Fodor's European Ports Of Call

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Fodor's, 2008 - Travel - 511 pages
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More Americans than ever are taking cruises in Europe, the fastest-growing cruise region in the world. Fodor's European Ports of Call is filled with concise and practical overviews of over 70 major cruise ports throughout Europe, offering cruise passengers everything they need to know to make the most of their day ashore and enjoy unique shore excursions independently.

For each European port, Fodor's provides:
·A detailed overview of what awaits passengers on shore, including transportation options
·Coverage of all major sights, including admission costs and hours
·Restaurant recommendations for lunch ashore
·The best activities and excursions for more active travelers
·Accurate and useful maps for each port

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Author Lindsay Bennett and photographer Pete Bennett have over forty travel titles of destinations worldwide to their credit, twenty-five of which are joint productions. Both caught the travel bug early, backpacking around Europe and Asia as students. After graduation Lindsay went on to a career in education and training before returning to her first love. Pete moved straight into freelance photography, working with several airlines, tourist boards and blue chip travel companies before moving into publishing. Both are certified divers, and enjoy skiing whilst 'off-duty.' Pete has a pilots license and their best job scenario is to be able to fly themselves to locations from their homes in England and France.

Ralph Grizzle writes about travel, particularly cruising. He lives in Asheville, North Carolina.
James L. Hoffman is a lifelong resident of North Carolina. He is a freelance writer and public relations and marketing director for Discovery Place, Inc., in Charlotte. He lives in Gastonia, North Carolina.

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