Panama Canal, Russia, and Danube River: Armchair Travel Series

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Join Pauline as she narrates an 18 day ocean cruise thru the Panama Canal, filled with excitement and adventure. Countries include Mexico, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Columbia, Jamaica and Grand Cayman Islands. A fascinating 13 day Russian River Cruise from Moscow to St. Petersburg, included 4 islands, and a 16 day historic Danube River Cruise from Romania to Germany. More

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  • Category: Nonfiction » Travel » Cruises
  • Words: 12,250
  • Language: American English
  • ISBN: 9781311917928
About Pauline Hager

A native of Clinton, Massachusetts and a graduate of The University of South Carolina, Pauline Hager presently lives in La Jolla, California with her husband Randy. Pauline writes from her home, and recently published her latest ebook titled My Brothers and Me: The World War II Years. Pauline describes what it was like living through this war. Her other books include four ebook travelogues titled Panama Canal, Russia & Danube River (ocean and river cruises); Chama, Durango, Grand Canyon, and Kansas City (all by rail); China and England (land and river cruise): Japan and Thailand (land), a total of twenty-one countries. Her first book Memoirs of an American Housewife in Japan, humorously recounts her two and one half years living among the Japanese. Her next book is a novel titled Giorgi's Greek Tragedy, an epic tale during the Greek War of Independence (1821-1829) from the Turkish Ottoman Empire. Pauline enjoys reading books of all genres, traveling the world, working in her garden and garden railroading.

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Review by: Tomgle on March 29, 2017 :
Horrible travel book.. There are grammatical errors and worse this was written by a person who in my opinion did not visit these places unless you count getting off a cruise ship, visiting a monument or building, then getting back on the cruise ship in time for dinner. This same account could be written by someone from home who watched a DVD about the country. There is no insight here, no travel adventures, no documentary just a recitation over and over of "our ship docked, we got off to see something, then got back on". This is the new class of the Ugly American. So sad.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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