Around The World On A Bicycle, Volume 1

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - Travel - 396 pages
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The first thing I come across is a tunnel burrowing through a hill. This tunnel was originally built the proper size, but, after being walled up, there were indications of a general cave-in; so the company had to go to work and build another thick rock-wall inside the other, which leaves barely room for the trains to pass through without touching the sides. It is anything but an inviting path around the hill; but it is far the safer of the two.

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Review: Around the World on a Bicycle Volume I

User Review  - Jayne - Goodreads

An tale of an amazing journey across the USA over a century ago. The language is a little dated, but the story is timeless. Very inspiring. Read full review

Review: Around the World on a Bicycle (Classics of American Sport)

User Review  - Gülen Canol tütüncü - Goodreads

Interesting book but after a few hundred pages it gets boring.. Read full review

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