Vacation travelers seeking truly unusual destinations and unforgettable experiences will find a wealth of ideas in this beautifully illustrated volume. Every experience described represents a genuine escape from the merely ordinary, whether it’s contemplating a sunset from a minimalist mountain retreat, traveling on the Nile aboard a nineteenth-century cabin cruiser, enjoying a stay in a Newfoundland lighthouse, or taking that most classic of train journeys on the Trans-Siberian railway. Some of these intensely atmospheric locations are reasonably easy to reachfor instance, the colorful Saugerties Lighthouse on the shore of New York’s Hudson River. Others, like the Hiram Bingham train, which goes to the lost Incan city of Machu Picchu, Peru, literally convey travelers to far corners of the earth. Just a few more of these many exotic travel experiences include--
Written by an international team of travel writers, critics, and globetrotters, and illustrated with more than 800 magnificent color photos, 1001 Escapes to Experience Before You Die offers inspiration for adventurous travelers and glorious dreams for all others who pick the book up for simple reading enjoyment.
|Publisher:||Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||6.70(w) x 8.40(h) x 2.40(d)|
About the Author
Helen Arnold is a journalist and editor whose articles have appeared in a wide range of magazines, including Travel Weekly, Zest, Family Circle, Essentials, Eve, Scotland on Sunday, and High Life.