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Lonely Planet's Best in Travel 2014 (Lonely Planet Best in Travel) Paperback – 25 Oct 2013
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Alaskan Apple Users Group Blog, November 26, 2013 Over 35 events, in 200 pages that help you plan, dream, and pack your bags. Well written, and thought out. Examiner.com, November 8, 2013 No matter whether you are looking for mountain biking (Avoriaz France is the top choice), cycling (Mexico, New Zealand), walking, beachcombing or sightseeing, this book will whet your appetite. Reader s Digest Canada, November 2013 The new Lonely Planet "Best in Travel 2014" offers gorgeous photography alongside listings of the years top countries, regions and cities (our own Vancouver made the cut), plus events guides, offbeat and themed travel ideas and more. Glam, October 29, 2013 The must-have book for jet setters around the globe highlights the world s top destinations for 2014. . . . With gorgeous photos to accompany each write-up, and information proving unique, easy-to-read, and brilliantly insightful, prepare to get the travel itch like never before. "
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After this there are ten top regions such as The Kimberleys, Sikkim, and Victoria Falls (back in business!)
"Top ten cities" is followed by general top travel lists such as best for families, honeymooners, adventure, beaches etc.
This is a gem for the avid traveller, the suggestions are inspired and the photography just makes me want to pack up and rush off - those quartzite spires in Wulingyuan! The waterfalls of Macedonia...the beaches of Tonga!
It's all presented in Lonely Planets informal style, replete with decent colour photographs and snippets of interesting information. So, whilst I was initially dubious of the value of the guide, by the end of reading I was looking at destinations I might not have considered previously. Not a bad effort at all.
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