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e-Book Footprint South American Handbook 2001 download

e-Book Footprint South American Handbook 2001 download

by Ben Box

ISBN: 0658011545
ISBN13: 978-0658011542
Language: English
Publisher: Passport Books (November 2000)
Pages: 1680
Category: South America
Subategory: Traveling

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Rating: 4.7
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Ben Box has been working on the South American Handbook for over 30 years and is a Latin America expert. Footprint and Ben Box have been at this book for decades.

Ben Box has been working on the South American Handbook for over 30 years and is a Latin America expert. Ben has contributed to newspapers, magazines and learned tomes, usually on the subject of travel, and has also been involved in Footprint's Central America & Mexico, Caribbean Islands, Brazil and Peru since their inception.

The book's cover flaps carry a calendar of festivals and information on exchange rates and dialling codes, emergency numbers, and hotel and restaurant price guides. Facts for the adventure traveller - cycling, trekking and climbing - are included, and "traveller's tips" occur thoughout in the margins of the book. Format Paperback 1680 pages. Dimensions 124 x 210mm. Publication date 01 Sep 2000. Publisher Footprint Travel Guides. Imprint FOOTPRINT HANDBOOKS. Publication City/Country Bath, United Kingdom.

Written by an expert, this comprehensive travel guide to South America covers Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Chile, Colombia, Galapagos, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela and The Guianas. Background information is provided, as well as practical details on accommodation, shopping and eating.

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The South American Handbook is a travel guide to South America, published in the United Kingdom by Footprint Books. In 2010 it was chosen as the Best South American Handbook by Sounds and Colours. The handbook was first published in 1921 as the Anglo-South American Handbook. It was founded and compiled by William Henry Koebel (1872-1923), a prolific author who had a particular interest in promoting trade with South America

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In this role he has travelled to almost every corner of Latin America. He has a doctorate in Spanish and Portuguese Studies and has been writing about contemporary Iberian and Latin American affairs since 1980. Sarah's interest in Latin America and the Caribbean began with a degree in Iberian and Latin American Studies, during which time she spent a year in Colombia

Footprint's legendary South American Handbook covers the continent in amazing detail, enabling you to explore for yourself. From spectacular carnivals to shuddering glaciers, this guide will open your way to the irresistible spirit of the world's greatest continent.

Footprint's legendary South American Handbook covers the continent in amazing detail, enabling you to explore for yourself.

The longest running travel guide in the English language is published in its 77th annual edition. Covering the whole of a continent in travel–proof portable package the adventurous traveller to South America leaves home without it at his peril! It features 1700 pages crammed with the most up-to-date and accurate travel information for all budgets, an introduction to travelling in South America illustrated with colour photography, a special feature for the 2001 edition on the Pan American Highway, invaluable ‘travellers tips’ throughout the book in the margins, unique cover flaps carrying calendar of festivals and essential information on exchange rates and dialling codes, emergency numbers, hotel and restaurant price guides, facts for the adventure traveller eg cyclists, trekkers and climbers plus knowledgeable background information on ancient civilisations, archaeology and culture.
Comments:
Uscavel
I have only been in five of the fourteen countries covered in this handbook, but of those I have travel through, I found this all-in-one guide to be succinct, reliable and valuable. That said, it does not replace the comprehensiveness of a specific country guide. Basically, this handbook is a digested compilation of the specific country handbooks that Footprint produces. Thus, if you are only visiting one or two countries, buy those handbooks. If you are going to explore South America and want only one guide, this guide will be valuable.
Each country section is condensed, comprehensive and reliable. Though smaller towns will be omitted, the most important cities, towns and sites will be covered. Each country has been segmented into regions, as noted by the country's map, and within each region Footprint covers the top two, three or four cities or towns in a region. Basic travel information is given at the beginning of each country.
As with all Footprint Handbooks this guide has excellent color maps. In the back of the guide you will find ... exceptional color maps of South America. Also, throughout the book, I found the b&w maps of regions and cities to be very good.
Another impressive aspect of this guide is found at the beginning, in the 'Essentials' section, where there is a very good discussion of bringing and using a car/SUV throughout South America. This section also includes information on motorcycling and a section on cycling throughout South America.
Though each country section does have a 'futher reading & useful websites' section, this is very basic. The section on health/vaccination is bare bone basic.
On the "downside" I often found that the brevity of the restaurant and lodging remarks were so terse (or no remarks at all) that they were not helpful, i.e.,. Hotel Barros Arana (Chile):modern, or a restaurant remark: good not cheap, or a hostel: helpful. Also I find the intrusive paid advertisements for hotels, tour companies, hostels, calling cards and travel
services throughout the book (a half-page, a full-page, a quarter page) offensive. The purchase ... should be more than enough to make a profit, but Footprint chooses to afflict its readers with uninvited advertising to increase its profits.
For those using glasses, the small type that the publishers uses will cause you to strain to read in low or poorly lighted areas. Also, the pricing for accommodations is a cumbersome rating system that could be simplified. It is not user friendly. There is no pricing guide for restaurants.
That said, this is an adequate, to good, guide for those who are going to visit a multitude of countries while in South America. The information is current and reliable. Especially recommended for those that plan to motor through South America. Recommended

Xinetan
From Planeta Journal - The Handbook looks better than ever. This new edition of the South America guide provides reliable information about general tourism as well profiles of national parks and reserves. Of special note is the "Responsible Tourism" essay that the book pioneered in 1992. This is a terrific guide. The format is easy to follow. Colorful pictures and maps compliment the text. Highly recommended.

Mariwyn
I just spent 5 months in all the s. american countries except the norhternmost 3-4. Both the lonely plantet and footprints came in handy however I ultimately found Footprints to be more informative and to the point. Most other travelers agreed with me. The lonely planet had one advantage in that it's maps were better. Bottom line, if your are backpacking, take Footprints. If you have lots of space, take them both. Happy trails. [email protected]

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