Join us on a literary world trip!
Add this book to bookshelf
Grey
Write a new comment Default profile 50px
Grey
Subscribe to read the full book or read the first pages for free!
All characters reduced
Patagonia Travel Guide 2023-2024 - cover

Patagonia Travel Guide 2023-2024

Gerardo Bartolomé

Publisher: Ediciones Históricas

  • 0
  • 0
  • 0

Summary

An updated travel guide, written by locals, thought out to be an important tool to plan a trip to Patagonia. Includes different ideas, combinations and itineraries according to the traveler's available time and budget as well as thorough useful information in addition to more than 90 inspiring photos and more than 40 incredible 360 pictures that take you to each place before actually going there. 
A "must" to start an unforgettable trip with an unforgettable planning experience.
Available since: 06/01/2023.
Print length: 178 pages.

Other books that might interest you

  • A Chick in the Cockpit - A Life Up in the Air - cover

    A Chick in the Cockpit - A Life...

    Erika Armstrong

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    In the high stakes, ego-driven world of aviation, this is an extraordinary best-selling true story of how a level-headed, self-deprecating woman with an aviation addiction finds herself in jail, her baby ripped from her arms, her piloting career taken away, and every feasible exit leading to a very dark place...
    Show book
  • A Short History of Russia - How the World's Largest Country Invented Itself from the Pagans to Putin - cover

    A Short History of Russia - How...

    Mark Galeotti

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    A Library Journal 2020 Title to Watch"Terrific - and an amazing achievement to cover so much ground in such a short and wonderfully readable book." -Peter Frankopan, bestselling author of The Silk Roads Russia’s epic and dramatic story told in an accessible, lively and short form, using the country's fascinating history to illuminate its future. A country with no natural borders, no single ethnic group, no true central identity, Russia has mythologized its past to unite its people and to signal strength to outsiders. Mark Galeotti takes us behind the myths to the heart of the Russian story:the formation of a nation through its early legends including Ivan the Terrible and Catherine the Greatthe rise and fall of the Romanovs, the Russian Revolution, the Cold War, Chernobyl and the Soviet Unionthe arrival of an obscure politician named Vladimir Putin.A Short History of Russia explores the history of this fascinating, glorious, desperate and exasperating country through two intertwined issues: the way successive influences from beyond its borders have shaped Russia, and the way Russians came to terms with this influence, writing and rewriting their past to understand their present and try to influence their future. In turn, this self-invented history has come to affect not just their constant nation-building project but also their relations with the world.
    Show book
  • Walden - cover

    Walden

    Henry David Thoreau

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    Originally published in 1854, Walden; or, Life in the Woods, is a vivid account of the time that Henry D. Thoreau lived alone in a secluded cabin at Walden Pond. It is one of the most influential and compelling books in American literature. This new paperback edition-introduced by noted American writer John Updike-celebrates the 150th anniversary of this classic work. Much of Walden's material is derived from Thoreau's journals and contains such engaging pieces as "Reading" and "The Pond in the Winter" Other famous sections involve Thoreau's visits with a Canadian woodcutter and with an Irish family, a trip to Concord, and a description of his bean field. This is the complete and authoritative text of Walden-as close to Thoreau's original intention as all available evidence allows. For the student and for the general reader, this is the ideal presentation of Thoreau's great document of social criticism and dissent.
    Show book
  • Art of Singing - cover

    Art of Singing

    Enrico Caruso

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    Two of opera's greatest names offer encouragement and useful advice to aspiring singers in this classic guide.  
    Tenor Enrico Caruso and coloratura soprano Luisa Tetrazzini employ nontechnical terms to provide an informal vocalist's anatomy, with instructions for the proper training, care, and disposition of the tongue, lungs, diaphragm, mouth, and the voice itself. 
    Tetrazzini deals with the foundations of singing in breath control; tone emission and attack; and, sending aspiring performers to the mirror, facial expression and dress. Caruso remarks on tone production; such faults as the "white voice" and "goat voice"; the necessity of good diction; the role of diet; and the part superstition plays in certain singers' performances. These consummate artists show great charm and presence as writers, and this little book is a great pleasure to listen to.
    Show book
  • Famous Last Words - Confessions Humour and Bravery of the Departing - cover

    Famous Last Words - Confessions...

    Chris Wood

    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    One last thing before I go . . . True stories of doomed figures from British history—and what they announced to the world as the Grim Reaper drew near.   Nothing focuses the mind more starkly than impending death. In this book, you can mount the scaffold and share in the final utterings of the condemned, and join the stricken in their deathbeds as their deeply entrenched secrets are finally unshackled.  Famous Last Words collects a fascinating selection of destinies, culminating in their often flamboyant, always captivating comments just before they shuffled off this mortal coil. Revealed inside are tales of sangfroid bravery, astonishing ironies, and overdue confessions often betraying grave miscarriages of justice. Writer and poet Sir Walter Raleigh had some typically forthright and goading words for his executioner as the hesitant axeman displayed fear and reluctance to perform his stately duties. The final words of convicted murderer Ernest Brown may have been a candid confession to another killing he had committed deep in the Northumberland Moors some two years previously. And what of Britain’s first actor to have had a knighthood bestowed upon him? Discover the staggering irony that saw his final words on stage prophetically turn out to be his last in life . . .
    Show book
  • Coast to Coast Cookery - cover

    Coast to Coast Cookery

    Marian Tracy

    • 2
    • 2
    • 0
    An assortment of recipes from across the United States from Hawaii to Vermont, as well as scrumptious bites of American culinary history. 
     
    In Coast to Coast Cookery, editor Marian Tracy showcases a diverse collection of regional American recipes. From Indiana Steamed Persimmon Pudding to Hawaiian Curry, Ohio Maple Dumplings, and Pennsylvanian Fishhouse Punch (famously used in toasts to George Washington’s memory), these midcentury recipes marry the many different cultural backgrounds that compose America. Regular staples such as apple pie and casseroles make an appearance alongside more exotic finds such as Cannibal Appetizers from Illinois or Watermelon Rind Pickle from Georgia. Older recipes like Florida Roast Opossum or Pennsylvania Snapper Stew are intermingled with more recent ones, and stories such as how hush puppies earned their names or what kind of woman inspired the “Anna, damn her” bread are interspersed throughout the collection. A mouth-watering foray into the world of American culinary flair, Coast to Coast Cookery delivers unique recipes from more than 40 American states and regions.
    Show book