Lonely Planet Spain, 8th Editionby Anthony Ham
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“Windswept Roman ruins, cathedrals of rare power and incomparable jewels of Islamic architecture speak of a country where the great civilizations have risen, fallen and left behind their indelible mark.” – Anthony Ham, Lonely Planet Author
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Inside This Book…
130 tapas bars reviewed
280 days of research
560 orders of café solo
Inspirational photos In-depth background Pull-out city map
3D plans of iconic sights At-a-glance practical info Easy-to-read layout
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The latest Lonely Planet book on Spain is much more in depth than earlier editions. I own the 2010 edition in paperback and bought the 2012 edition for my Nook (and app on Android). Unfortunately, the 1600-plus pages packed with terrific information are extremely difficult to access on my Nook Color. I'll go to the index, find an area to search for points of interest and accommodations, and end up waiting up to five minutes for the Nook Color to slug through the pictures and pages to get there. And using the Nook app on my Samsung Galaxy SII Skyrocket doesn't help, either. It's just too many pictures and pages for these applications/Nook hardware to satisfactorily handle. It's a great book, full of terrific references and tips--just buy the analog--paperback--version and you'll be well pleased!
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