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The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 1. World Travel, the Rules (World Geography, Gettin’ Around, Lots of Details, Stayin’ Safe & Connected) By Tony Kelbrat
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All the relevant travel knowledge in the world is on the internet for free but the problem is in finding the right websites quickly and organizing them in a simple, straightforward manner. That's... More > what this book is about. It's a roadmap or a guide for the entire field. This doesn't exist anywhere else. Some websites claim to be the authority for the field or the major website in their field. If you've done all the research on different websites that I have, you'll realize the truth. Nothing on any website is simple and straightforward. I have yet to see a great, easy-to-use website where the knowledge I want is all there in a simple, straightforward manner. That's why I believe that this book is a valuable, worthy product, because I put it all there at your fingertips.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 7. United States Travel Guide (a Framework of Websites for the Nation & Every Local Area, Covers Tourist Attractions, Hotels, Events, Etc.) By Tony Kelbrat
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In my opinion, the most popular places and events in the United States are as follows: Blueridge Mountains, Shenandoah Valley. Coastal Maine. Country Music Fan Fair, Nashville. Grand Canyon. Gulf... More > Shores, Alabama. Hot air balloon race and convention, Albuquerque, NM. Indianapolis 500, Indianapolis, major car race, May. Las Vegas, NV. Mardigras, New Orleans, week before Ash Wednedsay, Lent. Myrtle Beach area, South Carolina. New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, New Orleans. New York City, has everything. Niagara Falls. Orlando, Florida, Disneyland, many attractions. Rocky Mountains. Route 66, old highway. San Francisco, unique city. Summerfest, Milwaukee, WI. Sundance film festival, Park City, Utah. Washington, DC, Capital of the United States. Yosemite national park. The Places Rated Almanac is at #307.764 at the library. Try #917 at the library.< Less
The "People Power" Travel Superbook: Book 6. Romantic Travel - Escape – Getaway - Honeymoon By Tony Kelbrat
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The world's most romantic cities are generally considered to be Paris, Venice and in the United States, some might say San Francisco, New York, New Orleans and San Diego. It all depends on how you... More > feel and the time of year it is. If it's cold out, forget it. I've driven up the coast of Maine in the summer from Portland to Calais and it was beautiful with all the little villages and the occasional big, old colonial inn but in the wintertime, it's useless. I spent a summer in Carmel, CA on the west coast with the beaches, the golf courses, the wineries and sunshine all year round. It might cost you a few bucks but you can get by pretty cheaply if you drive there yourself or rent a car at the airport, then get a hotel room on the outskirts of town. Your best bet is to take a plane to LAX, rent a car, stay in L.A. for about 2-3 days, then drive up the PCH (Pacific Coast Highway) to Carmel, get a cheap hotel room and do your own thing.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 5. World Medical Travel Guide (Vaccinations, Medical Services, Medical Tourism, Disabled People Access Worldwide, World Medical Knowledge) By Tony Kelbrat
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If you're traveling abroad, find out what diseases are prevalent where you're going and get the vaccinations. Some countries won't let you in unless you have proof of certain vaccinations. The... More > most common ones are tetanus, diphtheria, polio, measles, cholera, smallpox, hepatitis, typhoid and yellow fever. Your state health department or the Center of Disease Control (877-fyi-trip, 800-458-5231, 800-311-3435, 888-232-3228) should be able to help you with immunization/ vaccination requirements in foreign countries. Some governments require immunizations to protect their people from visiting foreigners and to protect foreigners from any health risks in their country. Ask the embassy of the country you're going to if you need special immunizations such as for yellow fever, malaria, or cholera. You might also need a health certificate and possibly an AIDS test.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 3. Travel Ideas (Places to Go, Things to Do, Explore the World, See What’s Out There, Be an Armchair Tourist) By Tony Kelbrat
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There is loads of interesting stuff out there on this planet. You can even leave the planet and see it from space if you got about $35,000. This book is me satisfying my curiosity about what's out... More > there to do for adventure, inspiration and spiritual fulfillment. You can take a sub to the Titanic or visit some caves. You can go to Ayer's Rock in Australia or see an Ancient City in Cuzco, Peru.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 4. Health Resorts - Spas, Spiritual Travel (Go Somewhere to Rejuvenate Body & Soul) By Tony Kelbrat
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When traveling, the less money you spend, the more real your experience is closer to the Earth than if you shelled out big bucks for hotels, fine dining and first class travel. There's a book out... More > there called Ultimate Journey: Retracing the Path of an Ancient Buddhist Monk Who Crossed Asia in Search of Enlightenment written by Richard Bernstein who retraced the Buddhist monk Hsuan Tsang's trip across Asia in the sixth century A.D.Try #910.2 at the library. For books about sacred sites in the United States, try #917.3049 or E158 at the library. Some prominent, wondrous sites in my opinion are as follows: Acropolis, Parthenon, ancient Greek ruins, Athens, Greece. Angkor Wat, Cambodia, ancient city. Any observatory where you can view the heavens at night unimpeded both with the naked eye and through a telescope. Assisi, town in Italy, every June, a pilgrimage for St. Francis of Assisi.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 16. France Travel Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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France is considered by some to be the most international and cultural country in the world. It is the most visited country on the planet with over 75 million visitors per year. The population is... More > about 65 million. The climate is temperate in the north and warm in the south. The country is made up of 22 regions that are grouped into seven larger areas: Ile De France (The Area Surrounding Paris) Northern France (Includes Nord-Pas De Calais And Picardie) Northeast France (Includes Alsace, Lorraine, And Champagne-Ardenne) Great West (Includes Brittany, Basse-Normandie, And Pays De La Loire) Central France (Includes Centre-Val De Loire, Poitou-Charentes, Burgundy, Limousin, And The Auvergne) Southwestern France (Includes Aquitaine And Midi-Pyrenees) Southeastern France (Includes Rhône-Alpes, Languedoc-Roussillon, Provence-Alpes-Côte D'azur And The Island Of Corsica) Try #914.4 at the library for books about France.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 15. Western Europe Travel Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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This is a book of basic contact information for Europe in general plus the specific countries including travel bookings, hotels, events, tourist attractions, car rentals, restaurants, etc. It... More > doesn’t include Scandinavia or Eastern Europe. Europe is the number one tourist destination in the world. People are interested in the historic charm of the Old World. It will never go out of style. The biggest mistakes people make when traveling is that they don't make up a plan beforehand and pack way too much stuff. Pack light. You're there for the experience. Don't travel with downer people who don't want to do the same things you do. Onetime I went to England with some relatives and buddies who just wanted to see the nightlife. I wanted to see Stonehenge, the war museum and a few other places so I ended up going alone. They didn't even care about Stonehenge. I learned my lesson. If you're travelling to see a culture, don't travel with one-dimensional, mook hedonists. Go to #914 at the library.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 14. Ireland Travel Guide (Covers Ireland & Northern Ireland) By Tony Kelbrat
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Ireland is an island west of England in the Atlantic Ocean. In 1938, most of Ireland got its independence except for Northern Ireland which is still ruled by the United Kingdom. Irish or Gaelic is... More > a Celtic language related to Scottish Gaelic that is still spoken by some of the people but English is the everyday tongue for virtually everybody. A lot of immigrants have settled in Ireland so it's multicultural. Ireland is still beautiful. rural and old school in most places. Things are cheap now because of overbuilt real estate and business during the past boom. There are small, winding country roads. St. Patrick's Day festivities include a parade and the Lord Mayor's Ball in Dublin. You can take a river cruise down the Shannon. There are many quiet seaside villages. Follow St. Patrick's life at the Rock of Cashel. It's a mystical, ancient place. The Ring of Kerry is a scenic seaside drive. Try #914.15 at the library for books about Ireland.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 12. South America Travel Guide (Covers All the Countries, Lists Tourist Attractions, Hotels, Events, Etc.) By Tony Kelbrat
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South America is off the beaten path for most Americans, Canadians and Europeans except for the beaches of Brazil which people go to mainly because of the bargain prices but even then you’re... More > talking about at least a thousand more miles than a jaunt to the Caribbean. The ancient city of Cuzco and the Nazca Lines get a lot of tourists interested in the ancient astronaut theory. There’s Easter Island and the Galapagos. It’s just that it’s so far away. Most of South America is Spanish except for Guyana which is a former British colony, French Guiana and Suriname which is a former Dutch colony. South America is a combination of modern cities and old world agrarian living. Prices span the spectrum. Some places are very cheap. Some places are tourist traps. Some places are naturally expensive like Argentina as I write this. Try #918 at the library.< Less