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(Lonely Planet Country Guide S.)
The Lonely Planet Country Guide to Canada isthe complete country
guide for independent travellers. Features inspirational colour
highlights sections, easy-to-use grid-referenced maps and insightful
history, culture, food and environment chapters by specialised
contributors. Tour Canada.
Canada (Eyewitness Travel Guides) These are the guides that show you what others can only tell you. They feature suggested walks, clear maps and extensive hotel and restaurant listings to help you make the most of your trip. Using the 3D maps and cutaway models of the best sights and trails, whether it's the buzzing cities of Vancouver or Toronto, or the incomparable ski resorts of the Rockies, this guide has something for everyone.
Glacier and Jasper (Lonely Planet National Parks Guides S.)
Tour Canada. Banff, Glacier and Jasper. Features summer and
winter activities, from hiking to skiing. Has a special focus
on family travel, with short and long-stay itineraries. Contains
over 20 maps with hundreds of miles of trails, and covers each
park as well as gateway towns and attractions outside the parks.
Includes avalanche safety information for backcountry explorers.
Columbia (Lonely Planet S.)
Tour Canada. British Columbia. Comprehensive coverage opens
up the unspoilt wilderness areas and showcases quaint towns.
Insights from local writers reveal the real British Columbia.
Features great skiing and hiking coverage, plus accommodation,
dining and entertainment listings for all travellers.
Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island (Frommer's
Tour Canada. Frommer's Nova Scotia, New Brunswick & Prince
Edward Island is the premier guide to the Atlantic Provinces,
with complete coverage of the title destinations as well as
Newfoundland and Labrador. You'll get the inside scoop on the
best hotels, restaurants, shopping, and nightlife, as well as
the author's picks for the best travel experiences, including:
sea kayaking nova scotia; biking the cabot trail; hiking Gros
Morne National Park; driving along the Viking Trail in Newfoundland;
walking through Annapolis Royal in Nova Scotia; feasting on
fresh lobster and Digby scallops; and more.
Newfoundland and Labrador (Frommer's S.)
Tour Canada. Hike the East Coast Trail to Cape Spear, the easternmost
point in North America, and watch humpback whales migrate north
while 10,000-year-old icebergs drift south. In addition to hiking,
fishing, kayaking, and wildlife viewing, take it a little easier
and enjoy the province's historical and cultural attractions
in the capital of St. John's and elsewhere.
Canadian Pacific Railway (MBI Railroad Colour History) When it completed Canada's first cross-country rail link in 1885, the Canadian Pacific Railway united a vast young nation and opened its remote areas to settlers and commerce. CPR's story unfolds in all its spectacular sweep and gritty detail in this latest addition to MBI's "Railroad Color History Series". Following the line from its incorporation in 1881 to its multinational presence today, this richly illustrated volume depicts locomotives, rolling stock, employees, the diverse terrain CPR traversed, as well as the operations that made it The World's Greatest Travel System.
Driving: Alaska and the Yukon
This guide has thirty-six drives that highlight the natural
and cultural history of the land. Author Erik Molvar makes plenty
of stops on these drives through the North Country and brings
along his knowledge of botany, history, wildlife biology, and
anthropology. Readers will discover thumbnail tales of colourful,
gold-rush era characters like Skookum Jim, Tagish Charlie, and
the Mad Trapper of the Yukon. Stories about the native peoples,
abandoned mining camps, wildlife, massive glaciers, and expanses
of alpine tundra make a rich landscape richer and a fantastic
journey even more inviting.
A flash of lightning explodes across a summer sky; a sudden
winter storm descends on a tranquil coastal bay; in a moment
of absolute stillness, the surface of a mirror-like lake reflects
the world around it. This is Canada. The Canadian Landscape
is a collection of more than 125 of Kraulis' exquisite photographs.
Each stunning images tells the tale of a vast country and of
a photographer's relationship with it. The text consists of
a concise introduction and short, descriptive captions that
accompany each photograph.
Great Bear Rainforest: Canada's Forgotten Coast
Between Vancouver island and Alaska, the mainland BC coast winds
through a 250-mile wonderland of forested islands and inlets
every bit as enchanting as the southern half, but still very
much as nature created it, a wonderfully complex and delicate
rainforest masterpiece ten thousand years in the making. The
area is one of the northern hemisphere's richest unprotected
wildlife habitats, the home of Canada's largest grizzly bears
as well as the rare all-white spirit or Kermode bear.
It has mountains loftier than the Alps and wildlife that rivals
Africa's. It has fjords on a par with Norway's, vast fields
of grain, and 2 million lakes contained within the world's longest
coastline. Some of its cities are among the world's most modern;
others call to mind the old-world charm of western Europe. Canada
is a land of nearly infinite variety.
Great Canadian Feast: A Celebration of Family Traditions from Canadian Kitchens A cookbook that celebrates family, good food and Canada's rich ethnic and cultural diversity. Sixty recipes with their stories, have been selected for this cookbook. Also included are recipes from two of Canada's top chefs, Chef Christine Cushing and Chef Rob Feenie, both of whom served as judges of the contest. Representing Canada from coast to coast, this collection celebrates the incredible diversity of Canadian cuisine and ingredients. A sampling of the recipe names alone tells the tale: Bukovinian Natchynka and Smorzhee in Sour Cream, Curried Chickpea Soup, Tourtiere, Saskatoon Berry Pie, Chicken Biryani, Portuguese Pancakes, Partridgeberry Pudding, Nonna's Lasagna, Eggplant Pahi, Mel's Cod Fish Cakes, Sweet Potato Pie and many more..
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