BUTLER'S SOUTH AMERICA by G. Paul & Erica Butler

BUTLER'S SOUTH AMERICA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Well organized and helpful guidance for the first -- as well as the second or third -- or more -- time traveler to South America, this seems to answer almost any question that might be asked about a proposed trip, whether it be for sheer relaxation, for obvious touring, for out of the way journeys, for sports, or for special types of interests. From a general coverage of background material, suggestions for planning the trip to fit the budget, advice on packing and the necessities to be packed, this details the various air and ship possibilities -- cruises, tours, package and inclusive programs -- and individual arrangements, and then reviews the ten countries and three colonies to be chosen from, from Argentina to Venezuela. In these sections what to do, where to go, what to see, and how to do it, where to stay and where and what to eat are indicated in each city (prices are included) so that trips may be planned along personal lines. All of which should be most useful.

Publisher: Van Nostrand