Where the Locals Go

More Than 300 Places Around the World to Eat, Play, Shop, Celebrate, and Relax

Author: N.A

Publisher: National Geographic Books

ISBN: 1426211945

Category: Travel

Page: 287

View: 7302

Offering a unique look at the places and activities around the world that are enjoyed by locals, this must-have travel resource shows readers how to immerse themselves in the local culture no matter where they are for a more rewarding and memorable experience. Original.

Where the Locals Eat


Author: Pat Embry,Rachel Lawson

Publisher: Where The Locals Eat

ISBN: 1928622089

Category: Travel

Page: 204

View: 7074

Compiled by the editors and researchers of Brentwood, Tennessee-based Magellan Press, the pocket-sized, 204-page Where the Locals Eat: Nashville features reviews of more than 340 of Music City's long-time favorite restaurants, new discoveries and best-kept secrets, from Southern meat-and-threes and hot chicken shacks to the finest steakhouses and American Contemporary hot spots.

Balancing Act

Twenty-one Strategic Dilemmas in Cultural Policy

Author: François Matarasso,Charles Landry

Publisher: Council of Europe

ISBN: 9789287138620

Category: Europe

Page: 61

View: 2377



Author: Enrico Massetti

Publisher: Enrico Massetti Publishing

ISBN: 1312898666

Category: Travel

Page: 82

View: 4368

David Herbert Lawrence, the famous English writer, loved Italy. He traveled through it far and wide, often on foot. Sardinia inspired him, and he dedicated his excellent book to it, "Sea and Sardinia," where he wrote: "Sardinia is left outside of time and history." Of course, nowhere is left outside of time and history. However, Lawrence's affirmation has an absolute "poetic" truth, which captures and sums up a sensation which unites everyone who goes to Sardinia. The feeling of finding oneself in a region where the stunning beauty of nature, the limpid waters of the sea, the reserved and genuine character of the people, the exquisiteness of the many typical dishes, the ancient traditions, and the various expressions of Sardinian culture, will never change. In spite of the twists and turns of history, and in spite of the passing of time. The Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Arabs, Byzantines, and Spanish all arrived in this beautiful island: Sardinia assimilated and reinterpreted all these different influences, integrated them into its own culture, but did not allow its heart, its profound way of feeling, to be touched or changed. This is a guide for a visit to Sardinia lasting ten days to two weeks. The itinerary starts from Olbia, on the Costa Smeralda, and then touches La Maddalena, Porto Torres, Sassari, Alghero, Macomer and its nuraghi, Oristano, Iglesias, Cagliari, Sorgono, Nuoro and Orosei. There are descriptions and photos of the attractions and description of the best beaches that are near the locations being described. Cuisine and several recipes in Sardinia are covered. It has information on how to get to Sardinia by either air or by a ferry service. It contains reviews on many restaurants in the towns covered by the guide. The guide is organized in a circular fashion; you can start from Olbia or from any other city where you can arrive via air or ferry. P { margin-bottom: 0.08in; }

Food Lovers' Guide to® Miami & Fort Lauderdale

The Best Restaurants, Markets & Local Culinary Offerings

Author: Christine Najac

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 0762775807

Category: Travel

Page: 368

View: 6786

Two very different cities. One book. Food is a culture unto itself in Miami, whether it’s Cuban, Italian, burgers, sushi, or steak. The diverse food scene in Miami is simply magical. Fort Lauderdale’s vast culinary landscape is steeped in tradition and the dining scene is vibrant. In Food Lovers’ Guide to Miami & Fort Lauderdale, seasoned food writer Christine Najac shares the inside scoop on the best places to find, enjoy, and celebrate these culinary treasures. A bounty of mouthwatering delights awaits you in this engagingly written guide. With delectable recipes from the renowned kitchens of the city’s iconic eateries, diners, and elegant dining rooms, Food Lovers’ Guide to Miami & Fort Lauderdale is the ultimate resource for food lovers to use and savor. Inside you’ll find: Favorite restaurants • Top waterfront dining and the best hotel cuisine • Specialty food stores, markets, and food trucks • Farmers markets and farm stands • Food festivals and culinary events • Recipes from top Miami & Fort Lauderdale chefs • Cocktails, cafes, taverns, and wine bars • Cooking classes and wine courses • Local food lore and kitchen wisdom

The Hotel Lincoln

Author: Zephyros Major

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595486185

Category: Fiction

Page: 160

View: 7245

With Cuba on the cusp of change, a young American arrives. Gabrel Sourdough looks like a turista, but behaves like a man with more than souvenirs on his mind. His suspicious timing rejuvenates the ailing, paranoid Comandante. His odd movements launch rusty spies back into opposition. His desires expose the shady lives of a crafty old boxer and a desperate young girl, threatening their fragile survival. As the islanders search for clues to the mysterious traveler's purpose, questions about their own motivations emerge.

Eat Goulash and Enjoy Beer in Prague Like a Local

Author: Roman Jelinek

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781497459427

Category: Travel

Page: 118

View: 7929

You Do Not Need To Be Stuck In Tourist Traps. Experience the Real Prague, Go Where The Locals Go Prague is visited by millions of tourists every year. Few tourist realize that just a block away from the tourist traps are where the locals eat, drink and live. Imagine walking a block down a cobbled street and entering a completely different Prague. Away from the crowds of tourist. Away from the tour groups, clicking cameras and tacky gift shops. The book will teach you everything you need to know to go where the locals go: how do I know a good restaurant from a not so good restaurant? how do I get there via the metro, tram, bus, or taxi? how do I read the menu? what kind of food will they serve? how do I communicate with the waiter? should I be scared of locals? why should a man always walk into a restaurant first? Besides helping you getting away from the tourist and experience the real Prague, this book will save you money. In a restaurant catering to tourists a pint of beer costs 100 CZK ($5.50 USD), a block away at a local restaurant the exactly same beer costs 26 CZK ($1.40 USD). Here is what's in the book: ---What Do You Feel Like Eating -Meat, Sauce, Dumpling -Breaded and Deep Fried -Reading The Menu ---What Type Of Restaurant Do You Want -The Service Curse Of A Communist Restaurant -Beer Signs Tell You Where and What -Pilsner Urquell, Gambrinus - A Place To Eat A Good Meal With Quality Service and Ambiance -Krušovice, Kozel, Radegast, Budvar - A Place To Drink Beer, Smoke and Chat With 'Professional' Drinkers -Tourist Places To Avoid Eating And Drinking ---How To Get To The Restaurant -You Need A Public Transit Ticket -You Need To Validate Your Ticket -Take The Metro -Take The Tram -Do not Take The Bus -Take A Taxi -Walk ---Your At The Restaurant -Guy Enters A Bar... -Order A Beer -Water Is Not Free -Your Knife And Fork Speak To The Waiter -Zaplatíme (Ready To Pay) ---How To Talk To A Waiter That Does Not Understand English

Creating New Markets in the Digital Economy

Author: Irene C. L. Ng

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1107049350

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 260

View: 4150

This book provides practical advice to help readers innovate and identify new business models, products and services within the connected digital economy.

The White Fox of Withersrush Moor

And the Smokebelcher's of Gristle Farm

Author: Seán Frain

Publisher: Tideline Books/Tideline Publ

ISBN: 0955217903


Page: 160

View: 3993


Fodor's Provence & the French Riviera

with Paris

Author: Fodor's

Publisher: Fodor's Travel

ISBN: 0307928497

Category: Travel

Page: 456

View: 9439

Get inspired and plan your next trip with Fodor’s ebook travel guide to Provence & the French Riviera (including the Alpilles, Arles, Marseille, and the Central Coast, with highlights in between). Intelligent Planning: Discover all of the essential, up-to-date travel insights you expect in a Fodor’s guide, including Fodor’s Choice dining and lodging, top experiences and attractions, and detailed planning advice. Easy Navigation for E-Readers: Whether you’re reading this ebook from start to finish or jumping from chapter to chapter as you develop your itinerary, Fodor’s makes it easy to find the information you need with a single touch. In addition to a traditional main table of contents for the ebook, each chapter opens with its own table of contents, making it easy to browse. Full-Color Photos and Maps: It’s hard not to fall in love with Provence & the French Riviera as you flip through a vivid full-color photo album. Explore the layout of city centers and popular neighborhoods with easy-to-read full-color maps. Plus get an overview of French geography with the convenient atlas at the end of the ebook. What’s Covered? Get to Know Provence & the French Riviera: Famed for its Lavender Route, the honey-gold hill towns of the Luberon, and vibrant cities like Aix and Marseilles, Provence was dazzlingly abstracted in geometric daubs of paint by van Gogh and Cézanne. Still haunted by the genius of van Gogh, Arles remains fiercely Provençal and is famed for its folklore events. The spiky Alpilles mountains guard treasures like les Bauz-de-Provence: be bewitched by its ville morte (dead town) and luxurious l’Oustau de la Baumanière inn. Avignon and the Vaucluse are the heart of Provençal delights. Presided over by its medieval Palais des Papes, Avignon is an ideal gateway for exploring the nearby Roman ruins of Orange. About 10 miles east of Avignon is the Sorgue Valley, where everybody goes “flea”-ing in the famous antiques market at l’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue. For one day, join all those fashionable folk for whom café squatting, people watching, and boutique shopping are a way of life in Aix-en-Provence (one of France’s 10 richest towns). Enjoy the elegant 18th-century streets, then track the spirit of Cézanne at his famous studio and nearby Mont Ste-Victoire. Head south to become a Calanques castaway before diving into Marseille, one of France’s most vibrant and colorful cities. The French Riviera can supply the visitor with everything his heart desires—and his purse can stand. Home to sophisticated resorts beloved by billionaires, remote hill villages colonized by artists, Mediterranean beaches, and magnificent views, the Côte d’Azur stretches from Marseille to Menton. Thrust out like two gigantic arms, divided by the Valley of the Var at Nice, the Alpes-Maritime peaks protect the length of that favored coast from St-Tropez to the Italian frontier. Note: This ebook edition is adapted from Fodor's Provence & the French Riviera, 9th Edition but differs in some content. Additionally, the ebook edition includes photographs and maps that will appear on black-and-white devices but are optimized for devices that support full-color images.

100 Places in Italy Every Woman Should Go

Author: Susan Van Allen

Publisher: Travelers' Tales

ISBN: 193236188X

Category: Travel

Page: 456

View: 5256

Imagine creating your Italian dream vacation with a fun-loving savvy traveler girlfriend whispering in your ear. Go along with writer Susan Van Allen on a femme-friendly ride up and down the boot, to explore this extraordinarily enchanting country where Venus (Vixen Goddess of Love and Beauty) and The Madonna (Nurturing Mother of Compassion) reign side-by-side. With humor, passion, and practical details, this uniquely anecdotal guidebook will enrich your Italian days. Enjoy masterpieces of art that glorify womanly curves, join a cooking class taught by revered grandmas, shop for ceramics, ski in the Dolomites, or paint a Tuscan landscape. Make your vacation a string of Golden Days, by pairing your experience with the very best restaurant nearby, so sensual pleasures harmonize and you simply bask in the glow of bell’Italia. Whatever your mood or budget, whether it’s your first or your twenty-first visit, with 100 Places in Italy Every Woman Should Go, Italy opens her heart to you.

Ghost Story True or False

A book from a real ghost hunter

Author: Michael Schneider

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781452047225

Category: Fiction

Page: 92

View: 2680

I found myself having paranormal experiences. For a long time I thought I was crazy till I took a picture and saw a shadow in the back ground. So I went round other location locations to see if I can find other images of ghosts. To my surprise there was lots of images that had weird stuff in them. I now believe there are thing out there that have not been explain and I will keep looking for the answers! In this book I have put some true stories in and some false stories. See if you can find out the true or the false without looking in the back of the book.

Clamor of the Lake

Author: Mohamed El-Bisatie

Publisher: American Univ in Cairo Press

ISBN: 9789774162411

Category: Fiction

Page: 142

View: 8758

"Clamor of the Lake begins with the appearance of an old fisherman of unknown origin sailing a black boat. Taciturn and enigmatic, he takes on a woman and her twin boys. While he gives away nothing about his past, his undemanding companionship prompts the woman to narrate her turbulent life. Meanwhile, in a nearby village by the lake, Gomaa and his wife have found respite from the dreariness of their existence in the fantastic objects the sea churns up during gales-a sword, alluring panties, a talisman. But when the waves cast up a chest that speaks in a language no one can comprehend, Gomaa is haunted by its voice. As the tumult of the lake drives a wedge between the couple, it turns two neighbors into close allies: Karawia, a café proprietor, and Afifi, a grocer. Eventually, they too will be haunted by the siren song of the lake. In Mohamed El-Bisatie's lyrical novel, the stories of these various figures converge on the mercurial presence of the lake, which in the end proves the narrative's true hero. An accomplished experiment in the poetics of space, Clamor of the Lake won the 1995 Cairo International Book Fair Award for Best Novel of the Year. "--Publisher description.

Explorer's Guide Jersey Shore: Atlantic City to Cape May: A Great Destination (Second Edition)

Author: Jen A. Miller

Publisher: The Countryman Press

ISBN: 1581578733

Category: Travel

Page: 208

View: 9290

Expert coverage of the distinctive 47 miles of southern New Jersey shore region, from Atlantic City to Cape May. Featuring expert coverage of the distinctive New Jersey shore region, from Atlantic City to Cape May. Jen Miller uncovers the fast-paced excitement that is Atlantic City, catering to visitors who are captivated by casino gambling, world-class entertainment, and nonstop nightlife. In addition, this upbeat guide includes Cape May information for bird-watchers, beachgoers, and fans of Victoriana: tour the town by trolley, enjoy culinary delights from crabcakes to international cuisine, or simply relax by the ocean. Finally, the ultimate Jersey Shore getaway—the Wildwoods—tempts with saltwater taffy, funnel cakes, fresh breezes, and countless other delicacies.

Education Policy and Social Class

The Selected Works of Stephen J. Ball

Author: Stephen J. Ball

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415363983

Category: Education

Page: 290

View: 3798

This book brings together in one place Stephen Ball's key writings. Drawing on over 20 years' work, Professor Ball has selected his most seminal work - from education policy and sociology to his work on education and social class.