National Geographic Traveler - January/February 2010
National Geographic Traveler Magazine: Discover a wealth of vacation ideas for the U.S., Canada, and overseas destinations. Each issue of National Geographic Traveler features superb photography, lively stories and features and a wide range of practical travel advice. This award-winning bimonthly publication has everything you need to plan the perfect trip.
Explore Britain for fun, planning trips and learning with 'Britain on a disc' - Eye2eye Britain Panoramic Edition. Explore anywhere at the click of a mouse with 977 FullScreen360 Panoramas and 10,000 photos appearing almost instantly from DVD-ROM - images far more detailed than used on the internet, appearing almost instantly without web delay.
-London’s top 20 attractions, listed in order of importance (so you can cut to the chase, and see what you MUST see before you leave London). -Essential historical information and background information about each of the top 20 attractions (so you can truly understand the importance of each attraction). -Full-color photos for each of the attractions (so you can see what you’re visiting before you arrive) -Maps showing the location of each attraction (the maps are easy to use and will ensure that you save time)
Fairy Travelling - a collection of informative and educational video for those who want to be free to communicate fluently in English! One of the programs: Magical journey to different countries, vivid impressions and positive emotions. Attractions, tourist destinations, hotels, restaurants, currency, phrase, etc.
Everyone wants to visit New York at least once. The Big Apple is a global tourist destination with a dizzying array of attractions throughout the five boroughs. The only problem is figuring out where to start—and that’s where the city’s tour guides come in.
Close to Holmes - A Look at the Connections Between Historical London, Sherlock Holmes and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
The London of the late nineteenth century was home to both Arthur Conan Doyle and his famous detective - Sherlock Holmes. This book looks at some of the many locations in both central and outer London that have connections to one or both of these famous names. In addition to examining the history this book also looks at some of the theories that have been woven over the years around Holmes and these locations.