Military Travel Reading List
The travel opportunities available to the military community are near endless. Everything from low-cost lodging on military bases and Armed Forces Recreation Centers to Space-A flights and Space-A Time-shares throughout the world. So whether you are currently stationed overseas, have new orders or are just planning a Space-A trip, please use these books and links to help you plan.
2001 Europe's Great Cities (Fodor's Europe's Great Cities) by
Ellen E. Browne (Editor)
Selective coverage of the 17 most popular European capitals, including London, Paris, Prague, Budapest, Brussels, Madrid, Florence, and Copenhagen
Guide to European Camping : Explore Europe With Rv or Tent by
Mike Church, Terri Church
My husband and I have used this book on numerous camping excursions while living in Europe this past year. The guide is well written, with good descriptions and useful information. Camp-sights are easy to find with clear directions. Prices and amenities are listed, using easy-to-read symbols. A brief section also outlines nearby sights and recreation, as well as access to public transportation into cities. European camping is a wonderful way to explore the continent on a budget and the campgrounds are unlike anything in the States. This book is an essential tool for camping in Europe! Amazon Review.
Traveler's Guide to D-Day and the Battle for Normandy (The Traveler's Guides to the Battles & Battlefields of WW II)
Carl Shilleto, Mike Tolhurst
the Windows of Paris : Fifty Unique Shops by
Each of the 50 listings--every one the sort of establishment you'd love to seek out on your next trip. Amazon Review.
Castles and Palaces by
Klaus Merten (Editor), Paolo Marton (Photographer), Uwe Albrecht
I love this book. The photography is just fabulous. If you ever wanted to know what the German Castles and Palaces look like, or are planning a trip to Germany and would like to see some of them, this is the book for you! Also, the history is very informative. I just can't say enough for this book! I am an artist, and I have never seen such an artful display of art from a bygone era. WOW! Amazon Review.
Rome : Monuments Past and Present
by R. A. Staccioli
The Monuments Past and Present series explores the ancient regions of Rome, Greece, and Pompeii with an eye toward contrasting what they were with what they are today. Important monuments and districts are presented with overlays that clearly depict how these notable ancient sites look today and how they may have appeared when first built. These titles are excellent resources for travelers, students, and anyone else interested in the fascinating histories of these ancient regions. Amazon Review.
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