Excerpt from The Economical European Guide
If you ever have the time and a small amount of money by all means take an European tour. If you see America first, the cost is great, the distances vast; the result hardly commensurate with the time and money Spent. Great natu ral beauty is common to both continents; Europe is alone in its architecture, its fine arts, its varied races and customs and its relics of antiquity. Before touring abroad read this book through the very first thing. Incur no expense for anything before doing so. It protects, directs and saves you money everywhere. It tells you how to procure free guides, maps and information, also very low railway fares, and good, low-priced, safe hotels and restaurants. It is a practical aid for those who wish to enjoy an artistic trip embracing all that is best on the continent, yet who desire to avoid unnecessary trouble and expense by using common sense methods. *its sole purpose is to benefit you. It gives the actual amounts spent on such a trip by a married couple who were experienced travelers. It is as short and valuable as possible. Yet gives all necessary information. It tells how to get much for little and a great deal for nothing.
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