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Series: Let's Go. Publisher: Let's Go Publications (December 1, 2000). Apparently, the WHOLE COUNTRY is on a 5 day holiday. This has been going on for the past 2-3 years. When you look in the book, it only tells you that 5/1 and 10/1 are holidays. No, no, no. Majority of the country is on the move.

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Let's Go 2001: Boston: The World's Bestselling Budget Travel Series epub download

ISBN13: 978-0312246921

ISBN: 0312246927

Author: Let's Go Inc.

Category: Travel

Subcategory: United States

Language: English

Publisher: Let's Go Publications (December 1, 2000)

Pages: 336 pages

ePUB size: 1933 kb

FB2 size: 1728 kb

Rating: 4.4

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Anayalore
I am not sure Harvard makes you a good travel writer. Take what you think is the average Harvard student and stick them in the middle of a strange country on a very limited budget. Now imagine them writing a book about it--- that is Let's Go.
The books vary like the students (with no experience) that write them. They perform a decent job, but should be supplemented especially if the book covers multiple countries. If you are on a cheap budget then use their accomodation list and someone else's book to help you around.
Greece---the islands at least---is different... everyone and their dog will be waiting for you at the ferry landing offering you a place to stay. If you are with a goup take one of the offers, they are (inexpensive) and for the most part nice.
If you are alone, the people will just rent you a group room for the same group price. Traveling alone is the only time the Greece book will (marginally) help because you might be able to actually find something cheaper.
Anayalore
I am not sure Harvard makes you a good travel writer. Take what you think is the average Harvard student and stick them in the middle of a strange country on a very limited budget. Now imagine them writing a book about it--- that is Let's Go.
The books vary like the students (with no experience) that write them. They perform a decent job, but should be supplemented especially if the book covers multiple countries. If you are on a cheap budget then use their accomodation list and someone else's book to help you around.
Greece---the islands at least---is different... everyone and their dog will be waiting for you at the ferry landing offering you a place to stay. If you are with a goup take one of the offers, they are (inexpensive) and for the most part nice.
If you are alone, the people will just rent you a group room for the same group price. Traveling alone is the only time the Greece book will (marginally) help because you might be able to actually find something cheaper.
Swordsong
I wish I'd had this book on my last trip to Amsterdam. However, it has been fantastic for planning my next European foray. It covers all the countries of Western Europe, and carries pretty detailed information about each of them. For instance, it tells women, when in Marseilles how to tell French men to piss off in French! And also tells you what streets to avoid after dark. The reason why it is detailed is because the editors not only take the trips themselves, but they also do it every year. Ah, tough job huh?
At any rate, my trip is a multi country one, and bam! Page 6 has the perfect outline for doing just that. What more could I ask for? How about the Let's Go team pays for my trip? No? Well, it was worth a try. A few of the things I like is that information is detailed when it needs to be, and vague when it needs to be. For instance, train schedules, and ticket prices are kept ballpark figure. Lists of hotels, also with curfew times, so you don't get left out in the cold. Historical backgrounds of each country so you can wow the locals with the interest you show in their lovely countries. Tongue-in-cheek humor to keep you from falling asleep. Paper back so you can beat hell out of it, and you look like you know your way around the place. What is missing though are the color maps promised on the back cover. Small enough to fit in your pack, or thick enough to beat off Parisian muggers. I just love a travel book that explains the mystical contents of Haggis, don't you?
I highly recommend this book, not only for it's value, but for the plethora of useful information hidden within it's matte finish cover. I think it will make any backpack traveler's life much easier, in both planning and execution.
Swordsong
I wish I'd had this book on my last trip to Amsterdam. However, it has been fantastic for planning my next European foray. It covers all the countries of Western Europe, and carries pretty detailed information about each of them. For instance, it tells women, when in Marseilles how to tell French men to piss off in French! And also tells you what streets to avoid after dark. The reason why it is detailed is because the editors not only take the trips themselves, but they also do it every year. Ah, tough job huh?
At any rate, my trip is a multi country one, and bam! Page 6 has the perfect outline for doing just that. What more could I ask for? How about the Let's Go team pays for my trip? No? Well, it was worth a try. A few of the things I like is that information is detailed when it needs to be, and vague when it needs to be. For instance, train schedules, and ticket prices are kept ballpark figure. Lists of hotels, also with curfew times, so you don't get left out in the cold. Historical backgrounds of each country so you can wow the locals with the interest you show in their lovely countries. Tongue-in-cheek humor to keep you from falling asleep. Paper back so you can beat hell out of it, and you look like you know your way around the place. What is missing though are the color maps promised on the back cover. Small enough to fit in your pack, or thick enough to beat off Parisian muggers. I just love a travel book that explains the mystical contents of Haggis, don't you?
I highly recommend this book, not only for it's value, but for the plethora of useful information hidden within it's matte finish cover. I think it will make any backpack traveler's life much easier, in both planning and execution.
Andromajurus
If you are going to Europe for a month or more and have a flexible travel plan (or no real plan at all) and an inflexible budget, this book is for you! Since it covers all of Europe, the information on any given country or city is somewhat limited - but the bottom line is that if you have this book (and a few bucks) in your rucksack, you probably won't have to worry about sleeping in the street or missing a European highlight - even if you decide to get off the train in a particular city on impulse with no reservations....and even less of a clue of what to see and do!
Let's Go does a great job of giving you the best sites, several choices of decent hostels or budget hotels, a list of "hot spots" for meeting folks, and a selection of places to eat cheap - often conveniently broken down by area of the city! These guidebooks have an excellent, readable style, basic maps, and a frank, honest assesment of what you are in for at any given hostel or attraction - often with a little humor thrown in as a bonus (which is, by the way, an attribute which all indy travelers MUST have in abundance).
That having been said, if you have your destination(s) selected in advance and your travel schedule all planned out in detail, you might consider purchasing an appropriate individual country or regional guidebook instead. This book is HEAVY and bulky in a rucksack, so if you know at the outset that you will not be going to most of the countries covered, consider the country guides instead.
Andromajurus
If you are going to Europe for a month or more and have a flexible travel plan (or no real plan at all) and an inflexible budget, this book is for you! Since it covers all of Europe, the information on any given country or city is somewhat limited - but the bottom line is that if you have this book (and a few bucks) in your rucksack, you probably won't have to worry about sleeping in the street or missing a European highlight - even if you decide to get off the train in a particular city on impulse with no reservations....and even less of a clue of what to see and do!
Let's Go does a great job of giving you the best sites, several choices of decent hostels or budget hotels, a list of "hot spots" for meeting folks, and a selection of places to eat cheap - often conveniently broken down by area of the city! These guidebooks have an excellent, readable style, basic maps, and a frank, honest assesment of what you are in for at any given hostel or attraction - often with a little humor thrown in as a bonus (which is, by the way, an attribute which all indy travelers MUST have in abundance).
That having been said, if you have your destination(s) selected in advance and your travel schedule all planned out in detail, you might consider purchasing an appropriate individual country or regional guidebook instead. This book is HEAVY and bulky in a rucksack, so if you know at the outset that you will not be going to most of the countries covered, consider the country guides instead.
Qutalan
Having traveled a great deal using a vast array of guides, this is one of the best guides I've ever encountered. Reviews are frank, accurate, and honest. The writers are friendly and assume you know little to nothing about the area itself. It features all the standard maps as well as many options for lodging, food, and entertainment in virtually all tourist destinations- even those off the beaten track. It is worth noting that if you are interested in staying in five-star hotels, this is not the book to consult. It is geared mainly for young travellers sticking to a budget, willing to stay in hostels and looking for cheap deals on food, drink and entertainment.

The editors provide lots of practical information, such as hours of operation and directions to places such as train stations, airports, bus terminals, places to buy traveler's checks, and where you can access the Internet. Their numbers, addresses, and prices are up-to-date, something of which other guides such as Lonely Planet would do well to take note.
Descriptions of hostels provide contact information as well as candid observations about the clientele, room quality, and quirks, such as resident dogs and friendly staff members. I found it particularly helpful since there were so many hostels in major cities - the descriptions give you more to go on than just the price and location.

I spent six months travelling around Australia, and the binding on my book was broken within several weeks. I always consulted it before hitting the road and found so much useful information. I later loaned it out to a friend who found it equally helpful. I always carry at least two guidebooks to a destination, but can honestly say the Let's Go guide was sufficient on its own to carry me through my travels. Australia is a wonderful country with much to see and do. I highly recommend this guide for getting around, particularly if you are travelling on a budget.
Qutalan
Having traveled a great deal using a vast array of guides, this is one of the best guides I've ever encountered. Reviews are frank, accurate, and honest. The writers are friendly and assume you know little to nothing about the area itself. It features all the standard maps as well as many options for lodging, food, and entertainment in virtually all tourist destinations- even those off the beaten track. It is worth noting that if you are interested in staying in five-star hotels, this is not the book to consult. It is geared mainly for young travellers sticking to a budget, willing to stay in hostels and looking for cheap deals on food, drink and entertainment.

The editors provide lots of practical information, such as hours of operation and directions to places such as train stations, airports, bus terminals, places to buy traveler's checks, and where you can access the Internet. Their numbers, addresses, and prices are up-to-date, something of which other guides such as Lonely Planet would do well to take note.
Descriptions of hostels provide contact information as well as candid observations about the clientele, room quality, and quirks, such as resident dogs and friendly staff members. I found it particularly helpful since there were so many hostels in major cities - the descriptions give you more to go on than just the price and location.

I spent six months travelling around Australia, and the binding on my book was broken within several weeks. I always consulted it before hitting the road and found so much useful information. I later loaned it out to a friend who found it equally helpful. I always carry at least two guidebooks to a destination, but can honestly say the Let's Go guide was sufficient on its own to carry me through my travels. Australia is a wonderful country with much to see and do. I highly recommend this guide for getting around, particularly if you are travelling on a budget.