Best Place To Feed Your Wanderlust - 2002
Not just Fodor's, Lonely Planet, and Frommer's, but Michelin rouge manuals, Azerbaijan atlases, and old WPA guides. That's one-half of the COMPLETE TRAVELLER. The other? Stimulating out-of-print travel diaries, documenting everything from outdated travel modes like heart-of-darkness yawls and underworld hacks to turn-of-the-century bohemians who wrote things like, "I came to New York, mainly to see Greenwich Village" and well-educated American ladies living in far-flung places like Avignon, languishing in cafés drinking vermouth all day.