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1000 Places to See Before You Die by Patricia Schultz
  

1000 Places to See Before You Die

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February 2012 Travel Book of the Month.

Presents the 1,000 most astonishing destinations in the world and brings them to life in lively, evocative prose that reveals why the place is so wonderful. This title offers a greater variety of hotel and restaurant choices, including more budget-conscious options.

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1000 Places to See Before You Die by Patricia Schultz

Discerning world traveller Patricia Schultz hand picks the 1,000 most astonishing destinations in the world and brings them to life in lively, evocative prose that reveals why the place is so wonderful. Best time information and the essential contact information will help you get there. What's different about the new edition? Every entry has been reviewed and assessed to make sure it's still worthy of inclusion in the book, then re-written 200 all-new entries. It features 25 countries that were not included before, including Qatar, Greenland, South Korea, Estonia, and the Maldives. It has a greater variety of hotel and restaurant choices, including more budget-conscious options.

Reviews

[ 1,000 Places to See Before You Die ] has joined the canon of classic reference tomes that earn periodic updates and cozy homes on the bookshelf next to the thesaurus. It is sure to land under many trees this year. - TIME.com Globe-trotters and vicarious adventure-seekers alike will find this full revamp of a world traveler's bible even more informative and inspiring than before. - ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY

Schultz has given her iconic guide a complete makeover. With 500 new photographs, 200 new entries and 28 new countries, the second edition is more informative, budget-conscious and user-friendly. - BOOKPAGE

Patricia Schultz's classic bucket list book of travel musts have been updated, and the second edition has full color, revised information and about 200 new entries. It's fun to peruse when putting together your travel wish list. - CHICAGO SUN-TIMES

1,000 Places to See Before You Die is out in a new full-color second edition, and should set anybody's imagination soaring. It is a book to browse under the Snuggie on a long winter night and daydream with.

- DELAWARE STAR NEWS

The perennial guide to iconic travel destination is back with a brand-new edition. We read the entire book, stopping to gasp, comment and bookmark several pages along the way. - THE HUFFINGTON POST She [Schultz] has managed to work a little literary magic here--and still keep her original 1,000 favorite places--by reorganizing and rewriting the content of the first edition. As always, her entries are irresistibly idiosyncratic, from 'Beer in Belgium
to

'The Last Supper'
and Other Works of Leonardo Da Vinci

.


- CHICAGO TRIBUNE

For travelers who think they've seen it all, surely there's a place you haven't visited in this newly revised classic bestseller.

- PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE

It's a big world out there, which makes it hard to decide on a vacation destination. The Internet can seem just as vast when it comes time to research. That's why Patricia Schultz's 1,000 Places to See Before You Die deserves a place on your bookshelf. The revised version of the 2003 bestseller is a great inspiration tool that includes both the obvious...and the less so. - THE WASHINGTON POST

The names of authors who have sold millions of travel guidebooks are widely known: Fodor. Frommer. Steves. Oh, and don't forget Schultz. You know, Patricia Schultz. Still not familiar? Her signature title surely is:
1

,000 Places to See Before You Die.
The travel expert who launched legions of bucket lists back in 2003 (before we even knew what a bucket list was) has just come out with a massive

, full-color second edition and companion iPad app. - SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS

Whether they're outdoor adventures or simply armchair travelers, readers on your holiday list will enjoy 1,000 Places to See Before You Die. Informative, clear and accessible.

- VENTURA COUNTY STAR [ 1,000 Places to See Before You Die ] has joined the canon of classic reference tomes that earn periodic updates and cozy homes on the bookshelf next to the thesaurus. It is sure to land under many trees this year. - TIME.com Globe-trotters and vicarious adventure-seekers alike will find this full revamp of a world traveler s bible even more informative and inspiring than before. - ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY

Schultz has given her iconic guide a complete makeover. With 500 new photographs, 200 new entries and 28 new countries, the second edition is more informative, budget-conscious and user-friendly. - BOOKPAGE

It s a big world out there, which makes it hard to decide on a vacation destination. The Internet can seem just as vast when it comes time to research. That s why Patricia Schultz s 1,000 Places to See Before You Die deserves a place on your bookshelf. The revised version of the 2003 bestseller is a great inspiration tool that includes both the obvious and the less so. - THE WASHINGTON POST

She [Schultz] has managed to work a little literary magic here and still keep her original 1,000 favorite places by reorganizing and rewriting the content of the first edition. As always, her entries are irresistibly idiosyncratic, from Beer in Belgium to The Last Supper and Other Works of Leonardo Da Vinci. - CHICAGO TRIBUNE

The names of authors who have sold millions of travel guidebooks are widely known: Fodor. Frommer. Steves. Oh, and don't forget Schultz. You know, Patricia Schultz. Still not familiar? Her signature title surely is: 1,000 Places to See Before You Die. The travel expert who launched legions of bucket lists back in 2003 (before we even knew what a bucket list was) has just come out with a massive, full-color second edition and companion iPad app. - SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS

Whether they re outdoor adventures or simply armchair travelers, readers on your holiday list will enjoy 1,000 Places to See Before You Die. Informative, clear and accessible. - VENTURA COUNTY STAR

The perennial guide to iconic travel destination is back with a brand-new edition. We read the entire book, stopping to gasp, comment and bookmark several pages along the way. - THE HUFFINGTON POST Patricia Schultz s classic bucket list book of travel musts have been updated, and the second edition has full color, revised information and about 200 new entries. It s fun to peruse when putting together your travel wish list. - CHICAGO SUN-TIMES

For travelers who think they ve seen it all, surely there s a place you haven t visited in this newly revised classic bestseller. - PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE

1,000 Places to See Before You Die is out in a new full-color second edition, and should set anybody s imagination soaring. It is a book to browse under the Snuggie on a long winter night and daydream with. - DELAWARE STAR NEWS

At last, a book that tells you what's beautiful, what's fun and what's just unforgettable--everywhere on earth. --Newsweek

The perennial guide to iconic travel destination....We read the entire book, stopping to gasp, comment and bookmark several pages along the way. --The Huffington Post

[1,000 Places to See Before You Die] has joined the canon of classic reference tomes that earn periodic updates and cozy homes on the bookshelf next to the thesaurus. It is sure to land under many trees this year. --TIME.com Globe-trotters and vicarious adventure-seekers alike will find this full revamp of a world traveler's bible even more informative and inspiring than before. --Entertainment Weekly

Schultz has given her iconic guide a complete makeover. With 500 new photographs, 200 new entries and 28 new countries, the second edition is more informative, budget-conscious and user-friendly. --BookPage

It's a big world out there, which makes it hard to decide on a vacation destination. The Internet can seem just as vast when it comes time to research. That's why Patricia Schultz's 1,000 Places to See Before You Die deserves a place on your bookshelf. A great inspiration tool that includes both the obvious...and the less so. --The Washington Post

She [Schultz] has managed to work a little literary magic here--and still keep her original 1,000 favorite places--by reorganizing and rewriting the content of the first edition. As always, her entries are irresistibly idiosyncratic, from 'Beer in Belgium
to

'The Last Supper'
and Other Works of Leonardo Da Vinci

.


--Chicago Tribune

The names of authors who have sold millions of travel guidebooks are widely known: Fodor. Frommer. Steves. Oh, and don't forget Schultz. You know, Patricia Schultz. Still not familiar? Her signature title surely is: '1,000 Places to See Before You Die.' [She is] the travel expert who launched legions of bucket lists back in 2003 (before we even knew what a bucket list was). --San Jose Mercury News

Whether they're outdoor adventures or simply armchair travelers, readers on your holiday list will enjoy 1,000 Places to See Before You Die. Informative, clear and accessible. --Ventura County Star

Patricia Schultz's classic bucket list book of travel musts have been updated, and the second edition has full color, revised information and about 200 new entries. It's fun to peruse when putting together your travel wish list. --Chicago Sun Times 1,000 Places to See Before You Die...should set anybody's imagination soaring. It is a book to browse under the Snuggie on a long winter night and daydream with. --Delaware Star News For travelers who think they've seen it all, surely there's a place you haven't visited in this newly revised classic bestseller. --Pittsburgh Post Gazette At last, a book that tells you what's beautiful, what's fun and what's just unforgettable everywhere on earth. Newsweek The perennial guide to iconic travel destination....We read the entire book, stopping to gasp, comment and bookmark several pages along the way. The Huffington Post [1,000 Places to See Before You Die] has joined the canon of classic reference tomes that earn periodic updates and cozy homes on the bookshelf next to the thesaurus. It is sure to land under many trees this year. TIME.com Globe-trotters and vicarious adventure-seekers alike will find this full revamp of a world traveler s bible even more informative and inspiring than before. Entertainment Weekly Schultz has given her iconic guide a complete makeover. With 500 new photographs, 200 new entries and 28 new countries, the second edition is more informative, budget-conscious and user-friendly. BookPage It s a big world out there, which makes it hard to decide on a vacation destination. The Internet can seem just as vast when it comes time to research. That s why Patricia Schultz s 1,000 Places to See Before You Die deserves a place on your bookshelf. A great inspiration tool that includes both the obvious and the less so. The Washington Post

She [Schultz] has managed to work a little literary magic here and still keep her original 1,000 favorite places by reorganizing and rewriting the content of the first edition. As always, her entries are irresistibly idiosyncratic, from Beer in Belgium to The Last Supper and Other Works of Leonardo Da Vinci. Chicago Tribune The names of authors who have sold millions of travel guidebooks are widely known: Fodor. Frommer. Steves. Oh, and don't forget Schultz. You know, Patricia Schultz. Still not familiar? Her signature title surely is: 1,000 Places to See Before You Die. [She is] the travel expert who launched legions of bucket lists back in 2003 (before we even knew what a bucket list was). San Jose Mercury News Whether they re outdoor adventures or simply armchair travelers, readers on your holiday list will enjoy 1,000 Places to See Before You Die. Informative, clear and accessible. Ventura County Star Patricia Schultz s classic bucket list book of travel musts have been updated, and the second edition has full color, revised information and about 200 new entries. It s fun to peruse when putting together your travel wish list. Chicago Sun Times 1,000 Places to See Before You Die...should set anybody s imagination soaring. It is a book to browse under the Snuggie on a long winter night and daydream with. Delaware Star News For travelers who think they ve seen it all, surely there s a place you haven t visited in this newly revised classic bestseller. Pittsburgh Post Gazette


About the Author

Patricia Schultz

Patricia Schultz is also the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller 1,000 Places to See in the United States and Canada Before You Die. A veteran travel journalist with 25 years of experience, she has written for guides such as Frommer’s and Berlitz and periodicals including The Wall Street Journal and Everyday With Rachael Ray. She also executive-produced a Travel Channel television show based on 1,000 Places to See Before You Die. Her home base is New York City.

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1st January 2012

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Patricia Schultz

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