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Apple's Europe: An Uncommon Guide
Apple's Europe An Uncommon Guide
Author: R. W., Jr. Apple
ISBN-13: 9780689707216
ISBN-10: 0689707215
Publication Date: 3/1987
Pages: 288
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Publisher: Holiday House
Book Type: Paperback
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Selected by Travel & Leisure magazine as the Best Travel Book of 1986, Apple's Europe is a sophisticated guidebook to all of Europe by R.W. Apple Jr., the world renowned cicerone and Chief Washington Correspondent for the New York Times. From unpretentious bistros in Paris to the striking limestone dwellings of Alberobello in Italy's Apulia region,to the quiet Danish island of Aero in the Baltic Sea, Apple takes us to the special offbeat and out-of-the-way places he has visited in over a quarter of a century of intensive travel. A connoisseur's guide to the best of European art and architecture, music and natural beauty, food and drink, Apple's Europe is truly an uncommon and indispensable book to read, savor and enjoy.