MORE WALK STRAIGHT THROUGH THE SQUARE by Juliann V. & Lawrence J. Smircich Skurdenis

MORE WALK STRAIGHT THROUGH THE SQUARE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Position yourself at the introduction where Skurdenis and Smircich, experienced guides (Walk Through the Square, 1976), explain that their one- and two-day walking tours ""take maximum advantage of daylight and of the hours most major sights are open."" Then proceed to Ghent, Durham, Exeter, Heidelberg, Delft, Seville, and six other small, picturesque European cities that are unique in some respect and also typical of their countries. Now, following the precise instructions, you will be able to locate the most interesting edifices, look at them knowingly (""where Albrecht Durer lodged""), move through them confidently (""As you proceed up the nave, notice how the style becomes more and more pronouncedly Gothic""). You have acquired a trusty companion, more flexible and portable than a cassette; all you need to set out are the comfortable shoes that the authors specify.

Pub Date: Feb. 28th, 1977
Publisher: McKay