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Oman Travel Guide
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikivoyage or other free sources online. It s a curious observation about travelling in Oman that the moment you tuck behind a sand dune and begin erecting your tent, however discreetly, someone will park alongside and start camping too. Never mind that it is the only car you ve seen all day, never mind that there are 2700km of beautiful, empty sandy beaches, never mind that the mountains are so lonesome in parts that only wolves and hedgehogs meander into the night, and never mind that memories of Thesiger are the only evocations of the living to issue from the dunes of the Empty Quarter the one-car-per-day will find yours and camp alongside. What makes this observation a particularly topical one is that it s only relatively recently that a network of roads and graded tracks, such as the coast road from Filim to Shwaymiyah, or the adventurous mountain track to the ancient tombs at Gaylah, has made it possible to penetrate Oman s pristine landscapes, as well as its more visited ones. Muscat has been a port hub for many years, and today is the arrival point for everything from goods to cruise ships. This book offers information on Oman and its most notable places.

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Stand: 25.05.2020
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Veneman, E: Moon California (First Edition)
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Discover California with Moon Travel Guides! California is larger than life: cities are livelier, forests and mountains loom taller, and sandy coastlines stretch as far as the eye can see. Moon California has tips for both locals and out-of-towners looking to discover all that California has to offer. What You'll Find in Moon California: * Expert advice from Golden State connoisseur Elizabeth Linhart Veneman * Itineraries for every timeline and budget, from two days in San Francisco to two weeks on the road, including: The Best of California in One Week, Wine Country, Shasta and Lassen, The Best of Lake Tahoe, Yosemite, Sequoia, and Kings Canyon, Palm Springs and the Deserts, and Las Vegas * In-depth coverage of the major cities, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego * Bonus coverage of Las Vegas for travelers and California locals alike looking to explore more of the West Coast * Full-color, easy-to-navigate maps with vibrant, helpful photos * Ideas for every traveler and every season: indulge your inner oenophile in California's world-renowned wine country, or ski the pristine slopes of Squaw Valley. Walk among the giants of Redwood National Forest, or catch a glimpse of the migrating whales at Bodega Bay. Explore the eccentricities of San Francisco's celebrated art galleries, or sample award-winning tacos in Los Angeles. Discover which beaches are local surfer favorites, and find the best spots for cocktails, dining, and dancing * Honest advice on finding accommodations and getting around by car or by public transportation * Reliable information on California's history, culture, weather, and diverse landscapeGet to know the best of the West on your own terms with Moon California's practical tips, myriad activities and local insight on the top things to do and see. Exploring the Golden State by car? Try Moon California Road Trip. For an all-outdoors adventure, try Moon California Camping. Full list of coverage: San Francisco, Wine Country, the North Coast, Shasta and Lassen, Lake Tahoe, Sacramento and Gold Country, Yosemite, Sequoia, and Kings Canyon, Monterey and Big Sur, Santa Barbara and the Central Coast, Los Angeles, San Diego, Palm Springs and the Deserts, and Las Vegas

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Mort Ziff Is Not Dead
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A humorous coming-of-age middle-grade novel set in 1960s Florida. Battling obxious siblings, sunburns, and a corporate millionaire, Norman is determined to help an old comedian save his career. It's the winter of 1965. Norman Fishbein is enduring not only a cold winter but also the usual torments and annoyances from his two older brothers. When Norman wins a thousand dollars in the 'Count-the-Doozy-Dots Contest' his parents let him choose how to spend it, strongly suggesting a new car is what the family needs. But Norman decides what his family really needs is their first vacation that doesn't mean camping in a tent--a trip to Miami Beach. A snowstorm almost wrecks their plans, but in the end Norman gets his first plane ride (with both brothers air-sick on either side of him). Miami strikes him as a paradise--warm weather, palm trees, beaches, and ocean. They stay in luxury at the Royal Palm Hotel, owned by the mysterious millionaire Herbert Spitzer. One day at the pool Norman spots an old man in a black suit, who his father tells him is a once-famous comedian named Mort Ziff. (Norman's father thought that Mort Ziff had died years ago.) Holding onto the remains of his career, Mort Ziff is performing every night in the hotel dining room. A chance meeting begins an unusual friendship between Norman and the old comedian. But after hearing that Mort Ziff has been fired, to be replaced by 'The Centipedes,' a pop group imitating the Beatles, Norman takes matters into his own hands, resolving to save Mort's job and in the process, coming to realize an innner strength he didn't know he had.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Mort Ziff Is Not Dead
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A humorous coming-of-age middle-grade novel set in 1960s Florida. Battling obxious siblings, sunburns, and a corporate millionaire, Norman is determined to help an old comedian save his career. It's the winter of 1965. Norman Fishbein is enduring not only a cold winter but also the usual torments and annoyances from his two older brothers. When Norman wins a thousand dollars in the 'Count-the-Doozy-Dots Contest' his parents let him choose how to spend it, strongly suggesting a new car is what the family needs. But Norman decides what his family really needs is their first vacation that doesn't mean camping in a tent--a trip to Miami Beach. A snowstorm almost wrecks their plans, but in the end Norman gets his first plane ride (with both brothers air-sick on either side of him). Miami strikes him as a paradise--warm weather, palm trees, beaches, and ocean. They stay in luxury at the Royal Palm Hotel, owned by the mysterious millionaire Herbert Spitzer. One day at the pool Norman spots an old man in a black suit, who his father tells him is a once-famous comedian named Mort Ziff. (Norman's father thought that Mort Ziff had died years ago.) Holding onto the remains of his career, Mort Ziff is performing every night in the hotel dining room. A chance meeting begins an unusual friendship between Norman and the old comedian. But after hearing that Mort Ziff has been fired, to be replaced by 'The Centipedes,' a pop group imitating the Beatles, Norman takes matters into his own hands, resolving to save Mort's job and in the process, coming to realize an innner strength he didn't know he had.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.05.2020
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Mort Ziff Is Not Dead
7,70 € *
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A humorous coming-of-age middle-grade novel set in 1960s Florida. Battling obxious siblings, sunburns, and a corporate millionaire, Norman is determined to help an old comedian save his career. It's the winter of 1965. Norman Fishbein is enduring not only a cold winter but also the usual torments and annoyances from his two older brothers. When Norman wins a thousand dollars in the 'Count-the-Doozy-Dots Contest' his parents let him choose how to spend it, strongly suggesting a new car is what the family needs. But Norman decides what his family really needs is their first vacation that doesn't mean camping in a tent--a trip to Miami Beach. A snowstorm almost wrecks their plans, but in the end Norman gets his first plane ride (with both brothers air-sick on either side of him). Miami strikes him as a paradise--warm weather, palm trees, beaches, and ocean. They stay in luxury at the Royal Palm Hotel, owned by the mysterious millionaire Herbert Spitzer. One day at the pool Norman spots an old man in a black suit, who his father tells him is a once-famous comedian named Mort Ziff. (Norman's father thought that Mort Ziff had died years ago.) Holding onto the remains of his career, Mort Ziff is performing every night in the hotel dining room. A chance meeting begins an unusual friendship between Norman and the old comedian. But after hearing that Mort Ziff has been fired, to be replaced by 'The Centipedes,' a pop group imitating the Beatles, Norman takes matters into his own hands, resolving to save Mort's job and in the process, coming to realize an innner strength he didn't know he had.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.05.2020
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