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Off the Beaten Track: Irish Railway Walks (Oct., $11.95) by Kevin Cronin comprises 40 walks along Ireland’s abandoned railways.
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St. Andrews & Fife Walks (Sept., $11.95) by C. Brown and S. Wiggins offers a walking guide through the sites of many dramatic incidents in Scottish history.
BRADT TRAVEL GUIDES
Seychelles: The Bradt Travel Guide (Sept., $18.95) by Lyn Mair and Lynnath Beckley covers all the islands and surrounding atolls.
Corsica (Oct., $16.95) by Dana Facaros and Michael Pauls describes the many things to do on this island off the Côte d’Azur.
Tanzania & Zanzibar (Nov., $21.95) by Annabel Skinner explores the natural wonders of Tanzania and the Zanzibar Archipelago.
The Amateur Historian’s Guide to Medieval & Tudor England: Day Trips South of London (Jan., $20) by Sarah Valente Kettler and Carol Trimble focuses on excursions for history-loving travelers.
Home Is Where the Bus Is (Nov., $14.95) by Anne Beckwith Johnson. Anne remembers traveling around the world in a converted city bus with her husband, Vernon, and their eight children.
Eyewitness Travel TOP 10 Guides: London; ...Venice; ...Paris; ...Tuscany (Feb., $9.95 each) explore the best attractions and amenities each city offers.
Eyewitness Travel Guides: European Phrase Book (Nov., $12.95) provides the necessary words and phrases to travel successfully through Europe.
Cleopatra’s Wedding Present: Travels Through Syria (Sept., $10.95) by Robert Tewdwr Moss. The author recounts his travels through this mysterious and often disturbing country.
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Gourmet Paris 2002 (Nov., $14.95) by Emmanuel Rubin reviews more than 1,000 Paris restaurants.
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Eat Smart in Morocco: How to Decipher the Menu, Know the Market Foods & Embark on a Tasting Adventure (Oct., $12.95) by Joan Peterson presents an overview of Moroccan food and regional cooking styles with an alphabetical compilation of menu entries.
GLOBAL TRAVEL PUBLISHERS
Africa’s Top Wildlife Countries (Nov., $19.95) by Mark W. Nolting answers questions travelers need to know about Africa. 20,000 first printing. $25,000 ad/promo.
GRAPHIC ARTS CENTER
Culture Shock!: Success Secrets to Maximize Business in United Arab Emirates (Oct., $13.95) by Harvey and Margaret Tripp provides a crash course in local customs and etiquette.
Paris: Charming Small Hotels (Sept., $13.95) features evaluations, prices, contact information and more.
Café Life Rome: A Guidebook to the Cafés and Bars of the Eternal City (Oct., $15) by Joseph Wolff steers travelers through the best of Rome’s 5,000 bars.
Havana: A Cultural and Literary Companion (Oct., $15) by Claudia Lightfoot is a cultural, historical and literary insider’s guide to this city.
Knopf Guide: Tuscany; ...Tokyo; ...Venice (Oct., $14.95 each) present key basics to hotels, restaurants, nightspots, sights and day trips.
Lonely Planet Unpacked Again: More Travel Disaster Stories (Oct., $12.99) gathers tales, both funny and frightening, of imprisonment, mistaken identities, close encounters with wild creatures, foreign toilet etiquette and more.
Ports of Call: A Journey by Sea (Feb., $12.99) by Thorton McCamish. The author explores the romance of travel by ship.
Chomolungma Sings the Blues: Travels Round Everest (Nov., $14.95) by Ed Douglas offers a portrait of the people who live in the shadow of Everest and discusses the cultural impact of the mountaineering industries.
Israel and the Palestinian Territories (Jan., $26.95) by Kay Prag is a guide to the area.
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Bolivia (Sept., $9.95) by Marcela Lopez Levy profiles the country.
A Parisian in Brazil: The Travel Account of a Frenchwoman in Nineteenth-Century Rio de Janiero (Sept., $17.95), edited by June E. Hahner, provides a view of Brazil’s slaveholding society. Ad/promo.
The Unsavvy Traveler: Women’s Comic Tales of Catastrophe (Nov., $15.95), edited by Rosemary Caperton, Anne Mathews and Lucie Ocenas, contains 30 original essays.
Europe’s Wonderful Little Hotels & Inns 2002: Great Britain & Ireland; ...Continental Europe (Feb., $19.95), edited by Adam and Caroline Raphael, are 25th-anniversary editions of these guides based on reader evaluations.
TEN SPEED PRESS
The Grown-Up’s Guide to Retiring Abroad (Oct., $14.95) by Rosanne Knorr outlines everything retirees need to know about settling in a foreign country.
THAMES & HUDSON
Hip Hotels: Budget (Nov., $29.95) by Herbert Ypma celebrates hotels with originality, style and location—at an economical rate.
Independent Traveler’s Britain and Ireland 2002 (Jan., $19.95) is directed at students, backpackers and budget travelers.
Signpost Guide: Loire Valley (Jan., $22.95) provides practical information to guide motorists through unfamiliar routes, signs, traffic laws and parking.
THREE RIVERS PRESS
The Collected Traveler: Morocco: An Inspired Anthology & Travel Resource (Oct., $15), collected by Barrie Kerper, shows how to immerse yourself in the culture, food and history of the real Morocco.
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Good Honeymoon Guide (Nov., $19.95) by Lucy Hone is the revised, expanded and updated second edition of this guide.
Japan by Rail (Feb., $18.95) by Ramsey Zarifeh includes 60 city plans and rail routes.
Living in Japan: A Guide to Living, Working, and Traveling in Japan (Sept., $16.95) by Joy Norton and Tazuko Shibusawa offers practical advice on life in Japan.
Cuba—A Traveler’s Literary Companion (Feb., $13.95) by Ann Louise Bardach gathers Cuban short-fiction writing that provides insight for travelers.
NEIL WILSON PUBLISHING
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The Road North: 300 Years of Classic Scottish Travel Writing (Sept., $16), edited by June Skinner Sawyers, takes readers on a journey through Scotland as observed by renowned writers.
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A Literary Tour of Ireland (Sept., $22.95) by Elizabeth Healy identifies places associated with major figures of Irish literature.
Coast to Coast Ghosts: True Stories of Hauntings Across America (Sept., $14.95) by Leslie Rule reports ghost sightings and relates real-life ghost stories. 40,000 first printing.
Great Destinations Charleston, Savannah, & Coastal Islands Book: A Complete Guide, 4th Ed. (Sept., $18.95) by Cecily McMillan is a complete revision of this opinionated guide to the low country.
JOHN F. BLAIR
Romantic Kentucky (Oct., $10.95) by Leila Salisbury and Laura Sutton directs tourists to more than 300 romantic adventures.
Bike & Brew America: The Midwest Region (Sept., $16.95) by Todd Bryant Mercer details the region’s best mountain bike trail and brewpub pairings in 12 states and 33 cities.
New York (Feb., $14.95) by Vanessa Letts recommends bars, cafes and restaurants and includes sections on the city’s history.
Steeles on Wheels: A Year on the Road in an RV (Feb., $15.95) by Mark and Donia Steele takes a candid look at life on the road.
The Cheapskate’s Guide to Branson, Missouri: Hotels, Entertainment, Restaurants, Recreation, Special Events, and More (Dec., $12.95) by Connie Emerson guides tourists through this entertainment mecca.
50 Hikes in Southern Virginia: From the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Atlantic Ocean (Feb., $16.95) by Leonard Adkins highlights the variety of terrain.
Sacred Havens: A Guide to Spiritual Places in Manhattan (Oct., $18.95) by Terri Cook covers many ethnic traditions. Author tour.
Eyewitness Travel TOP 10 Guides: New York and ...Las Vegas (Feb., $9.95 each) explore the best attractions each city has to offer.
GLOBE PEQUOT PRESS
Maine Curiosities (Dec., $12.95) by Tim Sample reveals things overlooked on field trips, people with odd and amazing talents and other weird wonders.
New York Outdoor Escapes (Feb., $15.95) by Ted Scull profiles opportunities for hiking, biking and other outdoor sports within range of the Big Apple.
The Best American Travel Writing 2001 (Oct.; $13, cloth $27), edited by Jason Wilson, Paul Theroux guest editor, collects a wide range of travel writing. 75,000 first printing.
The Champlain & Hudson River Valleys Adventure Guide: Including the Green Mountains, Adirondacks, Catskills & Berkshires (Sept., $16.95) by Patricia and Robert Foulke explores the many possibilities offered throughout the area.
Knopf City Guide: Los Angeles and ...Miami (Oct., $14.95 each) are concise guides to key basics: hotels, restaurants, nightspots, sights and day trips.
The 50 Best Small Southern Towns (Oct., $16.95) by Gerald W. Sweitzer and Kathy M. Fields is a helpful relocation guide.
Coasting the Mountains (Sept., $15.95) by Judy Barnes et al. offers a lighthearted guide to the western North Carolina mountains.
PRINCETON ARCHITECTURAL PRESS
Campus Guide: University of California, Berkeley by Harvey Helfand and ...West Point U.S. Military Academy by Rod Miller (Jan., $24.95 each) offer inside looks at these campuses.
Best Places Las Vegas by James P. Reza; Best Places Phoenix by Sonya Goodwin Hemmings and Wendy Neri and Best Places Los Angeles by Stephanie Avnet Yates (Nov., $18.95 each) cover top attractions, restaurants, hotels and more.
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American Museum of Natural History: Official Guide (Sept., $7.95), edited by museum curators, is the official guidebook to the museum, including details on the Rose Center for Earth and Space and more.
OutAround: Miami & the Keys and OutAround: New York (Jan., $8.95 each) are guides geared to the interests of gay travelers.
Hidden Kauai: Including Hanalei, Princeville & Poipu, 1st Ed. by Ray Riegert and Hidden Salt Lake City & Beyond: Includes Park City, Deer Valley, Alta and Snowbird, 1st Ed. by Kurt Repanshek offer reviews and tips on these vacation spots.
UNIV. PRESS OF FLORIDA
The Hiking Trails of Florida’s National Forests, Parks, and Preserves (Oct., $16.95) by Johnny Molloy covers every trail, with vignettes of natural and human history.
Paddler’s Guide to the Sunshine State (Nov., $29.95) by Sandy Huff charts the way through 91 of Florida’s waterways.
New Mexico’s Sanctuaries, Retreats, and Sacred Places (Oct., $22.95) by Christina Nealson catalogues the state’s serene spots.
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The Colorado Almanac: Facts About Colorado, 1st Ed. (Oct., $12.95) by Thomas J. Noel presents interesting and up-to-date bits on the state.