, and the resonances of contemporary politics in the extant histories.
Anyone who has studied Alexander the Great knows that he is an allusive historical figure. The primary sources do not help
'll need. It turned out to be a great reference whenever our primary guide (Rick Steves) didn't cover some small town or place of lesser interest. Less visually pleasing than other guides, it has all you
What George W. Bush called the "first war of the twenty-first century" actually began more than 2,300 years ago when Alexander the Great led his army into what is now a sprawling ruin in northern
in the book did not have parking lots (and that wasn't always mentioned in the book).
That being said, the book was great, and I'd use it again in a heartbeat.
, the sights not to miss, the coolest bars and the tastiest restaurants. From learning about Dublin's literary greats and fascinating history, to tasting your first Guinness in the legendary brewery, this richly
books. I have enjoyed all the Frommer's guides I've used; they are easy to use to look up specific locations, have some great itineraries and are comprehensive. I use Frommer's guides' books