As travel editor of Mademoiselle, Frances Koltun has clocked up to 95,000 miles a year in travel mileage. She appears to be the wiser for it. Her book, which has several travel companions this spring in the form of other women's guides, makes several departures from them. It is organized by A-Z topic, and its range is greater in the audience approached and the advice given. Miss Koltun's book is appliable by women whether traveling alone, with spouse, with other women, or with children, and for any age over twenty-one. She discusses budget, transportation in specific terms. She tells how to obtain an audience with the Pope (and what kind) and how to rent a car or even a house. She suggests itinerary building and background reading, tells what to expect boarding or disembarking from planes, and gives tips on make-up to suit the light of the country. More than money and manners and how to meet people, less of a single girl item than its competition. Frances Koltun's book offers insurance and assurance of being collected, capable and soignee while abroad.