There is so much great travel information on the Internet – problem is sometimes it is hard to find. Some don’t know where to look, others just don’t have the time. More often than not, lots of good stuff goes unnoticed.
This Travel Tip Tuesday, I bring you a few great travel eBooks that range from informative to inspirational to destination specific. And if you are new to the term eBook – it’s basically a downloadable document that you can either read on your computer (think environmentally friendly!) – or print out.
First up is a free eBook with 10 Inspirational Solo Travel Stories. Travel Alone and Love It! is a nice collection of travel stories based on going it alone.
Another option is near and dear to my heart – it’s about Travel Tips. Aimed at first time travelers and students the “How to Travel” eBook is $9.90.
Frequent Flyer Master is a how to guide on gaming the airline frequent flier system and is most beneficial to travelers from the United States. It’s backed by a “one free plane ticket” guarantee. The cost is a hefty $49 – so make sure this is something you will invest your time in. The author also wrote another set of eBooks on “How to be a Travel Ninja” – someone who travels wherever they want, whenever they want. This eBook series offers two levels- The Basic version is $39 and the Complete version is $58.
Christine Gilbert shows us how to use Twitter for Travel for a reasonable $7 download fee.
Headed to Rome? You won’t want to miss the free downloadable eBook of Rome’s Angels and Demons. It’s got insider info about the places in Dan Brown’s book.
If France is more to your liking, this book, which is a journey through Matisse’s eyes, covers the South of France, with a splash of Paris mixed in. It’s available for download for only $6.70.
Those lucky enough to be able to visit Cuba would be smart to grab this download for first-time visitors- A Beginners’ Guide to Havana Cuba.
And if you are headed to Calabria, don’t miss 65 travel tips in Cherrye’s eBook, Don’t Get Caught with Dirty Drawers.
What am I missing? What travel-related eBooks have you seen or used that you want to share?
And speaking of Cherrye, head over to see her travel tips today!