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THE CONDÉ NAST TRAVELERBOOK OF UNFORGETTABLE JOURNEYS : GREAT WRITERS ON GREAT PLACES (Volume II)History, nature, art, adventure, or just pure relaxation—whatever your passion, this second volume of The Condé Nast Traveler Book of Unforgettable Journeys puts it all at your fingertips. Here, the world’s premiere travel magazine brings together thirty compelling travel tales by preeminent writers, including :Robert Hughes on Australia in “The Liberation of Sydney”Calvin Trillin on Ecuador in “Some Like It Not Hot”Amy Wilentz on Haiti in “Love and Haiti and the Whole Damned Thing”E L Doctorow on India in “The Taj, The Tiger, and the Treepie”Pico Iyer on Israel in “City of God, City of Men”Jonathan Raban on the Florida Keys in “Corroding the Keys”…and many others.Whether you’re preparing for your own adventure or indulging in an armchair reverie, you will find in The Condé Nast Traveler Book of Unforgettable Journeys a knowledgeable and impassioned guide.

THE CONDÉ NAST TRAVELER
BOOK OF UNFORGETTABLE JOURNEYS : GREAT WRITERS ON GREAT PLACES (Volume II)

History, nature, art, adventure, or just pure relaxation—whatever your passion, this second volume of The Condé Nast Traveler Book of Unforgettable Journeys puts it all at your fingertips. Here, the world’s premiere travel magazine brings together thirty compelling travel tales by preeminent writers, including :


Robert Hughes on Australia in “The Liberation of Sydney”
Calvin Trillin on Ecuador in “Some Like It Not Hot”
Amy Wilentz on Haiti in “Love and Haiti and the Whole Damned Thing”
E L Doctorow on India in “The Taj, The Tiger, and the Treepie”
Pico Iyer on Israel in “City of God, City of Men”
Jonathan Raban on the Florida Keys in “Corroding the Keys”

…and many others.


Whether you’re preparing for your own adventure or indulging in an armchair reverie, you will find in The Condé Nast Traveler Book of Unforgettable Journeys a knowledgeable and impassioned guide.

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