Palm Springs has something for everyone. If you love nature, there are spectacular hiking trails to explore, and the breath-taking Aerial Tramway. If art is your passion, take in the Palm Springs Art Museum, or the Uptown District’s galleries. How about architecture? After all, you’ll be in the heart of Mid-Century Modern and Spanish Revival! And when you need to refuel, take your pick from the many friendly (and festive!) restaurants and bars all over downtown, and throughout the Coachella Valley. From the stark beauty of Joshua Tree National Park to exciting gay nightlife and resorts—including insider tips on cafes, restaurants, and shops—this concise little pocket guide will help you plan your trip with confidence. However short your stay, it’s all you’ll need to make your visit enjoyable, memorable—and easy! (And trust us: We think you’ll be back…) After writing 50 European travel guides, the authors have turned their attention to their home town. Palm Springs Made Easy includes insider tips on what to see, where to sleep, where to eat, and where to shop!
Europe Made Easy Travel Guides feature destinations throughout Europe. Even though we can't visit now, here are five sights in one of our destinations. Can you name them? Today we feature sights from our Barcelona Made Easy guide.
Europe Made Easy Travel Guides feature destinations throughout Europe. Even though we can't visit now, here are five sights in one of our destinations. Can you name them? Today we feature sights from our Amsterdam Made Easy guide.
Europe Made Easy Travel Guides feature destinations throughout Europe. Even though we can't visit now, here are five sights in one of our destinations. Can you name them? Today we feature sights from our Berlin Made Easy guide.
In addition to our popular travel journals, our food and fitness journal is now available on our website and amazon.com.
Track your eating, drinking, and exercise habits with our food and fitness journal! This daily diary will help you monitor your calories in and calories out over 52 weeks, so you can follow where you’ve been and where you’re going on your way to better health. Take your first step today to a healthier future!
Europe Made Easy Travel Guides have you covered for your trip to Spain! Available now in ebook and paperback on amazon.com.
The third edition of "Paris Walks" is now available featuring ten walks through the neighborhoods of Paris. This edition features two new walks along the Canal St-Martin and along the Seine River. Now available through our website www.eatndrink.com and amazon.com in paperback and Kindle.
The most complete Italian-language menu translator available, plus great restaurant picks for Italy’s major cities and towns! Available on amazon.com.
The 10th edition of Eating & Drinking in Paris is now available in paperback and ebook. This menu translator and restaurant guide features:
3,000 food-related words and phrases
100 fabulous places to eat and drink
30 unique food and wine stores
10 simple rules for dining in Paris
10 great outdoor markets.
Now available on amazon.com.
#1 Relax at a cafe: Relaxing at a café is one of the greatest pleasures of a trip to Paris. You can learn more sitting in a café for an hour than spending the day in a museum. In Paris, people-watching is like no other place in the world. Eating & Drinking in Paris will help you navigate the cafes, wine bars, and restaurants of Paris.
#2 Visit one of the lesser-known museums: Musée Marmottan-Claude Monet is named after Paul Marmottan, who donated his beautiful home to house his collection of historic furnishings. In 1966, when Monet’s son died in an automobile accident, the museum received over 130 works by the artist, including Impression-Sunrise, from which the Impressionist movement is said to have gotten its name. In addition to the well-known water lilies and paintings of his house in Giverny, you’ll also see Renoir’s portrait of Monet. Paris Made Easy will help you discover some of the lesser-know museums of Paris.
#3 Get your walk on: The real reason the French are thin ...
The French have two-hour lunches with lots of wine and dinners that include dishes smothered with delicious cream sauces, even more wine and sinful desserts. So why are they so thin? It’s simple: They walk everywhere. To the market, to the cinema and yes, to the bistro. Now, you too can travel to Paris, eat and drink all you want and (hopefully!) not gain a pound. All you have to do is venture out on the walks in our Paris Walks book.
Andy Herbach is the author of the Eating & Drinking series of menu translators and restaurant guides, including Eating & Drinking in Italy , Eating & Drinking in Paris , and Eating & Drinking in Spain and Portugal . He is also the co-author of Wining & Dining in Paris and
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