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Fodor's Germany 2002: The Guide for All Budgets, Updated Every Year, with a Pullout Map and Color Photos (Fodor's Gold Guides)

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Hotel and restaurant choices for all budgets, with reviews that convey why each place is special and provide important information such as facilities, addresses, and Web sites.Great descriptions of all the sights, plus shopping, nightlife, outdoor fun, and side trips.

Historical background, walking tours, and unique itineraries, plus dozens of maps.

Expanded "Smart Travel Ti
Paperback, 704 pages
Published December 3rd 2002 by Fodor's (first published January 12th 1986)
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Chris Scherer
Fodor's Travel. (2014). Germany. New York: Random House LLC.

Citation by: Chris Scherer

Type of Reference: Geographical Reference

Call Number: 914.3

Content/Scope: This is a travel book for Germany. It can be used by people traveling to Germany and wanting to know the sites, hotels, restaurants, etc. for the area they are traveling to.

Accuracy/Authority/Bias: Fodor's is the most well respected travel book publisher in the US. They have been publishing books for over 75 years and use a team of writer
Cyndi Beane-Henry
Having travelled extensively about Germany in the late '70's and early '80's, I wanted to get a look at what a travel guide regarding this country looked like today. I was pleasantly surprised to see how much more eclectic it has become in 30 years!

Covering everything from beer houses to wine country, and romance to fairy-tale, this guide is unique and thorough! It covers the best markets, restaurants, places to stay, and of course, the best and must places to see! From the small child to the el
Dee Renee  Chesnut
I chose to pack Fodor's Germanybecause this guide had information about places not mentioned in Rick Steves' Germany 2013. My husband and I were on Trafalgar Tour's Cost Saver, Highlights of Germany for two weeks plus we visited Speyer on our own.

I used this book every day of our trip.
Oct 20, 2009 Oriana marked it as dabbling  ·  review of another edition
Am I really going to Germany this fall? We'll see, but I fucking hope so.
Helped us out a lot before our travels to Duetschland.
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