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Posted on: Mar 1, 2010 @ 3:18:20 pm

Hoping for some travel time over Spring Break or the upcoming summer? Stop by and pick up a travel guide to make your trip planning easier. We have everything from local to international travel. While you're here, check out the new nonfiction books that might help you finish those papers before your vacation.


  • Bulgaria by Jonathan Bousfield
    "Whether exploring Sofia's magnificent churches or trying to decipher the Cyrillic alphabet, the Eyewitness Guide to Bulgaria is indispensable." —Publisher's Description
  • Fodor's Morocco by Mark Sullivan and Laura Kidder (eds.)
    "Experience Morocco like a local! Fodor’s Morocco, 4th Edition includes choices for every traveler, from browsing in the souks and lazing on Mediterranean beaches to riding a camel across the Sahara, and much more!" —Publisher's Description
  • Fodor's Prague
    "Experience Prague like a local! Fodor’s Prague includes choices for every traveler, from strolling past the cottages of Golden Lane and watching a black light theater performance to take the waters at a famous spa town, and much more!" —Publisher's Description
  • Laos by Jock O'Tailan
    "This fully updated guide to Southeast Asia’s most enigmatic country includes recommendations for the best places to stay—from elegant auberges to simple bamboo huts—and tips for the adventurous traveler on everything from visiting hill tribe villages to exploring the Ho Chi Minh trail." —Publisher's Description
  • Lonely Planet Ukraine by Sarah Johnstone
    "For sheer global reach and dogged research, attention must be paid to Lonely Planet." —Los Angeles Times
  • Philippines by Lindsay Bennett
    "The chapters are thematic essays with helpful hints and information on making the most of your island experience." —Publisher's Description


  • Domestic Tourism in Asia: Diversity and Divergence by Shalini Singh (ed.)
    "The book presents some of the many interfaces of Asian cultural and natural heritages with tourism, while giving due considerations to the political and economic realities of today." —Publisher's Description
  • Flying Across America: The Airline Passenger Experience by Daniel L. Rust
    "...traces the evolution of commercial air travel from the first transcontinental expeditions of the 1920s throughthe luxurious airline environments of the 1960s to the more hectic, fatiguing experiences of flying in the post-9/11 era." —Publisher's Description
  • Taste for Writing: Composition for Culinarians by Vivian C. Cadbury
    "Ms. Cadbury...chooses her words the way the master chef might choose his ingredients for a signature dish, carefully, purposefully, precisely. ...her words are crisp, concise, clear, and inviting - you might even say delicious!" —Sharon Zraly, Culinary Institute of America
  • Tourism & the Lodging Sector by Dallen J. Timothy and Victor B. Teye
    "The book offers an international perspective on topics such as sustainability, security, economic development, technology and globalization." —Publisher's Description
  • Tropical Hotels: Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Java, Bali by Kim Inglis, Jacob Termansen, and Pia Marie Molbech
    "With over 300 ravishingly beautiful, full-color photographs, this book doubles up as a guidebook to fabulous places to stay and a treasure trove of interior design and architecture." —Publisher's Description

Looking for something else? These are just a few of the items we have recently acquired. To find other books in the Rosen Library's collection, search the UCF Library Catalog. For assistance, please Ask a Rosen Librarian!



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