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eBook Let's Go 2005 Greece (Let's Go Travel Guide) ePub

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eBook Let's Go 2005 Greece (Let's Go Travel Guide) ePub
Author: Let's Go Inc.
Language: English
ISBN: 0312335490
ISBN13: 978-0312335496
Publisher: Let's Go Publications (December 13, 2004)
Pages: 656
Category: Europe
Subcategory: Traveling
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 788
Formats: lrf lit txt lrf
ePub file: 1582 kb
Fb2 file: 1994 kb

Let's Go was founded in 1960 and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts

Let's Go was founded in 1960 and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The first Let's Go guide was a 25-page mimeographed pamphlet put together by 18-year-old Harvard freshman Oliver Koppell and handed out on student charter flights to Europe. com, while publishing 22 titles and a new line of mini map guides.

Let's Go's forty-five years of travel savvy give you all the know-how you need to navigate Italy's hotspots.

Completely revised and updated,Let's Go: Greeceis your insider's guide to this stunning destination

Completely revised and updated,Let's Go: Greeceis your insider's guide to this stunning destination. Our forty-five years of travel savvy deliver classical Greece, from the geometric perfection of the Parthenon to the ancient oracle of Delphi, while providing the practical know-how to get there, get around, and get busy.

Completely revised and updated, Let's Go: Greece is your insider's guide to this stunning destination

Completely revised and updated, Let's Go: Greece is your insider's guide to this stunning destination.

Let's Go continued expanding as it added further European titles as well as a new, permanent book on domestic travel

Let's Go continued expanding as it added further European titles as well as a new, permanent book on domestic travel. In 1982, Let's Go signed a contract with new publisher St. Martin's Press to publish its roster of six titles. By 1985, Let's Go was publishing 10 books a year, including Let's Go: Mexico, the first new title not written from previously existing content.

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Completely revised and updated, Let's Go: Greece is your insider's guide to this stunning destination. Our forty-five years of travel savvy deliver classical Greece, from the geometric perfection of the Parthenon to the ancient oracle of Delphi, while providing the practical know-how to get there, get around, and get busy. This revamped edition features coverage of new islands, new ancient sites, new parks, new daytrips, and new towns, as well as extensive new listings, bringing you the freshest and least-touristed Greece has to offer. Comprehensive information on archaeological sites, museums, and current events keeps you in the know. So, whether your tastes turn to wandering one of the world's only petrified forests or splashing in the majestic waters of Balos's blue lagoon, Let's Go can take you there.
ZloyGenii
I spent two wks in Europe with a different guide book (Rick Steve's) and found that book very helpful. Unfortunately, my two wks in Greece using "Let's Go" were terrible (so bad, in fact, that I tried unsuccessfully to get a flight home ten days early). I don't believe that the authors actually traveled to all the small island towns they described. The rates they reported for Evia and Andros Island were double what they really were (despite the fact that I used the 2005 edition for travel during July/Aug 2005), they described a town as "sprawling and modern" when it wasn't even close to that (it was described instead on a Greek website as "what Athens was 20yrs ago"--meaning NOT modern), maps were not detailed enough, and there wasn't a personal touch to the recs they made for hotels/restaurants (it seemed that they randomly chose a few places but did not try many places and then list the BEST options for the price--as Rick Steves did). In addition, they used overly extravagant, and thus, inaccurate, descriptions to describe the beaches. The beaches of the Andros/Evia islands have their own charm, but they are not "beautiful" (other than the clear water, the beaches are very small and often rocky). I suspect that the writers got a lot of their info from internet research rather than personal experience; or, their travel experiences may be so narrow that they have no points of comparison for their descriptions. In addition, this guide book was written solely by non-minority travelers; and though there is a small paragraph describing some Greeks' negative attitudes toward minorities, it significantly minimizes this. I have traveled extensively throughout Europe, Asia and the U.S. and never have I experience the consistent, blantant racism that I did in Greece. To have no writers of ethnicity paints a narrow and inaccurate portrait of the serious problems of traveling through Greece as a person of ethnicity. In addition, I met other backpackers during my four wks of travel who also expressed disatisfaction/frustration with the "Let's Go" series of travel guides.
Blackbrand
Let's Go 2005 Greece, was by far the best guide book that me and my father had brought with us to our recent 3 week trip to Greece. No matter where we went, we always had that book with us. I would actually rate this book a 4.9 if I could - since there are only a certain number of towns, hotels, restaurants, sights, bars, and other things that the writers can submit in to one single book - I found that there were so many other great things in Greece besides the things that they had listed. I had searched high and low for the best Greece guide so that my trip would be unforgetable - I ended up with this book and now that I'm back, I don't regret my choice at all! It was amazing!

For all of my future trips, I will look to Let's Go before any other guide book series!

(By the way, the things that they suggest are for all ages! I'm 17 and my dad is 57)
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