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New guidebooks predict the best trips for 2009 Печать E-mail
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Автор: Newsmaster   
04.01.2009 06:37
NEW YORK (AP) — Looking for some inspiration to plan your trips for the new year? Here are some books to guide you. And if you can't afford to take the trip of your dreams in this economy, any one of these publications will give you the right to proclaim yourself an expert armchair traveler.

Travel + Leisure recently came out with the 2009 edition of its 100 Greatest Trips ($34.95), with mini-guides to each destination, maps, resource listings and trips in 10 categories: adventure, arts and culture, beaches, cities, countryside, drives, family, food and wine, nightlife and shopping. Among the destinations profiled are Provincetown, Mass.; Brooklyn, N.Y.; Santa Fe; Portland, Ore.; Kauai, Hawaii; Oaxaca, Mexico; Liverpool, England; Sicily, Italy; Tunis, Tunisia; Kiev, Ukraine; Nagano, Japan; and Tasmania, Australia.

Rough Guides has put out Ultimate Adventures: A Rough Guide to Adventure Travel ($25) with sections on "Feats of A Lifetime," like rafting the Upper Zambezi River in Africa and diving Australia's Great Barrier Reef; "Family-Friendly Adventures" like wildlife-watching in Costa Rica and rock climbing in California's Joshua Tree National Park; "Photo Ops," such as those found walking across England from coast to coast; "Energy and Endurance," with undertakings like hiking the Grand Canyon rim to rim; and "Mental Toughness," which includes an expedition to the North Pole.

And from Lonely Planet comes Best in Travel 2009: 850 Trends, Destinations, Journeys & Experiences For the Year Ahead. The guidebook publisher's top 10 countries for the new year are Algeria, Bangladesh, Canada, Georgia, Greenland, Kyrgyzstan, Oman, Peru, Rwanda and Sierra Leone, while its top 10 cities are Antwerp, Belgium; Beirut; Chicago; Glasgow, Scotland; Lisbon, Portugal; Mexico City; Sao Paulo, Brazil; Shanghai; Warsaw; and Zurich, Switzerland. The quirky book also offers fun lists such as "Top 10 Places to Steal a Kiss," including Hershey, Pa., and Kissimmee, Fla.; top 10 places to see weird plants, like the squirting cucumber in Greece; and best places to have a mid-life crisis, from Dubai to Vegas to Route 66.


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