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Madrid Marco Polo Travel Guide - with pull out map
13,90 € *
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For advice you can trust, look no further than Marco Polo. Madrid Marco Polo Spiral Guide is a compact travel guide for people who have little time to prepare for a trip, don't want to miss anything, like to be inspired by great ideas for exciting days out and love all things ultra-practical and easy to use. Inside the Madrid Marco Polo Spiral Guide: Top 10 sights - we highlight the most important sights and sites of this splendid Spanish capital. That Madrid Feeling - provides essential tips to help travelers experience the essence of this elegant city. Listen to the street musicians or explore El Rastro, Madrid's legendary flea market, Marco Polo helps travelers get under the skin of Madrid to see what makes it tick. The Magazine - provides an interesting and entertaining account of life in Madrid. Whether it's the festivals, tapas, football, the Palace or the parks, this guide uncovers what shapes life in modern Madrid. Don't miss - each chapter highlights the absolute must-sees for each area and what to do at your leisure if time permits. Four chapters organized by region and city - each chapter provides restaurant recommendations, the best shopping streets and the hottest places to go for a night out. Perfectly planned itineraries - take travelers through Madrid's past and present. From walking tours through this vibrant and fascinating city, to excursions to El Escorial, Toledo or Alcalá de Henares travelers need look no further for a perfectly planned day out. Detailed 3D graphics - take travelers to the heart of Madrid's architecture providing a real flavour of the amazing buildings including the Madrid Pantheon. Street Atlas & pull out map - the best of both worlds! Some people prefer an atlas while others prefer a separate map - Marco Polo Spiral Guides have both. The separate, fully indexed pull-out map is handily placed in a high-quality plastic wallet at the back of the guide, which can also be used as a storage pocket. Top 10 reasons to come back - for those undecided about a return visit... there is a list of Top 10 reasons to come back again!

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 27.05.2020
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180 Days
47,90 CHF *
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James Oswald Neville, Jon to family and friends, always secretes his weekly lottery ticket in a concealed compartment at the back of his wallet. He makes it a rule to wait until the morning following the two Lotto draws that take place each week to check his numbers via his regular Thursday and Sunday newspapers. On the morning of Sunday 26 October he sees, to great excitement, he has the six winning numbers (only one winning ticket for a jackpot of £9.7m) and sets off for home to tell his wife and family the unbelievable news. On the way he is mugged, seriously injured and his wallet is stolen. The muggers, two errant juveniles, empty the wallet of cash and credit cards but do not find the lottery ticket; they discard the 'empty' wallet by throwing it from London's Tower Bridge. It lands on the deck of a privately owned Grand Banks trawler passing under the bridge while bound for Holland. The wallet is picked up and, thought to be empty, is casually tossed into the map drawer in the boat's cabin to be all but forgotten. Neville's injuries are life-threatening and he is confined to hospital where he remains comatose for the next three months and, since no one is aware that he has/had the winning jackpot ticket, there is wide speculation in the press and other media as to whom the claimant is and why the huge jackpot has not been claimed. Meanwhile the wallet finds it's way via Amsterdam to Hamburg as a result of the boat being sold and the 'empty' wallet being passed on. Neville awakens from the coma after three months but not before his two sons have realised the unclaimed lottery ticket contains their father's favourite numbers; numbers relative to birth and year dates, house numbers, etc; the same numbers he has entered consistently week upon week, without fail, since the 1994 launch of the lottery. His youngest son Thomas, a sports journalist, sets out on the trail of the missing ticket. The action moves swiftly from London to Amsterdam, Hamburg and to the islands of the Caribbean as lead after lead comes to nothing. At the end of many circuitous and frustrating trails the ticket is eventually found. The return of the ticket to the rightful owner is handled, on behalf of the finder, by a UK based publicist named Crawford Maxwell, who mismanages events leading up to the handover and, thereby, causes wide dismay and consternation. There is love interest combined with glimpses of Champions League and Premiership football as Thomas Neville, in his capacity as a sports reporter, hunts down the lost ticket. Finally the jackpot is claimed and the money distributed by Jon in interesting and compassionate ways. The count-down from 180 days (the book's title and the period during which a Lotto claims remain current) to D(eadline)-Day, the 180th day, keeps the tension running at high as the days pass without the ticket being found.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 27.05.2020
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180 Days
25,99 € *
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James Oswald Neville, Jon to family and friends, always secretes his weekly lottery ticket in a concealed compartment at the back of his wallet. He makes it a rule to wait until the morning following the two Lotto draws that take place each week to check his numbers via his regular Thursday and Sunday newspapers. On the morning of Sunday 26 October he sees, to great excitement, he has the six winning numbers (only one winning ticket for a jackpot of £9.7m) and sets off for home to tell his wife and family the unbelievable news. On the way he is mugged, seriously injured and his wallet is stolen. The muggers, two errant juveniles, empty the wallet of cash and credit cards but do not find the lottery ticket; they discard the 'empty' wallet by throwing it from London's Tower Bridge. It lands on the deck of a privately owned Grand Banks trawler passing under the bridge while bound for Holland. The wallet is picked up and, thought to be empty, is casually tossed into the map drawer in the boat's cabin to be all but forgotten. Neville's injuries are life-threatening and he is confined to hospital where he remains comatose for the next three months and, since no one is aware that he has/had the winning jackpot ticket, there is wide speculation in the press and other media as to whom the claimant is and why the huge jackpot has not been claimed. Meanwhile the wallet finds it's way via Amsterdam to Hamburg as a result of the boat being sold and the 'empty' wallet being passed on. Neville awakens from the coma after three months but not before his two sons have realised the unclaimed lottery ticket contains their father's favourite numbers; numbers relative to birth and year dates, house numbers, etc; the same numbers he has entered consistently week upon week, without fail, since the 1994 launch of the lottery. His youngest son Thomas, a sports journalist, sets out on the trail of the missing ticket. The action moves swiftly from London to Amsterdam, Hamburg and to the islands of the Caribbean as lead after lead comes to nothing. At the end of many circuitous and frustrating trails the ticket is eventually found. The return of the ticket to the rightful owner is handled, on behalf of the finder, by a UK based publicist named Crawford Maxwell, who mismanages events leading up to the handover and, thereby, causes wide dismay and consternation. There is love interest combined with glimpses of Champions League and Premiership football as Thomas Neville, in his capacity as a sports reporter, hunts down the lost ticket. Finally the jackpot is claimed and the money distributed by Jon in interesting and compassionate ways. The count-down from 180 days (the book's title and the period during which a Lotto claims remain current) to D(eadline)-Day, the 180th day, keeps the tension running at high as the days pass without the ticket being found.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 27.05.2020
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