The vagabond book of south Snowdonia
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The vagabond book of south Snowdonia a travel book. by Don Gardner

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Published by Cambrian News Ltd in Aberystwyth .
Written in English



  • Snowdonia, Wales.,
  • Wales, North


  • Snowdonia, Wales.,
  • Wales, North -- Guidebooks.

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Edition Notes

SeriesVagabond series of car-tourist books for Wales, book 4
LC ClassificationsDA740.S6 G37
The Physical Object
Pagination111 p.
Number of Pages111
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5351769M
ISBN 100900439009
LC Control Number72300363

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The final third of the book recounts Renéee’s travels from one place to another; sometimes she is in a different location each day, sometimes the group stays in one town for a few days. Book Depository hard to find via United Kingdom: Softcover, ISBN Publisher: Broadview Press Ltd, Canada, Language: English. Brand new Book. First published in , George Walker's The Vagabond was an immediate popular success.3/5(2). Henry Ford and Thomas Edison took summer vacations together for about a decade, it was headline news. Jeff Guinn documents these annual jaunts in his new nonfiction book The Vagabonds, which goes year by year in recounting the journey taken. The vagabond book of south Snowdonia: A travel book (Vagabond series of car-tourist books for Wales, book 4) Jan 1, by Don Gardner Paperback. $ (1) Vagabond Book: Tourist Book for West Wales Aug 1, by Don Gardner Paperback. Currently unavailable.

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