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The Cotswolds: 40 Town And Country Walks
In these 40 walks, Dominic North unlocks the secrets of the Cotswolds, from the hills and lanes in the north to the languid riverbanks and ancient woods of the south.
Das Schottlandbuch: Oder Eine Passionierte Schilderung Schottischer Geschichte, Kultur Und Natur
After a decade of living & working in Edinburgh, Hans-Walter Arends provides a comprehensive resource for German-speaking visitors to Scotland. By using his personal viewpoint & sharing the knowledge of the true insider, as well as more conventional guidebook contents, this work tells the reader all that is worth knowing about Scotland.
Discover The Hebrides: An Exploration Of Scotland's Western Seaboard And The "Isles Of The Other Seas"
An exploration of both Scotland's Western Seaboard and the Hebridean Islands, following on from Iain McGowan's highly successful 'Portrait of the Hebrides'.
The Golden Door: Letters To AmericaAdd to Basket
A.A. Gill takes another look at the America he knew in the 1970s, a place that seemed to hold promise, practical energy and a plan for the future. The book is a collection of linked essays based around places that will open up truths and mythologies about America and Americans.
This title tells the story of Chris Townsend's 1200 mile walk along the Pacific Northwest Trail, which runs for 1200 miles from the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean through the states of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming.
Northumberland: 40 Coast And Country WalksAdd to Basket
Northumberland is England's most nothern county, a magical place filled with ancient castles, golden sand beaches, rolling hills, rugged moorland and friendly little towns and villages. This is a practical guide to 40 of the best walks in the region.
The Welsh Marches: 40 Town And Country WalksAdd to Basket
In these 40 walks, Ben Giles explores all the best places to visit in the Welsh Marches.
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From Amsterdam to the Zone - the Black Rock Desert of Nevada - this is the story of Geoff Dyer's quest for a meaningful life & how he finally lost himself in the peak experiences.
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