- Filename: restaurants-in-cataloni.
- ISBN: 1158516991
- Release Date: 2010-09
- Number of pages: 20
- Author: LLC Books
Homage to Catalonia is both a memoir of Orwell’s experience at the front in the Spanish Civil War and a tribute to those who died in what he called a fight for common decency. Down and Out in Paris and London chronicles the adventures of a penniless British writer who finds himself rapidly descending into the seedy heart of two great European cities. This edition brings together two powerful works from one of the finest writers of the twentieth century.
Behind The Velvet Curtain signifies why mankind continues to search for the purpose of life. We struggle to find our own identity. We consistently choose paths that may or may not lead to our desires, or our successes. More often than not, we become too comfortable with our failures and never try to move forward with a new attitude of determination. We become our own crucible by sending our feelings of failure on a downward spiral toward hopelessness and despair. Some of us however, regain our consciousness and manage to move forward again. Growing up in rural Orchard Creek, Mississippi during this time period was very hard for Paula, but playing it safe and fearing fear was not how she chose to live her life. With the help of a loving friend and caring grandmother, she finds her inner strength...that last drop of hope that allows her to take risks and attack her fears head-on. The book is good reading, but hopefully you will search for your own paths that will lead to your own successes in life.
Wild festivals and sizzling nightlife, unexplored hill towns, the Costa Blanca's beaches and a futuristic City of Arts & Sciences: discover Valencia home of paella and the Holy Grail with this unique guide. * 21 easy-to-use maps * insider's guide to getting off the beaten track, from hilltop hamlets to Benidorm's backstreets * the best places to eat, drink and party in the heart of la huerta * the lowdown on Las Fallas - Europe's largest street party information on the region's finest rambles * handy language chapter
Eighteen-year-old Taylor knows two things for sure: ONE: She’s dead. TWO: Heaven looks like a run-down version of the Las Vegas Strip. The more she discovers about a heaven full of teens like her, the more mysterious it becomes—especially when her afterlife coach turns out to be her tyrannical fifth grade teacher. Plagued by questions her whole life, Taylor finds Heaven prompts even more. Why can’t she remember her death? Why isn’t Heaven the idyllic place she thought it would be? When she dares to ask, her teacher tells Taylor to keep her mouth shut. Everyone knows Heaven is perfect. That’s a lie. What are they trying to hide? Taylor desperately wants to flee this strange place and return to her old life. She’s shocked to find out there’s a possibility her dream can come true. But that chance depends on passing a series of tests in the Afterlife for Idiots handbook and winning the Cloud Nine Contest. If she fails, will her teacher follow through on her threat and turn Taylor into pond scum? Taylor tries to solve the mysteries of Heaven as it slowly crumbles around her. While competing in the contest, she learns there are dark forces at work behind the celestial show…and they are after her. This leads to the biggest question of all: Is she the only one who can stop them?
Keeping pace with one of the Mediterranean's most dynamic cities, the Barcelona Guide has been fully revised and updated by insiders of the Catalan capital. With detailed information on the city's latest architectural projects, history, sights, star restaurants, budget cafes, after-hours clubs, dancing, festivals, and shopping, and on trips out of town to the hills, the cava cellars, and beautiful beaches, the guide equips any traveler with the means to absorb Barcelona's fascinating culture.
From the 1880s through the 1940s, tens of thousands of first- and second-generation immigrants embraced the anarchist cause after arriving on American shores. Kenyon Zimmer explores why these migrants turned to anarchism, and how their adoption of its ideology shaped their identities, experiences, and actions. Zimmer focuses on Italians and Eastern European Jews in San Francisco, New York City, and Paterson, New Jersey. Tracing the movement's changing fortunes from the pre-World War I era through the Spanish Civil War, Zimmer argues that anarchists, opposed to both American and Old World nationalism, severed all attachments to their nations of origin but also resisted assimilation into their host society. Their radical cosmopolitan outlook and identity instead embraced diversity and extended solidarity across national, ethnic, and racial divides. Though ultimately unable to withstand the onslaught of Americanism and other nationalisms, the anarchist movement nonetheless provided a shining example of a transnational collective identity delinked from the nation-state and racial hierarchies.
No matter what your budget or whether it's your first trip or fifteenth, Fodor's Gold Guides get you where you want to go. In this guide, updated every year, our experts who live in Spain give you the inside track showing you all the things to see and do -- from must-see sights to off-the-beaten-path adventures, from shopping to outdoor fun. Start with the color planning section to help you decide where to go, use your personal supply of Post-it? flags to mark your favorite listings, and consult the foldout map to stay on course. Fodor's Spain 2002 shows you hundreds of hotel and restaurant choices in all price ranges -- from budget-friendly B&Bs to luxury hotels, from casual eateries to the hottest new restaurants, complete with thorough reviews showing what makes each place special. The Smart Travel Tips A to Z section helps you take care of the nitty gritty with essential local contacts and great advice -- from how to take your mountain bike with you to what to do in an emergency. Plus, web links, maps, costs, and mix-and-match itineraries make planning a snap. "The king of guidebooks." - Newsweek
Long overdue in the eyes of many scholars, this comprehensive examination into the life of Christopher Columbus rehearses the many alternative theories of Columbus’s origins and the objections each has to the Italian theory of his birth. School children around the world are taught that Christopher Columbus was Italian, or, more precisely, a Genoese who sailed to the New World for the Spanish only because that country’s sovereigns gave him the money for the project; many scholars throughout history, however, have cast doubt onto this version of the explorer’s story. After digging up these counter-cultural theories and discussing their individual merits and prejudices, this scholarly investigation selects the theory most likely to be true: Christopher Columbus was a Catalan, born in the principality of Catalonia, a member of a family hostile to the dynasty that ruled his newly united country.
Hotel and restaurant recommendations for main cities of Europe. Includes town plans (maps) for many cities, cuisine for which a restaurant may be well known and hotels which are very quiet or secluded along with price ranges for both the hotels and restaurant. There is a key in English telling the reader how to use the guide and how to interpret the international symbols used throughout the guide.