Recent Examples of guidebook from the Web
The Associated Press asked Pauline Frommer of Frommers.com and the Frommer travel guidebook series for advice.
Erin Kirkland is author of the Alaska On the Go guidebook series and publishes AKontheGO.com, a website dedicated to family travel and outdoor recreation in Alaska.
The Times analyzed the eight-page guidebook issued by Amazon and compared it with data from 50 metro areas in the U.S.
But yesterday's hip neighborhood can quickly become today's tourist trap, so travel guidebook publisher Lonely Planet consulted its local writers to name up-and-coming urban areas in the U.S. and the world.
In a few years, Schläppi intends to publish a guidebook and videos on rice cultivation in Wisconsin.
In the lobby, find climbing magazines and adventure guidebooks, plus a pocket store that sells such essentials as chalk bags, sweatbands and Beta balm.
The most recent entry into his aspirational lifestyle is The Tiny Mess, a cookbook/guidebook/photo album by Trevor and Maddie Gordon, who live on a sailboat that's frequently at sea, and Mary Gonzalez, who calls an California avocado farm home.
Participating authors will sell and sign their novels, children’s books, memoirs, cookbooks, guidebooks, nonfiction books and more, all of which relate to the natural world in some way.
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