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No Room At The Inn By DAVID BELL
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The story of a man and daughter living on the streets during one of the worst winters in years.
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Travelling in the Middle Ages. Inns, routes and pilgrims. By Davide Ribella
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A fascinating journey back in the centuries, to feel closer to a period often erroneously considered as dark and static. In this book, the author shows how those centuries really were, that is to say... More > constantly on the move. Emperors, princes and popes with their armies but also, and mainly, merchants, bandits, pilgrims, people seeking their fortune or their social redemption and also women. All of them travelling long distances, in dangerous conditions, sometimes to the limit of human possibilities. The work is historical, accurate and includes references to tens of works and historiographers dealing with the subject of travelling in the Middle Ages, analyzing different trends. You are going to find out who departed in the Middle Ages and why, you will find plenty of information about roads, inns and different kinds of accommodation. It also includes a chapter about pilgrimage: both religious and judicial pilgrimages. A book for Middle Ages lovers but not only.< Less
Travelling in the Middle Ages. Inns, routes and pilgrims By Davide Ribella
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A fascinating journey back in the centuries, to feel closer to a period often erroneously considered as dark and static. In this book, the author shows how those centuries really were, that is to say... More > constantly on the move. Emperors, princes and popes with their armies but also, and mainly, merchants, bandits, pilgrims, people seeking their fortune or their social redemption and also women. All of them travelling long distances, in dangerous conditions, sometimes to the limit of human possibilities. The work is historical, accurate and includes references to tens of works and historiographers dealing with the subject of travelling in the Middle Ages, analyzing different trends. You are going to find out who departed in the Middle Ages and why, you will find plenty of information about roads, inns and different kinds of accommodation. It also includes a chapter about pilgrimage: both religious and judicial pilgrimages. A book for Middle Ages lovers but not only.< Less
mind blowing magic By samuel innes
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do you want to learn to penatrate solid plastic and metal? do you want to mind read like the pro's? do you want to make coin vanish and reappear to your freinds amazement? then this book is for you.... More > this book contains 14 of the best most mind blowing coin and card tricks. as well as easy descriptions there are photos to guide you along. magic is one of those things you should be proud of and with this magical (see what I did there?) book you can astuond and amaze audiences from around the globe. you never know, one day you could become the next david copper field or mabey you all ready are. in both cases this will expand the wonder you can give. If it's magic then it is magic.< Less
How To Create A Niche Market Within a Hotel With Live Music By David Mundell
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This is for the hotelier who wants to create a niche market with live music within their hotel or Inn. You can build a new market that will add to accommodation, food and drink revenue streams and... More > help develop an PR machine that will be the envy of all your competitors. The Book has some obvious and not so obvious points to make and is aimed at the hotelier that needs advice on where to start and how to commence this often confusing field. It is for the small Hotelier who can change his banqueting room that has a capacity between 50 to 100 people into an intimate concert space.< Less
The Gilak's Guide to Pellucidar By David Critchfield
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The 7-book Pellucidar series was written by the master storyteller, Edgar Rice Burroughs. Those books told the story of David Innes and Abner Perry's adventures in the savage land at the Earth's... More > core. This new book by David Critchfield is the one and only guide to Pellucidar. It's full of information about the Earth's core: articles, maps, book summaries, family trees, languages, beliefs, publishing histories, a glossary of terms, and a list of articles written about Pellucidar. It's a must for fans of the series and a handy reference for Burroughs scholars and artists. The book is illustrated by Harry Roland with all new Pellucidar art. Visit Roland's website at www.harryroland.com Enjoy your trip below.< Less
Don't Kill Me- I'm Only the Entertainer By David Schneider
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“Great job, Schneider,” grinned Mike the bartender. “You just pissed off the Mayor…” In his second book, Mr. Schneider recalls adventures fresh out of high school... More > as an entertainer in one of Mid- America’s most popular resort destinations, Wisconsin Dells Wisconsin, offering the same insights and personal observations on life, family, and friendship that readers will recognize from his past writings. From the perspective of much younger days, he seems to have been nurtured by some very, very colorful characters. This is a travel and adventure story. It’s a love story. But mostly it is a tale of great friendship. It is an insider’s view of what tourist town locals do when they are not taking care of you. It is an outlandishly extraordinary personal journey; a coming of age in the end, perhaps much like yours.< Less
A History of My Boyhood Home - 198 Capisic Street, Portland, Maine By David Barker
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The author fondly remembers his boyhood days at Capisic and shares his fascinating discoveries concerning the rich history of House, Capisic Pond, the mills, and the nearby area. Powered by Capisic... More > Pond water flow, grist mills and sawmills operated as early as the 1650s, while a grist mill ground grain as late as 1906. There was even a comb factory and an inn, the Capisic Pond House, with swimming in the Pond. In addition, the author reveals the tragedies and successes of the William Jones Thorn (builder of the house) and his brother Greenleaf. Along with their families, they were the first dwellers in the House. The book contains 194 figures comprised of photos, maps, newspaper clippings, and charts. The interior is color and black and white on glossy paper.< Less
The Funniest People in Families, Volume 6: 250 Anecdotes By David Bruce
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Print edition. This book contains 250 anecdotes about families, including this one: On September 24, 1974, the daughter of actors Michael Williams and Judi Dench was born. She was named Tara Cressida... More > Frances, but everyone called her Finty. Because Finty’s parents were Shakespearean actors, she learned quotations from Shakespeare as a tiny tot. One parent would say, “I’ll put a girdle around the earth …,” and Finty would finish the quotation: “in 40 minutes.” If a parent asked her what King Lear says, Finty would answer, “Never, never—FIVE times!” In a Nativity play, Finty played the innkeeper’s wife, and when she was asked what the play was about, she replied, “It’s about this inn-keeper’s wife, of course.” When Finty was 11 years old, she told a friend that a play her mother was appearing in was “without doubt the most boring play I’ve ever seen in the whole of my life.”< Less