Frommer's Europe From $60 a Day 2000: The Ultimate Guide to Low-Cost Comfortable Travel

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Ron Boudreau
Wiley, 2000 - Travel - 1120 pages
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"Written by travel veterans with a nose for comfort.… Accuracy: high." —Details magazine "Written in the spirit of discovery, as Frommer's guides always have been, and it bears a time-tested pedigree." —Chicago Sun-Times Everything You Need for an Unforgettable—and Affordable—Trip!
  • Charming places to stay, from an antique-filled canalside home in Amsterdam to a Renaissance-era Florence palazzo—for less than $30 per person a night!
  • Great dining at unbelievably low prices, from a Paris bistro with a $12 menu du jour to Athens's best souvlaki for less than $5
  • A complete guide to Europe's sights—museums, castles, cathedrals, cemeteries, literary landmarks, gardens, and much more—plus the lowdown on what to do and see for free
  • Low-cost nightlife: Spanish tapas bars, Viennese coffeehouses, German beer gardens, British pubs, and more
  • Detailed, accurate city and transit maps
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About the author (2000)

About the Authors Reid Bramblett has lived in Europe on and off since he was 11. When not penning guides like Frommer's Tuscany & Umbria, Frommer's Italy from $70 a Day, and The Complete Idiiot's Travel Guide to Planning a Trip to Europe, he splits his time among Europe; Columbia, Missouri; and his native Philadlephia. Alan Crosby, co-author of Frommer's Prague & the Best of the Czech Republic and Frommer's Europe, has lived and worked as a journalist in Prague for the last 6 years. Richard Jones, who lives in London and is the author of Frommer's Memorable Walks in London, has been devising and conducting walking tours of his city since 1982. He also lectures frequently on London's history to groups in the United States and Canada. Herbert Bailey Livesey is a native New Yorker and former NYU administrator. After leaving his career in higher education, he worked briefly as an artist before devoting himself to writing full-time. He is the author or co-author of several travel guides (Frommer's New England, Frommer's Canada, and Frommer's Montréal & Québec), nine books on education and sociology, and a novel. Nikolaus Lorey, who was born in Germany but lives in Austria and writes mysteries, has long been a contributor to this guide. Sherry Marker's love of Greece began when she majored in classical Greek at Harvard. She has attended the American School of Classical Studies in Athens and studied ancient history at the University of California at Berkeley. Author or co-author of a number of guides to Greece (such as Frommer's Greece and Frommer's Greek Islands), she has published articles in the New York Times, Travel & Leisure, and Hampshire Life. She is also co-author of Frommer's Europe and has written books on a variety of subjects, including a history of London for young adults. John Mastrini, a former television news anchor from the United States, has lived in Prague since 1989. He works as a journalist and media consultant and is co-author of Frommer's Prague & the Best of the Czech Republic and Frommer's Europe. He is assisted here by his wife, Hana. George McDonald has lived in Amsterdam and Brussels as a former editor of the Sabena Belgian World Airlines and deputy editor of the KLM Royal Dutch Airlines in-flight magazines. He's now a freelance journalist and travel writer and has written extensively about the Netherlands and Belgium for various international magazines and guidebooks, including Frommer's Amsterdam and Frommer's Belgium, Holland & Luxembourg. He is also a coauthor of Frommer's Europe. Mark Meagher, a resident of Boston, is currently pursuing graduate studies in architecture. He is a co-author of Frommer's Ireland, Frommer's Ireland from $50 a Day, Frommer's Portable Dublin, and Frommer's Greece. Jeanne Oliver practiced law for 10 years in New York City before her love of French culture and cuisine prompted her to relocate to Paris, then to Nice. She worked in the tourist industry for several years before becoming a freelance writer, specializing in France and Europe for various magazines and guidebooks. Beth Reiber lives in Lawrenceville, Kansas, and is the author of several travel guides, including Frommer's Tokyo and Frommer's Japan. An Italophile who spends much of each year in Italy, Patricia Schultz is the author of numerous books and articles on travel in that country as well as co-author of Frommer's Italy from $70 a Day. Though she loves all Italy, her heart belongs to Florence and Tuscany.

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