Historic WWII reproduction map. A detailed map of Normandy at a scale of 1:200,000 showing the main sites of the summer 1944 battle. This map is an antique-feeling reproduction of the map originally published by Michelin in 1947. The main map includes place names and features special icons denoting battle dates and parachute drops, as well as an inset showing the broader movements of the military forces.
18th-century classic detailing seafaring life in New England and plantation culture in the South also provided Old World readers with first major impressions of American landscapes, people, institutions, and problems of making one nation out of diverse former colonies. Introduction and Notes by Warren Barton Blake.
Following on from the bestselling "1000 things to do in London," "1000 Things to do in Britain" roams far and wide beyond the capital to bring you a unique guidebook to this incomparably unique island. The features include castles and kayaking, sculpture gardens and snorkelling hotspots, white sand beaches and white-knuckle rides, cider orchards and stately homes. Covering the length and breadth of Britain, it takes in both life-changing experiences and simple pleasures, with ideas for every budget. You can go wild camping on Dartmoor, or be pampered in a luxury spa; forage for your supper, or take afternoon tea in Park Lane; ride along a deserted beach, or go wild in the crowd at a festival. Packed with ideas from unusual takes on well-known attractions to once-in-a-lifetime experiences to everyday pleasures - many of them absolutely free.
New York Off the Beaten Path" features the things travelers and locals want to see and experience--if only they knew about them. From the best in local dining to quirky cultural tidbits to hidden attractions, unique finds, and unusual locales, "New York Off the Beaten Path" takes the reader down the road less traveled and reveals a side of New York that other guidebooks just don't offer.
A walking guide by Mark Richards covering 22 summits in the Mid-Western Fells of the English Lake District, including a variety of ascents in the triangle between Great Langdale, Borrowdale and Wasdale. The group centers on the two highest hills in England, the mighty Scafell Pike and Scafell, with their many wild dale approaches.Author Mark Richards combines his passion for the Lake District and artistic flair with all the information the experienced hiker needs to explore and enjoy the mid-western Fells. For each of the hills covered, this guide offers full descriptions of a range routes, full-color maps and clear elevation diagrams, detailed summit panoramas and lots of inspiring photographs.It is one of Cicerone's 8-volume Lakeland Fellranger series, which provides a comprehensive new guide to the fells of the English Lake District, with a selection of new routes up more than 230 hills.
A classy series with encyclopedic coverage."--NationalGeographic Explorer
Covering the 106,372-acre park, as well as thousands of acres of surrounding land in the Lassen National Forest, Caribou, Thousand Lakes, and Ishi wilderness areas, Hat Creek Valley, and McArthur-Burney Falls State Park--this map has been completely updated for even more comprehensive coverage and easier use. It features more than 450 miles of trails, as well as trailheads, points of interest, campgrounds, picnic areas, ranger stations, access roads, scenic turnouts, and parking areas. Trail elevations, junction mileages, latitude-longitude notations, and UTM grid-lines are all shown.
Caribbean Ports of Call" shows you how to plan a carefree vacation at sea and in port, including valuable information on shore excursions. There are detailed profiles of the major cruselines and their ships, as well as practical advice on selecting and reserving the ideal cruise vacation.