4 edition of Rush to the Alps found in the catalog.
Rush to the Alps
Paul P. Bernard
Bibliography: p. -228.
|Statement||Paul P. Bernard.|
|Series||East European monographs ;, no. 37|
|LC Classifications||G155.S8 B46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 228 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||77082391|
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Rush to the Alps: the evolution of vacationing in Switzerland, Paul P. Bernard. Toronto Public Library. COVID Resources.
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In the gold rush of mountaineering books, Fleming found an unclaimed topic hiding in plain sight: the Alps. When he started digging in the accounts of conquests past, a slew of madcap eccentrics came to light, whose obsessions Fleming stylishly fillips in a lively narrative/5(20).
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By BernardPaul P. East European Monographs, No. XXXVII. New York: Columbia University Press, Pp. ix, $Author: J.-F Bergier. While bookings have slowed, the industry expects there to be a rush to book for next winter once the future of travelling, post-lockdown is made clear by.
There is a great appetite in the Alps for discussions on contemporary art, reflected in the Engadin Art Talks which took place on 26 and 27 January this year at Uster in the canton of Zurich, where you could attend talks by, among others, the German photographer and creator of powerful and unsettling images, Juergen Teller, the artist who makes.
Popular Alps Books Showing of 72 The Sojourn (Paperback) by. Andrew Krivak In the rush and whirl of everyday things, we so often live alongside one another without making any mutual contact. We had learned on the North Fae of the Eiger that men are good, and the earth on which we were born is good."(p)”.
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This absorbing book by young American Jonathan Arlan, 29, from Kansas City, who after spending time working in New York, decides to have a go at the Grand Traverse of the Alps, in SE France. Although he had been to Europe several times and even spent some time in Japan, he had not had much experience mountain walking or s: This Trip Through 'The Alps' Is A Little Bit Bumpy Stephen O'Shea Buy Featured Book Title The Alps His broad brush overviews of military invasions and shifting national borderlines rush by.
At the beginning, the book feels like it's in a rush to get to the good parts, which leaves you somewhat baffled by the time we get to our primary setting of a Norther Italian castle cut off almost entirely from the outside world/5().
Ski companies face huge financial hit after coronavirus shutdown Some skiers are still trying to make it back from the Alps after the weekend closures, while. Again, Summer Mountain hiking in the Alps is the best thing you do while being in Europe in the hot summer time: in the fresh and beautiful Italian Alps.
Trekking Alps offer you a professional and nice local guide to go with. The West Alps are an excellent solution for. —Jewish Book Council "In this spirited account of a walk through the Alps, inspiration carries through [inviting] interlopers in more graciously than other narratives in the genre.
The trip proves to be a realignment for Arlan; its open-ended spirit of welcome invites the. Humans have lived in the Alps since prehistoric times, 50, to 60, years ago. German cultures developed in the eastern Alps, while Roman culture influenced the west.
Some areas of the Alps were cleared of forests during the Middle Ages (about ad to ). Farmers settled the land, planted crops, and raised cattle. This way you miss the M25 rush and can take supper on the ferry.
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Wink Lorch’s new book, Wines of the French Alps, is a slap in the face for those who bitch about the current state of wine writing or seek to trivialize wine expertise.
This is a full-blown, old-school reference work with all the details a student of wine could want with just enough opinion and. A tour through the Alps reveals history, geology, anthropology, and local customs.
As he frequently remarks, journalist and travel writer O’Shea (The Friar of Carcassonne: Revolt Against the Inquisition in the Last Days of the Cathars,etc.) is afraid of heless, he decided to brave breathtakingly steep inclines and hairpin turns to investigate the dramatic political and.