Neither Here Nor There:: Travels in Europe

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Anyone who has been to Europe or dreamed of going will recognize the engaging blend of admiration and fascinated bewilderment that Bryson brings to this sharp and very funny account of a trip around the continent. Blending hilarious anecdotes with droll and worldly insights, he travels from Norway to Istanbul to Rome to Vienna. Maps.

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Holmfirth

Oct 29, 2009

Neither Heads Nor Tails

This is the second Bill Bryson book that I read. The first about his travels in Britain and this a tale of him retracing a European vacation he took as a youth. Not much of interest here. All most every hotel Bryson chooses to stay in are dumps or modern dumps. He has no luck in picking restaurants either. He seems to whinge about most places and only really seems to enjoy Italy and there he was robbed by a street urchin who picked his pocket of all his traveller's checks. Being unable to speak with anyone as apparently he is a monoglot, he becomes bored with his own company and by the time he gets to Turkey he has had enough and the book abruptly ends.

chaffinator

Jul 15, 2008

A Great Read

I have read this book many times. Each time I read it, I laugh longer and harder. Anyone who has lived in Europe or traveled there will be totally amused by Bill Bryson's account. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants a book that can be put down and picked up again without losing any momentum. My teenage daughters also loved this book.

sueb

Apr 2, 2007

Great book

Bill Bryson writes as though he is telling you about his adventures in Europe while sitting at your kitchen table. His impressions of visiting the European countries are both informative and funny.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and have recommended it to many friends.

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