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100 Places

100 Places
Kindly contributed by Keith Bellows, Editor in Chief of National Geographic Traveler  and author of 100 Places That Can Change Your Child’s Life, published (naturally) by National Geographic. The book is a Whitman’s Sampler of what the world has to offer. It’s not just about where, but how and why to travel, with kids. It’s
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Odyssey Guide Myanmar

Odyssey Guide Myanmar
Refreshingly direct and engaging, this new edition of Caroline Courtauld’s richly illustrated and indispensable guide covers Burma’s culture, long history and religion with grace and authority. With many fine color maps (as is the custom with the excellent Odyssey series), hundreds of photographs and well-chosen literary excerpts. In honor of the historic visit of the
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World Heritage Sites

World Heritage Sites
How many have you visited? This beautifully illustrated compendium of World Heritage Sites, just revised, includes color photographs, a map and succinct description of each of the 936 archaeological sites, monuments, cities or parks inscribed by UNESCO from 1978 to 2012. Organized by order of inscription (Galapagos was the first), this fourth edition includes the
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Square du Vert Galant, Paris

Square du Vert Galant, Paris
Kindly contributed by Susan Cahill, author of the new Hidden Gardens of Paris, A Guide to the Parks, Squares, and Woodlands of the City of Light. “They’re easy to miss, the off-the-beaten-track green spaces of Paris. But whether by metro or on foot — Julia Childs’ way of getting to know the city — you
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