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by Magellan Press,L. Lee Wilson,Magellan

ePub Where the Locals Eat Business Traveler East Edition download
Author:
Magellan Press,L. Lee Wilson,Magellan
ISBN13:
978-0963440372
ISBN:
0963440373
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Publisher:
Magellan Pr Inc (May 1999)
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Food Lodging & Transportation
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1344 kb
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Our "Where The Locals Eat" guide was first published in 1996 and . Local Eats features independently-owned restaurants and local places only.

Our "Where The Locals Eat" guide was first published in 1996 and featured over 10,000 restaurants. 15 books later, the LocalEats app continues this tradition. You’ll find no run-of-the-mill, national chain restaurants here. 10 Best Apps for Traveling Like a Local (LocalEats: . n ideal choice for travelers who hunger for a solid reference guide to the dining scene in unfamiliar cities. LocalEats is stripped down and simple and easy to use, which is what I like in an ap.

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Lee Wilson is a Nashville writer, publisher, and y lawyer. She is president of Magellan Press, In. the Nashville publisher of the Where the Locals Eat series of US restaurant guides and other nonfiction books. A graduate of Rhodes College, she has worked as a newspaper reporter, advertising copywriter and producer, and freelance writer.

The strait is considered the most important natural passage between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. It has been traversed by explorers and others throughout modern history.

In 1505, Magellan and his brother were assigned to a Portuguese fleet headed for India. Magellan’s fleet then sailed on to the Philippine archipelago landing on the island of Cebu, where Magellan befriended the locals and, struck with a sudden religious zeal, sought to convert them to Christianity. Magellan was now closer than ever to reaching the Spice Islands, but when the Cebu asked for his help in fighting their neighbors on the island of Mactan, Magellan agreed.

Where the Locals Eat Business Traveler East Edition is a handy and reliable restaurant guide that is indispensable when you want to find good food on the road. More than 2,500 local-favorite restaurants in the largest U.S. cities east of the Mississippi are included in the guide. Listings were compiled entirely from the recommendations of local business and professional people and from local newspaper and magazine readers' polls -- none of the restaurants in the guide paid to be included. Names, street addresses, and phone numbers are given for every restaurant. And, each restaurant is classified under one of 75 informative category headings to let you know what sort of restaurant it is and what style of food it serves. Light and portable, Where the Locals Eat - Business Traveler East Edition fits easily in a briefcase, knapsack, or purse, so you can take it with you wherever you go!