If you are planning a Disney World vacation, you really want the Birnbaum’s Walt Disney World 2009 travel guide. This is really an insider’s guide to the “House of Mouse.” There are reviews of hotels, motels, and restaurants as well as detailed information about what not to miss. The Birnbaum’s Walt Disney World 2009 can make your Disney World more enjoyable for you and for your family.
Is a trip to Ireland in your future? You need the Eyewitness Travel Ireland travel guide by Lisa Gerard-Sharp. You’ll find descriptions of the most important sights with maps, pictures, and illustrations for seven different regions in Ireland. And this travel guide is written so that information is set in its historical and cultural background. You’ll find hotel and restaurant recommendations as well as practical information on everything from the telephone system to the transport both in the Republic and in Northern Ireland.
The warm weather and white sandy beaches of Hawaii call to all of us. But without planning, an Hawaiian vacation can be overwhelming. There’s so much more to Hawaii than beaches. There’s a dizzying array of sights and attractions to choose from. There’s a clever but simple self-test included in the No Worries Hawaii: A Vacation Planning Guide for Kauai, Oahu, Maui, and the Big Island, by Jerry and Janine Sprout. The self-test allows readers to sort through Hawaii’s assets – beaches, nightlife, trails, gardens, attractions, cultural sites, surfing, snorkeling – 36 categories in all, to determine which are important and which island is best for them.
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