Recent Examples of guidebook from the Web
Tony’s is in all the guidebooks and, in the summer, the tourists line for a taste of the city.
Deep in the valley, at local favorite Andy's Sandwiches and Smoothies, flip-flop-shod students wait alongside guidebook-toting tourists and professors from the nearby University of Hawaii for ahi-and-avocado sandwiches and coconut-papaya smoothies.
Of course, the fact that most of the other guidebooks went away meant that there was only one dinosaur left standing—Michelin.
Local guidebooks say that travelers have three choices to climb to Ravello from Minori.
Erin Kirkland is author of the Alaska On the Go guidebooks and publishes AKontheGO.com, a family travel and outdoor recreation website.
Plenty of guidebooks and websites exist for picking a college, but by comparison, relatively few resources exist to guide students in choosing a major.
Think of it as a guidebook for bringing people together, one meal at a time.
But there are many amazing things to do in Armenia beyond the usual guidebook highlights.
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