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Author(s): Karen Brown
Book Pages: 199 - Publish Date: 2006 - Publisher: Karen Brown's Guides
Description: This guide to Austria conveys the genuine hospitality, cosy ambiance and country simplicity that make Austria such a treasure to visit, and comes complete with easy to follow itineraries.
Book Pages: 449 - Publish Date: 2006 - Publisher: Karen Brown's Guides
Description: From the southern shores of Sicily to the northern mountains and all points in between seven regional itineraries explore Italy from tip to toe. Features the major cities of Rome, Venice, Florence and Milan as well as the backroads of Umbria and hilltowns of Tuscany. Over 260 fabulous hotels. Great food, great wine, an ideal climate, gracious people and rich cultural tradition make Italy a traveler's dream destination.
Book Pages: 429 - Publish Date: 2011-04-05 - Publisher: Univ of California Press
Description: "Brown weaves together fictional, biographical, and ethnological narratives into a moving account of the life of a Vodou community and its leader, Mama Lola. This book belies the stereotypes that still distort the image of this ancient religion in the academic as well as the popular mind."—Albert J. Raboteau, Princeton University "An eloquent contribution to the emerging feminist paradigm of sch...
Book Pages: 272 - Publish Date: 1998-01-01 - Publisher: Univ of California Press
Description: Examines the California artist's life and work, offering reproductions of many of her pieces
Book Pages: 254 - Publish Date: 2006 - Publisher: Karen Brown's Guides
Description: This guide focuses on inns and small hotels in New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont and Massachusetts. It includes easy to follow itineraries in regions of prime interest and reviews based on the charm of the inn, its setting, cleanliness, and above all, the warmth of welcome.
Book Pages: 128 - Publish Date: 2008 - Publisher: Karnac Books
Description: The authors investigate the meaning and purpose of boundaries within and around the therapeutic experience. The term boundary is borrowed from geography; as in geography, boundaries can function as barriers or delineators. They can "keep in" or "keep out"; they can hinder or enable safe passage from one place to another. A boundary is more than a simple line delineating one space from another; it ...
Book Pages: 240 - Publish Date: 2006 - Publisher: Karen Brown's Guides
Description: Portugal was once one of the world's greatest powers. Castles, fortresses, mansions and cathedrals are reminders today. This guide enables you to discover the most charming and historic places to stay and provides itineraries that will lead you to them by the most scenic and interesting routes.
Book Pages: 407 - Publish Date: 2006 - Publisher: Karen Brown's Guides
Description: This guide to Mexico includes a selection of beautiful and comfortable inns and small hotels from all over the country. It includes easy to follow itineraries in regions of prime interest and reviews based on the charm of the inn, its setting, cleanliness, and above all, the warmth of welcome.
Book Pages: 389 - Publish Date: 2006 - Publisher: Karen Brown's Guides
Description: Presents eleven itineraries, from touring the chateaux of the Loire to exploring the hilltowns of Provence, and more. This book presents over 200 magnificent places to stay: elegant chateaux, cozy inns, refined manors and elegant small hotels. It can help you take advantage of an opportunity to live France every minute, 24 hours a day.
Book Pages: 329 - Publish Date: 2006 - Publisher: Karen Brown's Guides
Description: The accommodations selected in this book are not based on price, but rather on charm, comfort, location, and, above all, warmth of welcome. Each is described in detail and illustrated with a pen-and-ink drawing.