GO IT ALONE, LADY by Edith Patterson Meyer

GO IT ALONE, LADY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Emphasizing the advantages of traveling alone, this also eliminates some of the common apprehensions and arguments against it. From the planning of the trip, the consideration of costs, the use and choice of a travel agent, the preparation of an all around wardrobe, this goes on to the crossing- whether by ship or plane, to the landing on foreign soil and what to do in hotels-restaurants. There is more detailed continental coverage- country by country- where to go, what to see and buy, along with the special events and features of each- and the appendix has fuller travel information sources.... An invitation and persuasion for many women who flirt with this idea, -- pleasantly personalized.

Publisher: Harper