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Where Is My Travel Guide


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Where Is My Travel Guide is a simple travel guide search engine that helps you find travel guides to the destination of your choice. I like to book my holiday's independently. Staying at various destinations in a country. If you like doing this as well you will know as well as I do that this takes a lot of work. What makes it just as difficult is trying to find information about a particular destination, looking for travel guides that give good descriptions about places I would like to visit.

Even if you aren't planning to travel independently and travel through a tour operator the number of travel guides and blogs out there can be mind boggling.

This why I have created Where Is My Travel Guide. This is designed to try and help finding information about destinations easier. Using a specially developed Google search engine will seach a number of chosen travel guide and blogs for your destination.

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by Simon Wheeler

This history podcast is the work of Mike Duncan, who wrote and narrated the epic 'History of Rome' podcast.

So far he has covered the English (very good), American (excellent) and French (very good) revolutions. All in lots of detail, from the 'seeds of change' that led up to th...
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I heartily agree with the reviews on this podcast series left so far by other listeners. I've not yet listened to Mike Duncan's History of Rome podcast (though I'm now inspired to do so), but the History of Byzantium podcast is a tour de force from Robin. He has done a sterling and balanced job...

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by wlad

It's so amazing that we have the opportunity to listen to so many years of history is such a fine detail. It's a marvel of the modern world. Thanks for doing this, Robin!



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