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3 Day Guide To Tokyo

RRP $18.99

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See. Eat. Sleep. Enjoy. A 72-Hour Guide to Tokyo, Japan.City breaks are perfect for those long weekends away. You go to a city and you've got only a short amount of time to see the sights, there's no time to get distracted.But what if you don't know exactly what to do and see? Which places to eat at? When the best time is to visit? An imperial mix of modern and traditional, from its neon signs to its Shinto shrines, Tokyo is the travel destination for anyone who desires anything but the "same old same." Located in the heart of the country's largest island of Honshu, Tokyo pulsates a sense of dynamism with impressive skylines and an ever-present surge of inhabitants. Tokyo is renowned for its Harajuku fashions, technological innovations, and rich cultural traditions. It is a city comprised of small towns and neighborhoods clustered together, each with its own history, flavor and atmosphere. The future home of the 2020 Summer Olympics, Tokyo has much to offer anyone who decides to visit this city, where the sun continues to rise.Inside 3-Day Guide to Tokyo: A 72-hour definitive guide on what to see, eat and enjoy in Tokyo, Japan:

  • History - we've put together a historic overview of Tokyo, guiding you through the stories behind the most famous landmarks of the city, such as the towering SkyTree, the loyal Hachiko and hopefully giving you some ideas along the way.
  • Climate - with a quick run-down of the climate you can ensure that you visit Tokyo at the time that's best for you. Teamed with the city overview you can make sure that you get all that you want from this visit.
  • City Overview - home to the Roppongi district and its bustling nightlife, it is almost guaranteed that life in Tokyo is never boring. The city overview lets you know what's happening so you won't miss anything that you might want to see.
  • Transport - Train, plane or sea, however you want to get to Tokyo, it's all made simpler with our handy guide to transport to and around the city. This book is packed with tips and tricks to help you keep travel stress free and cross the city like a local.
  • Sight-seeing - helping you to make the most of your visit and turn your holiday into the trip of a life time this guide is full of attractions to suit any type of adventurer, including; art, theater, music, night life, history, architecture, museums, landmarks, parks, sightseeing and so much more.
  • 3 Day Itinerary - For those of you who aren't sure exactly what to you want to see but want to plunge straight in to exploring Tokyo, there's a handy itinerary all drawn up for you. Filled with dozens of exciting ideas you can just pick and choose which parts you want to use and your trip of a lifetime is set.
  • Best Places for Any Budget - with comprehensive lists of the best places to eat, sleep and enjoy a night out all arranged by budget levels you're bound to find something for you no matter what your budget is and what you've come to see.Grab your copy of 3-Day Guide to Tokyo: A 72-hour definitive guide on what to see, eat and enjoy in Tokyo, Japan to begin experiencing thebest of Tokyo, today.

  • A Student/parent Guide To Travel Abroad

    RRP $14.99

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    Created to shepherd the entire family unit through the unfamiliar territory of any new culture, this small and inexpensive volume will benefit both the traveler and the guardian remaining at home. It includes the planning stages, the challenges and joys of being immersed in a foreign experience, and re-assimilation. The parallel page lay-out allows both the traveler and the stay-behind a vicarious empathy for their opposite view. The book includes basic cultural concepts without lecturing.


    Inspiration - A Users Guide

    RRP $24.99

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    'Inspiration: A User's Guide' inspires readers to achieve what they were put on the planet to do, and to 'become what they were meant to be'. The book is a 'travel guide' to inspiration, with the experience of seasoned, inspired travellers at its heart. It includes hints and tips, likely problems and how to overcome them, reflections on why inspiration is so important, and the benefits of becoming and staying inspired.


    A Little House Traveler

    RRP $17.99

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    Laura Ingalls Wilder crossed the country by covered wagon, by train, and by car. Here, Laura's journal entries and letters from three of her most memorable journeys have been collected in one volume. On the Way Home recounts her 1894 move with her daughter, Rose, and her husband, Almanzo, from South Dakota to Mansfield, Missouri, where Laura would live for the rest of her life. In West From Home, Laura wrote letters to Almanzo about her adventures as she traveled to California in 1915 to visit Rose. Finally, The Road Back tells the story of Laura and Almanzo's first trip back to DeSmet in 1931, the town where Laura grew up and where she fell in love with Almanzo.

    Laura's candid sense of humor and keen eye for observation shine in this wonderful collection of writings about the many places she called home.


    The Community Partner Guide To Campus Collaborations

    RRP $311.99

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    Based upon years of field experience, this Guide is addressed to you, whether your non-profit has experience of working with university interns or volunteers but wants to deepen and increase the effectiveness of the relationship; whether your agency is starting to explore how to improve client services through a campus collaboration; or whether you work for an NGO interested in partnering with universities across borders to effect positive change and draw attention to the challenges, resources, and needs of your community. This Guide offers insights and strategies to leverage student learning and community empowerment for the benefit of both parties. Recognizing both the possibilities and the pitfalls of community-campus collaborations, it demystifies the often confusing terminology of education, explains how to locate the right individuals on campus, and addresses issues of mission, expectations for roles, tasks, training, supervision, and evaluation that can be fraught with miscommunication and misunderstanding. Most importantly it provides a model for achieving full reciprocity in what can be an unbalanced relationship between community and campus partners so that all stakeholders can derive the maximum benefit from their collaboration. This Guide is also available in sets of six or twelve, at reduced prices, to facilitate its use for planning, and for training of leaders engaged in partnerships.



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