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Baedeker

series of guidebooks for travelers. [Travel: NCE, 207]
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3) FORD, Richard: A Handbook for Travellers in Spain, Londres, John Murray, 1889; BAEDEKER, Karl, Baedeker's Spain and Portugal, 3a ed.
20) Probably using a Baedeker, Eliot filled his notebook with observations about the Grand Canal, the piazza, St.
On Third Avenue' was first published, in part, in the volume Lunar Baedeker and Time-Tables (1958), but the manuscript dates it to 1942.
Segun la ya mencionada guia Baedeker, tan citada por Ingenieros y otros cronistas viajeros de entonces, las corridas de toros habian sido en el pasado un ejercicio cortesano que ahora se habia convertido en un deporte mas profesional (Baedeker, 1898: XXVI-XXVII).
London, Aug 6 (ANI): Survivors of the Baedeker raids of World War II, when Hitler sent the Luftwaffe to bomb one of Britain's most beautiful cities, Bath, have revealed the horror of the attack in a new documentary called 'The Forgotten Blitz'.
It's not so much that there's something wrong with the dams," said Diane Baedeker Petit, spokeswoman for the U.
Hughes avoids these questions, preferring to write a dramatized Baedeker.
The page reference is drawn from Mina Loy: The Lost Lunar Baedeker, ed.
He encontrado, por ejemplo, que mi guia Baedeker dice: "Esta catedral tiene dos torres", he sido capaz de comparar esto con la 'realidad' mirando a la catedral, y esta comparacion me convencio de que la afirmacion del Baedeker era verdadera.
While Baedeker and Murray emerged as textual models by the late 1800s, and Thomas Cook printed his own series in the mid-1800s, the publication of guidebooks truly exploded in the early twentieth century (Parsons 177-293).
Presenter and architecture critic Tom Dyckhoff starts the series in Bath, which was one of the cities targeted by Hilter in 1942 as part of his Baedeker Raids.
A reader in a hotel in the city of Canadian poetry will wake up tomorrow morning not only without a concierge, but without so much as a Baedeker, and will have to rely heavily on a rack of pamphlets advertising local attractions and tourist traps.