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50 Travel Tips from a Local
Zakynthos Island, Greece - New Release!
I absolutely love Greece. If you've been there, chances are you do too. The problem is its popularity and overcrowded cruise ship ports that we all love, such as Santorini and Mykonos. Less frequented but equally loved, Zakynthos exudes the same magical vibrance. This guide not only introduces us to the must-sees and dos, but includes very practical tips for where to stay and shop.
Brava, Senka Lazarevic Reynolds for assembling such useful information for travelers to this memorable spot. No wonder she chose to make this her permanent home.
This book was released at the beginning of the pandemic. Believe it or not, it sold like hotcakes as travelers flocked to Key West the minute it became a covid-safe destination. Learn the ins and outs of this magical island, including its historical treasures. Whether you drive or fly to Key West, sit back, relax, listen to this book and learn. You will be delighted by hearing about both Key West's famous haunts and its little-known havens.
As a travel writer and an audiobook narrator, I applaud and endorse Sandy Shocklee, the talented author of this comprehensive and entertaining guide.
Released just in time for Croatia to open its arms to international visitors, this enticing audiobook will enlighten you with must-see's in Dubrovnik. As the star of Games of Thrones, it draws thousands of tourists to see its famous cinematatic spots. But that's not its true allure.
Dubrovnik is one of the world's most magnificent walled cities, overlooking the calm blue Adriatic. Its sheer natural beauty, combined with the splash of architectural brilliance, is a sight to behold. I am planning a third visit to this masterpiece very soon. There's so much more here than meets the eye.
I hate to admit that I've never visited this charming city, but learning about new places is one of the perks of narrating travel books! I have a very dear friend who happens to have moved there, and tells me it is as wonderful and soul-touching as it sounds.
So dig in - it's an easy trip if you're on the east coast of the USA. So much culture! I'm looking forward to experiencing this lovely Southern gem someday soon.
50 Things to Know
About Birds in Maryland
Learning about these fabulous birds is truly a hoot! Some are migratory, others are permanent residents. Each species is graced with unique sounds, feeding habits, dwelling selections, and behavior patterns, all entertaining to observe. Whether you are an avid birder or a mere lover of nature, you will be fascinated by these stunning plumed creatures.
Author Michelle Ray has done a stellar job of advising when, where, and what to see among the beautiful diversity of birds here.
Eat Like a Local
Dining in California
Who doesn’t love California? Not just the breathtaking scenery and spectacular events, but also the diversity and quality of food. My family lived there for decades and were the consummate hosts to me of culture and cuisine. So, I know first-hand that this author’s collection the best of the best was quite a feat.
California native, Aliyya Zahidi, writes authoritatively about how to treat yourself to something classy and bougee or just grab dollar tacos from a local’s favorite food truck. Bon appetite!
Dining in Sacramento, CA
How freaking convenient is it to get the inside scoop regarding dining in an unfamiliar city? Emerald Jean has done all the research, legwork, (and eating!) to point you in the right direction, depending on your culinary preferences.
This guide covers everything from coffee to cocktails. You will not be at a loss of choices based on your desires, whether family-friendly or date-night-style.
The author tosses in a few extra practical tips for travelers in Sacramento such as carrying a refillable water bottle, a camera, and a GPS.
Dining in Battle Creek, MI
Who would have thought that Battle Creek, Michigan would be a foodie's paradise?! Some people already recognize this city as the birth of cereal, thanks to John Harvey Kellogg and Charles Post. But what outsiders may not know is that you will be transported into an international world of flavor, fun, and creative culinary arts.
An avid traveler, author Sarah M M Phillips chose Battle Creek as her home for its artistic atmosphere, cultural diversity, and ample opportunities. The wide selection of amazing eateries piqued her interest as well. You'll see why.