A tramp abroad

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American Publishing Co., 1899 - Europe - 631 pages
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Oh boy! I absolutely adore Mark Twain's writing. - Goodreads
Haphazard storytelling. - Goodreads
The best part was the insight to Twain's journeys. - Goodreads
I had forgotten how funny Mark Twain' writing are. - Goodreads
Twain grabs you with is story telling and humor. - Goodreads

Review: A Tramp Abroad

User Review  - David - Goodreads

Very readable and amusing travelogue covering less familiar parts of Germany and some great alpine fantasia. Not as good as Innocents Abroad but full of little gems. Read full review

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User Review  - Carlie - Goodreads

For me, it's hard NOT to like Mark Twain. Although in my opinion, he spent too many chapters talking about glaciers and mountains in Switzerland. And it took me almost a year to read it (because life, not because boring), so it's hard for me to remember how I felt about it as a whole book. Read full review

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CONTENTS
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At HeidelbergGreat Stir at a HotelThe PortierArrival of the
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The Glacier GardenExcursion on the LakeLife on the Mountains
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