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This review is from: 1000 Places to See Before You Die (Paperback)
This book lives on my coffee table, and everyone who sees it is immediately drawn to it. We start by looking up places we've been, thenplaces we're going to soon, then places we've always wanted to go to. Itsparks off endless conversations and shared wish-lists. Comprehensiveenough, with an American bias (it is compiled by an American, and the USgets a large chunk of the book), there is a small blurb on each placelisted which is often tantalisingly brief.