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>> Friday, October 19, 2007

Belgium is one of those places that can be easily overlooked when you think about European travel. And Flanders, in the northern part of the country, has six of the country's greatest cities.

Recently Globetrotter's LogBooks releasedGlobetrotter's LogBook® #6 - Flanders' Six Divine Cities. With 118 top sights, carefully selected by the Flemish Tourist Office you will see the bst of Antwerp, Bruges, Brussels, Ghent, Leuven and Mechelen. This pocket sized guide not only has your what-to-do covered, but it also had a mini notebook, souvenier booklet and travel guide. This is the perfect companion for your travels... And to relive your trip.

Press release:

Experienced city-hoppers will certainly confirm it: Flanders, the northern part of Belgium, is one the world’s top destinations when it comes to the number of 'wows' per square kilometer. Which is hardly surprising: where else would you find at least 6 marvelous traditional yet trendy cities under one hour’s drive
from one another?

Anyone coming to explore historical pearls such as Antwerp, Bruges, Brussels, Ghent, Leuven and Mechelen will definitely want to buy the Globetrotter's LogBook® #6 - Flanders' Six Divine Cities. It’s a beautifully produced and highly original pocket-sized, what-to-do guide, as well as notebook, souvenir booklet and mini-travel guide. Features 118 top sights-to-see-before-you-die, carefully selected by the Flemish Tourist Office. Compact. Informative. Up to date. With clear maps and interesting websites for more background information. With telephone numbers, opening times, entrance fees and accommodation details. With plenty of room to include a personal souvenir that captures the memory of every city and sight. For making notes about heaven knows what while you explore Flanders' Six Divine Cities.
Experiences, impressions, favorite addresses, catchy parting words from your
traveling companions, the signature of a helpful taxi-driver, or even a handwritten message from your handsome guide. You name it. The more creative you are, the more unique and personal your Globetrotter's LogBook® will become. Sounds like fun!

Globetrotter's LogBook® #6 - Flanders' Six Divine Cities
• ISBN 978-90-808-8073-3
• published by Morton, Diaz & Cook in collaboration with the Flemish Tourist Office
• 12.95 euro, 192 color pages, hardcover with expanding back pocket and Gift Box
• available from www.globetrotterslogbook.com (home delivered by registered mail) and from better (travel) bookstores, tax-free and outdoor stores.

Be sure to visit the website to "thumb through" the LogBook. I'm really impressed by the thought that went into it. Lots of room to really make it your own.

Any of the Globetrotter's LogBooks would make a great gift for the traveler (or wanna-be traveler) on your Christmas list.


Zach 10:43 PM  

Looks good. Thanks for the tip.

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