Café London: Brunch, Lunch, Coffee and Afternoon Tea.
Alkayat, Zena (ed.).
From hundreds of café, coffee shop, and afternoon tea destinations across the city, this g...
A Traveller's Year: 365 Days of Travel Writing in Diaries, Journals and Letters.
Elborough, Travis and Rennison, Nick (eds.).
With more than 200 featured writers this is an odyssey around the globe moving from day to...
A Year in the Life of Rutland.
Regarded as one of the UK’s finest photographers, Brabbs has concentrated on what he regar...
Venetian Masters: Under the Skin of the City of Love.
During one long, humid summer, Bidisha explores the real Venice, guided through its intric...
Dark Horses and Black Beauties: Animals, Women, a Passion.
Pierson, Melissa Holbrook.
In A Sunburned Country.
He journeyed to Australia, and fell in love with the country. Who could blame him? 'Friend...
Around the World by Mouse: A Journey Round the Baltic.
The Snow Tourist.
He has a boyish enthusiasm for the stuff, and his easy-going narrative style is reminiscen...
Paris to the Pyrenees: A Skeptic Pilgrim Walks the Way of Saint James.
Slipping into Paradise.
Masson, Jeffrey Moussaief.
Another Long Day on the Piste: A Season in the French Alps.
Coming Out of the Kitchen: Women Beyond the Home.
The Book Smugglers of Timbuktu: The Quest for this Storied City and the Race to Save Its Treasures.
Jane Austen Among Women.
Take Big Bites.
Inside Out: Sydney.
The new version of the PopOut CityGuides, it contains the usual brief but highly informati...
Exploration without Boundaries: Virtual Voyages into Virtual Landscapes.
It begins weirdly, with the author descending into the sewers of Moscow ‘in pursuit of the...
Perfect Madness: Motherhood in the Age of Anxiety.
Death and the Sun: A Matador's Season in the Heart of Spain.
The Broken Road: From the Iron Gates to Mount Athos.
Fermor, Patrick Leigh.
This is the third and last book on his walk from the Hook of Holland to Constantinople. (T...
The Mask of Motherhood.
Moscow: A Traveller's Reader.
Kelly, Laurence (ed.).
This is a fascinating anthology of tales from visitors and residents, under the headings: ...
They Eat Horses, Don't They?: The Truth about the French.
Eatwell, Piu Marie.
Forty-five stereotypes about the French are examined, and many are found to be false. Fun ...