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The Savvy Backpacker's Guide to Europe on a Budget - Advice on Trip Planning Packing Hostels & Lodging Transportation & More! - cover

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The Savvy Backpacker's Guide to Europe on a Budget - Advice on Trip Planning Packing Hostels & Lodging Transportation & More!

James Feess

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing

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A comprehensive guide to backpacking through Europe.
Available since: 02/24/2015.

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