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Footprint South American Handbook by Ben Box

Footprint South American Handbook

by Ben Box

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A reliable, succinct, authoritative guide.
  LASC | Nov 2, 2012 |
This would be a great reference for the Spanish classroom to spark interest in traveling to a foreign country.
  uncletony5295 | Sep 27, 2010 |
Great guidebook - never let me down. I like their maps better than in Lonely Planet too. ( )
  farflungfish | Dec 13, 2006 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 084424984X, Paperback)

This award-winning travel series has been capturing worldwide attention and admiration for 76 years since the publication of the now-legendary South American Handbook. The authors are all experts who have lived or worked in the countries they write about, and their prose will inspire readers to enjoy these places as much as they do.

Footprint Handbooks are packed with up to 1,700 pages of up-to-date information for travelers, including highlights of virtually every town and site, money-saving tips, advice on staying healthy, and anecdotes on local history, culture, customs, and etiquette.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:43:52 -0400)

TRAVEL & HOLIDAY GUIDES. "The South American Handbook" is a legend in travel guide publishing. The one-and-only 'Travellers' Bible', has had its annual overhaul, giving you a comprehensive update of everything you ever needed to know about how to discover this fascinating continent. The new 85th edition is unparalleled in its depth of coverage and takes independent travellers away from the well-trodden 'Gringo Trail', off into the wilds of the Andes, up the Amazon River, or onto deserted beaches.It is known as 'the bible' for travel in South America. Fascinating cultural and historical insights to every country are covered. It provides accommodation listings to suit all budgets, from colonial hacienda's to humble beach huts. It includes detailed listings of each country's many fiestas. It is light-weight, durable and annually updated to provide the most up-to-the-minute information available.… (more)

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