Posts Tagged ‘France’

The Alps

The Alps
In his entertaining new history, Stephen O’Shea drives 500 miles through the Alps, crossing six countries while musing on the historic personalities who braved the forbidding range, including Napoleon, Hitler and James Bond. His account, The Alps, begins with the idea of the sublime and the Romantics who championed it–artists and writers whose works evoked
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La Turbie, France

La Turbie, France
Kindly contributed by Jonathan Arlan, author of the new book Mountain Lines, in which he narrates an inspirational trek through the French Alps that he undertook in 2015. Arlan overcomes apprehension, nerves, poor physical condition and days of bad weather as he slowly conquers the Grand Traverse route from Lake Geneva to the Mediterranean. Along the way,
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Top Ten Fall Travel Titles

Top Ten Fall Travel Titles
Autumn is the season for armchair travelers. As the weather cools, the imagination sharpens, ready to transport us to distant lands. We’ve selected ten travel titles that we’re looking forward to curling up with this fall as we dream up new destinations.   Epic Bike Rides of the World. The discerning editors at Lonely Planet organize
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Summer Reading

Summer Reading
As the weather warms that list of summer reading keeps piling up, a tantalizing tower of intriguing stories, ready to transport you to new lands. Here are some paperbacks we recommend packing for your next trip to the beach! Circling the Sun. In this work of historical fiction, Paula McLain, bestselling author of The Paris Wife
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