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  1. Jessica | Independent Travel Cats
    February 11, 2014

    I love travel guidebooks! I really think the right guidebook depends on the place you are traveling and the type of travel you want to do. I am not sure these are better than Lonely Planet as all guides essentially send you to places where you are bound to find tourists if the guidebooks have a good readership. Instead of declaring the “best” travel guidebook, I think a person needs to sit and compare across a bunch of guidebooks before buying one or two for their trip. I currently have a stack of guidebooks on my desk for our upcoming trips to South Korea and Vietnam.
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  2. Best holiday destinations
    February 11, 2014

    Really helpful information to plan a trip.thanks for the sharing your best views. all are so much nice…
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  3. Frank
    February 13, 2014

    I love travel guides! Keep them in a drawer in the bathroom and love staring at maps while in the pottie. Hope that’s not too much information 🙂
    Frank (bbqboy)


  4. Devlin @ Marginal Boundaries
    February 14, 2014

    There language books look interesting, definitely something I’ll keep in mind whenever I get back to Asia. I really like that they have english-tagalog books.
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  5. Jennifer
    March 19, 2014

    I long ago gave up on guidebooks. I don’t like carrying them around and generally what is in them are the main tourist haunts.


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