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Quick to read, light to carry with expert advice in all price ranges, Frommer's EasyGuide to Germany is the complete up-to-date reference for travelers who want to maximize their stay in the smartest, most efficient way. With Frommer's trademark candid and accessible expertise, this invaluable guide offers reviews in a wide array of choices available including lodging, sightseeing, shopping, dining and entertainment. It includes insider tips on how to tackle vacationing, based on time constraints and interests, complete with practical advice and suggested itineraries. With user-friendly features it offers tips on excellent values, special moments, traveling with kids and overrated experiences and includes thematic tours for every interest, schedule and taste.
Donald Olson is a travel writer, novelist and playwright. His travel stories have appeared in The New York Times, National Geographic, and other national publications. He has authored several travel guides for Frommer's, Michelin, Fodors and Langenscheidt.His newest guidebook, Gardens of the Pacific Northwest, will be published in 2014 by Timber Press. Under the pen name Swan Adamson, he has published three novels that have also been translated into French. Donald lives, writes and gardens in Manhattan and Portland, OR.
Stephen Brewer has been writing travel guides for almost three decades.As an editor and writer, he has focused on European coverage for such magazines as Esquire, Connoisseur and Geo. He has written several previous guides for Frommer's and Insight, as well as authoring Beautiful Small Coastal Towns for Rizzoli. Stephen resides in Manhattan.