is the first in a series of novels that will follow the stories of Anna and her descendants in Paris and further afield.)

Travels in England in 1782

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Areopagitica; a Speech to the Parliament of England for the Liberty of Unlicensed Printing

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world), and other notations in the work. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work.As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.

Afoot in England

The History of Julius Caesar