Passport's Guide to Ethnic London

Author: Ian McAuley

Publisher: Contemporary Books


Category: Travel

Page: 224

View: 193

Ethnic London is your passport to the exotic locations and foreign cultures of a place Disraeli once called 'a nation, not a city.' This handy guidebook helps you discover a different London--the exotic restaurants, unique shops, and fascination neighborhoods of London's many cultures.

Behind the Japanese Bow

Author: Boye De Mente

Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Contemporary


Category: Travel

Page: 147

View: 262

To deal effectively with the Japanese, Westerners must not only be familiar with the kata, but must also know how and when to induce the Japanese to break the kata and behave in a non-Japanese way.
Business & Economics

International Herald Tribune Guide to Business Travel in Asia

Author: Robert K. McCabe

Publisher: National Textbook Company


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 186

View: 837

Provides information on business practices, transportation, currency, hotels, restaurants, and nightlife in sixteen key business locations throughout Asia

Passport's Guide to Ethnic Toronto

Author: Robert J. Kasher

Publisher: Lincolnwood, Ill. : Passport Books


Category: Travel

Page: 368

View: 247

"Ethnic Toronto" is your passport to the world's most multicultural city. This handy guidebook presents the rich tapestry of ethnic communities as it takes you through a treasure trove of restaurants, shops, bakeries, food shops, cultural associations, churches, nightclubs, festivals, and parades.

Alternative Travel Directory

Author: Clayton Allen Hubbs

Publisher: Transitions Abroad Pub


Category: Reference

Page: 304

View: 468

An annotated list of contacts and resources for longterm overseas travelers, including information on several kinds of independent travel, such as senior travel, disability travel, and volunteer programs; study abroad for adults and teens; and living abroad.
Best books

Going Places

Author: Gregory Hayes

Publisher: Harvard, Mass. : Harvard Common Press


Category: Best books

Page: 772

View: 223

Don't waste hours sifting through the wrong books. This book has done all that work for you.
Foreign Language Study

Just Enough Russian

Author: Passport Books

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education


Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 128

View: 181

Covers the essential travel topics to communicate quickly and easily in any situation.

Passport's Guide to the Business Capitals of the World

Author: Graham Boynton

Publisher: National Textbook Company Trade


Category: Reference

Page: 320

View: 598

Describes the character of thirty-one major cities around the world, recommends hotels and restaurants, and provides information on nightlife and transportation


Author: Rob Humphreys



Category: Travel

Page: 641

View: 634

Describes and reviews the sights and sounds of London, including shopping, accomodations, food, and attractions

Universal Studios, Florida

Author: Tom Tipton



Category: Travel

Page: 181

View: 188

A guide to one of the fastest-growing theme parks in Florida provides tips on VIP tours, studio tours, 400 acres of rides, restaurants, and facilities for the physically challenged
Social Science

Culture of Cities-- Under Construction

Author: Culture of Cities Project

Publisher: Oakville, Ont. : Mosaic Press


Category: Social Science

Page: 261

View: 979

The Culture of Cities Project is an international interdisciplinary five-year research project studying the lived experience of place in urban life. Areas of research focus on building and rebuilding, the circulation of objects and artifacts, representation of locality, the arts and citizenship. The purpose is to sustain the dialogue on the good city and the good of the city that is implicit or a tacit feature of research and commentary on urban life, and to inquire systematically into the various ways in which this dialogue is engage, repressed or redefined in the everyday life of cities. Settings in Montreal, Toronto, Berlin and Dublin constitue sites for ethnographic and interpretive research.

Japan Made Easy

Author: Boye De Mente

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional


Category: Travel

Page: 263

View: 140

This practical guide is filled with tips on handling everyday and unexpected events, along with insights about key customs in Japan. It is a book that makes living and traveling in today's Japan a fascinating and satisfying experience by helping readers to cross the culture bridge.