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Lonely Planet Guidebooks

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“With one foot planted in the Central American jungles and the other dipped in the Caribbean Sea, Belize combines the best of both worlds.” Read more on Lonely Planet…
Central America on a shoestring travel guide
“It’s never easy to maintain the delicate balance between preserving natural resources and cashing in on economic opportunity, but Ticos are tireless in their efforts. These peace-loving people are eager to share the staggering scenery, bountiful biodiversity and complete contentment of pura vida, the ‘pure life’ of Costa Rica.” See more on Lonely Planet…
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“Recalling its revolutionary roots, Boston continues to claim its place among the country’s forward-thinking cities. A center for learning and a hub of cutting-edge cultural offerings, Boston is dynamic and continuously developing.” See more on Lonely Planet…

new england

“Come to New England to mount spectacular summits and to feel the ocean breeze. Come to tantalize your tastebuds with succulent seafood and sweet maple syrup. Come for history and high culture.” See more on Lonely Planet…

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“You’ve read the history books, seen a few photos, maybe enjoyed a bowl of clam chowder. But to see and do the best of New England – to really experience the history, artistry and diversity of this formative region – you have to get in your car and drive.” See more on Lonely Planet…
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“Moscow surprises me every single time, and has done so for more than 20 years.” See more on Lonely Planet…
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“From artistry and history to recreation and procreation, Moscow is a cauldron of creativity.” See more on Lonely Planet…
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“Moscow is the start or end point for your train journey across Mother Russia… Soak it up.  Examine the art and move to the music; splurge on a ritzy restaurant; stay out til sunrise; get lost in the crowds. Once you get on that train, you may not get to do it again.” See more on Lonely Planet…

 

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