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eBook 1,000 Places to See Before You Die 2012 Wall Calendar (Picture-A-Day Wall Calendars) ePub

by Patricia Schultz

eBook 1,000 Places to See Before You Die 2012 Wall Calendar (Picture-A-Day Wall Calendars) ePub
Author: Patricia Schultz
Language: English
ISBN: 0761162488
ISBN13: 978-0761162483
Publisher: Workman Publishing Company; Wal edition (July 15, 2011)
Category: Reference
Subcategory: Traveling
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 893
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ePub file: 1936 kb
Fb2 file: 1425 kb

Patricia Schultz is the author of the New York Times bestsellers 1,000 Places to See Before You Die and 1. .She also executive-produced a Travel Channel television show based on 1,000 Places to See Before You Die.

She also executive-produced a Travel Channel television show based on 1,000 Places to See Before You Die. Her home base is New York City.

Before You Die books and calendars have sold . million copies

Before You Die books and calendars have sold . million copies. Travel around the world in 365 days with Patricia Schultz as your personal tour guide. A perfect gift for travelers, readers, daydreamers.

Patricia Schultz is the author of the New York Times bestsellers 1,000 Places to See Before You Die and 1.

Anyone who tells you that it's a small world just hasn't traveled. 1,000 Places to See Before You Die curates the world for people who are passionate about travel and eager to learn more. 1,000 Places to See Before You Die Page-A-Day Calendar 2020.

Sorrow prepares you for joy. It violently sweeps everything out of your house, so that new joy can find space to enter. It shakes the yellow leaves from the bough of your heart, so that fresh, green leaves can grow in their place. It pulls up the rotten roots, so that new roots hidden beneath have room to grow. Whatever sorrow shakes from your heart, far better things will take their place.

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1,000 Places to See Before You Die Page-A-Day Calendar 2020.

1,000 Places to See Before You Die is a 2003 travel book by Patricia Schultz, published by Workman. An iPad app debuted in December 2011.

Picture-a-Day(R) Wall Calendars include hundreds of gorgeous full-color and black-and-white photographs that indulge .

Picture-a-Day(R) Wall Calendars include hundreds of gorgeous full-color and black-and-white photographs that indulge our hobbies, curiosities, and obsessions. Each month's grid includes a large image with informative text, plus additional images for nearly every day of the year. Stop dreaming and get going! An itinerary-in-photos for people who love to travel, from Patricia Schultz, author of the bestselling book of the same name.

Travel to twelve glorious destinations without leaving home. From Patricia Schultz, author of the extraordinary #1 New York Times bestselling book, 1,000 Places to See Before You Die is the top-selling Picture-A-Day wall calendar. Every month is a gorgeously photographed itinerary that will spark your sense of adventure. The waterfalls, lava cliffs, and coastal beauty of Maui’s Hana Highway. In Guatemala, the Mayan ruins of Tikal and the colonial architecture of Antigua. Plus Vietnam, the castles of Wales, Louisiana’s Cajun country, and more. Each spread features a large photograph at the top, dozens of smaller ones in the grid below, a map, and text with history and highlights.
Shistus
Last year I bought my boyfriend the England version of this calendar, and this year I bought him this one. We have been thrilled with both. We have it hanging in our kitchen and both of us love it -- we look at the pictures while we're waiting for coffee to brew, cooking dinner, making a grocery list. I also think it would be fun to cook a meal each month that is themed to the place in the pictures -- so this month it would be Chile, last month Southern France.

The photography is gorgeous and inspiring -- so much so that at a recent party some of our friends were hanging out in the kitchen and without our consent turned the page to the next month early because they wanted to see the pictures.
Sarin
Most calenders I get just sit on the wall or on my desk and I forget to turn it each month or day. This calender's been getting a bit more attention. I haven't skipped ahead because I want to see each month as it comes. Each month focuses on a different country, says a little blurb at the top with a map, and a picture for each day with a heading of where in that country it was taken. It's pleasing to the eye, I love knowing about different countries and I also love photography so this is a good calendar for me.
Kerry
Until recently I've been getting Mom calendars.. which were more focussed on making it look fun and easy to organize for each kid in the family. This year I decided to try out a different one and based on lots of reviews tried '1000 places to see before you die'.. I've got to say that Im really impressed! Beautiful pictures.. It takes up a city for each month and highlights the places to visit within a range of that city. Again, just by looking at the pictures, my list of 'places to visit' is growing faster even though my travel funds are nowhere close to knock them off!
sobolica
Picture-A-Day calendars are the best! I love having so many pictures to look at throughout the month. The 1000 Places one is my favorite because they always highlight places I wouldn't think to visit, and they show such a diversity in the culture. They also have calendars that focus on specific countries, which are great as well. The squares aren't terribly huge if you like to write in events, but they're sufficient for most people.
Mullador
i love these 'picture a day' type calendars. ive been able to find one in person for the last 5 years or so, but this year didnt see one i liked (i dont want a picture a day of ireland! i want a new place each month!). this is gorgeous, and i enjoy looking at each day as i cross it off. i only started using it since i started my afghanistan deployment, so it has been a morale booster.
Fegelv
Until you can afford to travel to all of the amazing places in these calendars (last year's was also amazing), you can settle for escaping the daily grind with the beautiful photos and the descriptions of each location. The calendar has a dominant photo for each month along with a dozen or so smaller photos sprinkled among the days. The day blocks are spacious enough to actually write in. It's my favorite calendar. If you need two calendars, the BBC World calendar is also pretty spectacular.
Zonama
I was a little hesitant to order this product because I was not sure how the calendar would look. There was only a picture of the cover and I'm a visual person so I was disappointed that no one had posted pictures of how the inside of the calendar looked. Once I got over the fact that I didn't know how the calendar would look I was extremely excited when I ordered it because the reviews were great. Once I received it I liked it but I wasn't in-love with it, the pictures weren't as great as I had hoped. Don't get me wrong some it's still an okay calendar but next year I think I'll just go with a calendar that focuses on a specific location like Italy or beaches.

P.S. I added a picture so y'all can see how the inside looks like
i really like this calendar. it has a ton of great picture in it and is fun. the only thing i wasn't expecting was that each month shows a different region of the world and each day shows a picture of that region. all this is cool except that there are only 12 months and so only 12 regions. i was really expecting a little more variety in the pictures and i would esentially be able to see the world through this calendar. you don't, you just get to see parts of it
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