DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Canada

September 25, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

New 2019 Edition a Poor Imitation Dropping the glossy paper and durable flexi binding in the new style 2019 edition in return for a lower price seems like a reasonable trade-off. However, much else has changed; most of it for the worse. Gone are many of the ‘Street-by-Street’ illustrations and the high quality drawings that really did live up to the claim to ‘Show You What Other Guides Only Tell You’. Equally, many of the high quality photographs have been replaced with poor quality images. Many of the maps are also smaller…

Anonymous says:

My preference for a visit to Canada I examined all the major guides to Canada in anticipation for a visit shortly. I selected this book because it provided the right kind of detail for my needs (not too much or too little) and also chose the Kindle version so I could access it on my iPhone as I travel to various places. Some of the guides included more detail than I needed

Anonymous says:

A very objective guidebook for Canada I am an amazon vine reviewer. I am reviewing the DK Eyewitness Guide on Canada. It is nearly 400 pages long.I first looked at the introductory, scene-setting parts of the Guide. I was struck straight away by the many excellent colour photos and clear maps throughout the Guide.The first introduction section covers “DISCOVER”. This is a west to east coast overview of the reasons to love Canada, including whale watching; the Rocky Mountaineer train passing through a valley…

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