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Since early this April Brugal, Dominican rum, gives from his web page guide books of the Dominican Republic (yes, yes, free). I have been fortunate to be among the first to receive my guide courtesy of Brugal and the truth is that I love, not because it is a tourist guide to the use, it is an experience in itself.

Nothing else out of the package I was surprised by its cover, and is reminiscent of the books sold in the fairs of old book (and that I love), en color beige y con relieve. But when I opened the surprise was even greater: all color pages, full of photos and drawings, without even margins to soak in the Dominican Republic while reading much easier. And for a more accurate description, what better than that contained within the guide, Huh?: Read the rest of this entry »

“The essential for traveling with kids by Spain Guide contains all the keys to make a trip with children an unforgettable experience. A guide stimula fantasy and surprise young adults leading them to scenarios legend. Includes hundreds of tracks to make the most of the routes, enjoy fun city, great places, evocative theme parks and natural areas.”

This travel guide, de Editorial Everest (2001), is all you need if you want the little ones have fun while learning new things traveling. The guide is based on 9 attractions for children containing the destinations: nature, tales and legends, curiosities, Theme parks and attractions, Zoos, gardens and parks, curious monuments and museums, exciting excursions, activities and lodging. Read the rest of this entry »

A few days ago I found this in a library travel guide, as “magic” es mis favorite adjectives, I took it home hoping to discover great places in it, Precious, Special. And the truth is that after you read it to me whole I feel a little cheated. No me malinterpreteis, This guide does contain corner of Castilla y León very deserving of being visited, I simply had not defined as “Magic”.

I've been looking online guide trying to figure out your price, but I could not find. Yes Will you animaros también the buscarla, is part of a collection of Library La Posada and the Castile and Leon del Duero entitled Guidelines published in 2008. Read the rest of this entry »

“This guide covers not only small populations with monuments of great historical and artistic value, well preserved but especially those locations that best represent the traits and the old ways of life in their county or region.

Every review, along with a detailed description of the monuments, the history and characteristics of the people, provides updated information on:

  • Location and access.
  • Population.
  • Offer local products.
  • Gastronomy.
  • Fiestas and traditions.
  • Best season to visit.
  • Best seen.
  • Tourist Phones.
  • Recommended visits.
  • Environment Area.
  • Accommodation and restaurants. Read the rest of this entry »

The other day I found by chance this guide, and after take a look, I thought it would be interesting to dedicate a blog post, as it proposes different romantic accommodation to which we can go, well as suggest various activities taking place therein.

As indicated in ña cover, The guide includes a selection of the most romantic accommodation, with photos of houses, road maps with their exact location, phone book, etc.. Besides talking about the hotel or home owners (approximately, history, services offered…) proposes Restaurants (also detailed) typical of the area or particularly romantic when we decide to leave the room, as well as excursions or visits either in the town itself or in the surrounding. Read the rest of this entry »

When we think we have to go on a trip take several chained decisions: a donde ir, when, how much money I want to spend, I would like to see, for how many days, etc.. But the first thing to think about is whether we prefer to make a organized trip by the tour operator designing the trip ourselves.

Obviously, the differences are significant: purchase a tour package is much more comfortable, because usually you get it almost done, but also tends to be more expensive and you have to restrict yourself to the path, hotels, dates, etc.. stipulated by the tour operator. Conversely, organize the trip yourself means total freedom and saving money, but is more laborious and should not have any problems travel agency to help you. Read the rest of this entry »

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