A Woman's Europe: True Stories by Marybeth BondA Woman's Europe: True Stories by Marybeth Bond

A Woman's Europe: True Stories

EditorMarybeth BondIntroduction byMary Morris

Paperback | July 9, 2004

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A Woman's Europe explores the romantic and exhilarating continent of Europe (including the British Isles and Scandinavia) from a woman's point of view. Women now represent the majority of leisure travelers and they are hungry for guidance from others who share their interests. They have always been drawn to Europe, whether to Italy's sensuous landscapes and breathtaking art, to France's romantic Riviera or effervescent Paris, to the deep spirituality of Celtic sites in Ireland and England or Goddess sites in Greece. The layers of history here resonate with women's sensibilities, and the stories in this book bring this history to life through exploration of places that have hardly changed in centuries or carry clues to the past in their modern profiles, and encounters with people who maintain proud traditions while enjoying a vibrant modern life. Europeans in general are better than Americans at making time for life's finer points, and the women in this collection show that they, too, know how to discover and appreciate the good life.
Marybeth Bond has not always been a Gutsy Woman. During summer camp, at the age of ten, she was nicknamed ÒMisty" because she had a bad case of homesickness. Not one of her counselors would have predicted the bright travel career that lay ahead.Now a nationally recognized travel expert, speaker, and media personality known as the ÒGuts...
Title:A Woman's Europe: True StoriesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8 × 5.13 × 0.77 inPublished:July 9, 2004Publisher:Travelers TalesLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1932361030

ISBN - 13:9781932361032

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