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eBook Let's Go 2000: Europe: The World's Bestselling Budget Travel Series (Let's Go. Europe, 2000) ePub

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eBook Let's Go 2000: Europe: The World's Bestselling Budget Travel Series (Let's Go. Europe, 2000) ePub
Author: Let's Go Inc.
Language: English
ISBN: 0312244665
ISBN13: 978-0312244668
Publisher: Let's Go Publications; Revised edition (January 1, 2000)
Pages: 992
Category: Europe
Subcategory: Traveling
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 844
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ePub file: 1958 kb
Fb2 file: 1446 kb

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. I've travelled with Let's Go: Europe twice now, and I wouldn't use any other series. The first time I used the '98 guide, which quite frankly was not as good as Lonely Planet. But the 2000 guide has fixed those problems. USA, 2000) Paperback – January 1, 2000. by Let's Go Inc. (Author). From the Grand Canyon to the mighty Mississippi, Let's Go: USA is the ultimate road-tripper's handbook.

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Let's Go 2001: Turkey: The World's Bestselling Budget Travel Series. Why does China need a budget travel guide? By Thriftbooks. com User, May 17, 2000.

book by Let's Go In. .Brand new for 2000, Let's Go: China includes comprehensive coverage of the People's Republic, including Hong Kong, Macau, and Tibet. Let's Go 2001: Turkey: The World's Bestselling Budget Travel Series. I have been to China 5 times and on my most recent trip used this book. I've used both Fodor's and Frommer's guide before. I found this book to be the most complete and accurate of the three. Brand new for 2000, Let's Go: China includes comprehensive coverage of the People's Republic, including Hong Kong, Macau. In line with political realignments, the 779-page book includes Hong Kong and Macau, along with some nicely detailed maps for major cities. In the beginning of the book, a short introduction describes the writing process: writers are selected in the spring, trained for several months, then give seven weeks to travel in their assigned area.

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Let's Go Inc. Let's Go 2000: France: The World's Bestselling Budget Travel Series (Let's Go. France, 2000). ISBN 13: 9780312244675. ISBN 10: 0312244673 ISBN 13: 9780312244675. Publisher: Let's Go Publications, 2000.

Now in its 40th edition, Let's Go: Europe is the original traveler's handbook to the continent that produced the Roman Empire, the Renaissance, and the euro.

CHEER like an Elizabethan groundling in Shakespeare's Globe Theatre for $12.

FEAST on tapas and sangria to the beat of Flamenco dancers for $7.

SOAK in a Turkish bath and try your hand at haggling at the Grand Bazaar for $4.

Ynye
Let's Go is the college student classic. Without a doubt, if you are looking simply to party Europe, this is your most helpful tool. But if you are looking to experience Europe, understand that Let's Go is the most popular European travel guide. Virtually EVERYONE has it. This fact does have its advantages: you will never be far from the American crowd. But the disadvantages are the same: the bars, the clubs, the hostels and resturants are all on the Let's Go circuit.
In all, my recomendation is to buy the Lonely Planet guidebook that I found much more informative and better written. You can better avoid the American Party crowd when you feel like it, and when you want to partake in the happenings - don't worry they are easy to find.
The other advantage of everyone having Let's Go would be that it can be found almost everywhere (hostel bookshelves, your roommate's backpack) and you will not have any trouble borrowing it for a while. Lonley Planet offers a slightly different perspective, and allows you to more fully enjoy your trip abroad.
Hellblade
Let's Go was an invaluable part of our trip to Europe. It has a lot of countries you probably wont be visiting, so the weight of the book can seem daunting at times. It's defiantly not a pocket guide, but it does a great job of listing where to sleep, eat and have fun in each city. I would say it doesn't offer much commentary or advice on the actual sites (get an Eyewitness guide for that) but is essential for it's hostel/hotel listings. The information was very accurate (although the prices have gone up a little) and the transit time information was great for planning an itinerary ahead of time. As far as overall resourcefulness, I would say it beat Rick Steve's, Eyewitness and Lonely Planet. It's also oriented towards people who want to have fun and is the best guide for nightlife listings.
Bu
Well, they say that Let's Go is the Bible of the Budget Traveller, and that's certainly proved true in the latest edition of Let's Go: Europe. I've travelled with Let's Go: Europe twice now, and I wouldn't use any other series. The first time I used the '98 guide, which quite frankly was not as good as Lonely Planet. But the 2000 guide has fixed those problems. They certainly know the budget travel spots, always looking out for students like myself who don't have too much cash. Let's Go: Europe includes helpful hints on the cultural quirks of each destination. For the youthful traveller looking to have fun, Let's Go is the guidebook to pick.
Purestone
Let's Go covers EVERYTHING you could possibly want to know, and it does it in a realistic manner. The information is real straight-forward-here is where you will find out the cleanest hotels to stay in, the tourist attractions that are over-rated,and where to eat for $5. Plus, it covers all of the European countries and the major cities in each. It also has the weirdest hard to find info of any travel book, like gay-and-lesbian nightlife, maps of each city, and what the locals suggest you do.
Jonariara
I went to europe knowing nothing. i had a little money in my pocket, a backpack on my back and a let's go clutched in my hands and i had a blast. no need for lonely planet or rick steves if you're on a real budget. they recommend enough places to stay that we always had somewhere to sleep, they included vegetarian restaurants which was awesome. overall, it was my bible while i was there!
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