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Travel Books By Women For Women
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Budget Sleeps in Spain...

An Insider's Guide to Spain Hotels
Author: Margot Classé

Spain HotelsDon't expect fancy furnishings in these hotels! This no-nonsense guidebook is ideal for the woman who's interested in clean, safe, well-located, unpretentious, inexpensive accommodation in Spain. Each of the hotels listed has a bath or shower ensuite and is priced just right -- $US40-$US80 a night for a double. Each is also within walking distance of all major sites.

P.S. Show this book when you check in and some locations will give you a further discount. What more can the budget traveller ask for?

Mother Nature calls...

Travelers' Tales - Women in the Wild
Women in the WildEditor: Lucy McCauley

This collection of articles and tips highlights the stories of the outdoor adventuress. Meet women who foray into the wilderness, explore jungle rivers, climb Mt. Everest, swim across Lake Titicaca, rescue endangered animals, and survive a shark attack. These females seem to instinctively recognize in Mother Nature a direct connection to their source of power. Their tales speak the soul's deepest language and show how travel into the wilderness can help you discover the wild woman within.

One plus one...

Romantic Days and Nights in Montreal
Romantic MontrealAuthor: Linda Kay

Visiting Montreal with your favorite "squeeze?" Whatever your taste, mood, or budget -- from indulgently elegant to on-a-shoestring mischievous -- you can celebrate your relationship with the itineraries offered in this guide. Learn about the city's most romantic places to dine, have drinks and do brunch. Check out the great activities for two from gallery hopping to Montreal's film festival. There are even unique ideas for first dates included. Magnifique!

A Reader's Reading List...

Sandy Caon of Toronto, Canada writes...

I've always been a huge fan of armchair travel stories, especially those written by women. Here are a few of my favourites. I'd like to share them with other journey women...

Dear Exile: The True Story of Two Friends Separated (For a Year) By an Ocean
by Hilary Liftin and Kate Montgomery

Island of the Human Heart: A Woman's Travel Odyssey
by Laurie Gough

Nothing to Declare: Memoirs of a Woman Travelling Alone
by Mary Morris

Touch the Dragon: A Thai Journal
by Karen Connelly

by Robyn Davidson

On Foot Through Africa
by Ffyona Campbell

Women Travel: Adventure, Advice, and Experiences
by Miranda Davies and Natania Jansz

Women's words on reading...

family readingI learned from the age of two or three that any room in our house, at any time of the day, was there to read in, or to be read to.
Eudora Welty, 1984

She would read anything from a dictionary to a treatise on turnips. Print fascinated her, dazed her, made her good for nothing.
Kylie Tennant, 1943

Source: New Beacon Book of Quotations by Women



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