FIELDING'S NEW TRAVEL GUIDE TO EUROPE by Temple Fielding

FIELDING'S NEW TRAVEL GUIDE TO EUROPE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A wholly new type of travel guide, and one specifically directed to men, this should be immediately popular in this first summer of European travel since the war on what to and do but a practical, realistic knowledge, tipping, black market, laundry, cleaning, food, etc. This for the opening chapters. From there he takes each of 22 countries (including some odd ones, such as Ethiopia) and in concise, almost outline form, summarizes salient facts on transportation, hotels, ""ladies of the evening"", what to buy and what not to buy, night spots, and a bit about the country and the people, the main cities and important sights. But don't look on this as a substitute, for instance, for Clara Laughlin's handbooks.

Pub Date: June 10th, 1948
Publisher: Wm. Sloane