The New York Times Explorer: Road – Rail & Trail

Hit the road.

Sometimes you just want to get away. But where are you going to go? You can go to the tried and true places everyone else has been. Or you can go somewhere unexpected, somewhere rarely seen by people. This book offers first-person narratives on destinations as far out as Bohemia's Jizera Mountains or Siberia's moonlit forests, each one written by a different author, including Francine Prose, Finn-Olaf Jones, Somini Sengupta, and more.

  • (L)11.4" x (W)8.2"
  • 288 pages
  • Hardcover
  • By Barbara Ireland
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