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Title 100 Things to Do Before You Die
Author Dave Freeman
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Release 1999-01-01
Category Reference
Total Pages 221
ISBN 087833243X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Highlights the wildest and most exciting events on the planet and looks at travel in a brand-new way.

Title 100 Things to Do in America Before You Die
Author Bill Clevlen
Publisher Reedy Press LLC
Release 2017-05-19
Category Travel
Total Pages 176
ISBN 1681061015
Language English, Spanish, and French
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100 Things to Do in America Before You Die is a fun guide to understanding the complex fabric of the United States and the people that call it home. This book isn't simply a listing of places to visit but a catalogue of uniquely American experiences. From sipping on southern sweet tea to standing where the Wright Brothers tested their first "flying machine", each experience makes up an important piece of our American story. You'll find an enlightening mix of history, entertainment, art, food, sports, and even places to cross off your "selfie" bucket list. As an added bonus, you'll also find amusing trivia questions on every page. Most important of all, 100 Things to Do in America Before You Die was written to inspire road trips across the country. Mountains, museums, fried chicken, small towns, and yes, even the world's tallest mailbox—they all await you. Buckle up. It's going to be a fun ride.

Title The Bucket Book 100 Things to Do Before You Die
Author Mickael Nicotera
Publisher Lulu.com
Release 2016-02-01
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 46
ISBN 9781326551292
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Log, catalog and check in this ""Bucket Book"" all the stuff you want to accomplish before you expire. Organized in nine themes, find 100 ideas with illustrations on things to do.

Title 100 Things to Do in Missouri Before You Die
Author John W. Brown
Publisher Reedy Press LLC
Release 2021-02-15
Category Travel
Total Pages 192
ISBN 1681062984
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Missouri is called the Show-Me State for a good reason. From cosmopolitan rooftop bars to breathtaking mountain views, there are so many amazing things to do here that you could spend a lifetime exploring and still not cover it all. Make your goal easier with 100 Things to Do in Missouri Before You Die, a curated collection of the best from every corner of the state. Discover architectural wonders beyond the Arch, outdoor escapes like scuba diving in the Bonne Terre Mine, and museums and festivals celebrating everything from ragtime to road trips. Take the time to experience the legacy of George Washington Carver, Daniel Boone, Laura Ingalls Wilder, and Harry S. Truman. Find ideas for exploring the Ozark mountains, Missouri’s big cities, unique small towns, and even prehistoric caves. Don’t miss insider tips to world-famous attractions, distinctive food and nightlife scenes, cultural creatives in fashion and the arts, and where to shop for everything from fine furniture to fine whiskey. Local authors John W. Brown and Amanda E. Doyle invite you to buckle up for this nonstop adventure ride around their home state. Special features such as seasonal and themed itineraries make planning a snap, so there should never be a reason for you or your family to say, “I have nothing to do!”

Title 100 Things to Do in Kansas City Before You Die
Author Traci Angel
Publisher
Release 2015-02-15
Category Travel
Total Pages 160
ISBN 9781935806899
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Kansas City is on the rise. That's the vibe around the metropolitan area and this book shows you just where to find what's happening in this Midwestern crossroads filled with fascinating places and experiences. You've heard about the barbecue and jazz – two traditions that still define the area, but this guide takes you to places where the locals hang. It also includes insider tips and secrets along the way. We share with you the culinary joys of eating in a gas station, how to uncover the city's gangster past and where to go to make your own sausage. And that's just the beginning.100 Things to do in Kansas City Before You Die mixes eclectic with family-friendly venues, iconic Kansas City stops along with places that honor the diversity of people who have called the area home. Whether you grew up here or just visiting you are sure this book will take you to places that will amuse you, entertain you and make you think.

100 Things to Do Before You Die by Valerie Jamieson

Title 100 Things to Do Before You Die
Author Valerie Jamieson
Publisher Profile Business
Release 2004
Category Science
Total Pages 92
ISBN 9781861979254
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Bored with the daily routine?Want to do something adventurous but don't know where to start? 100 Things To Do Before You Die has the answers! It is a completely original compendium of intriguing, funny and somewhat bizarre ways to make your life richer and more fulfilling. The editors of New Scientist - one of the world's leading science and technology magazines - have picked what they would most like to do during their lifetime. You'll learn how to: Make ice cream using liquid nitrogen... Swim in bioluminescent bay... Walk in a dinosaur's footprints... See Saturn's rings... Listen to an iceberg being born... Measure the speed of light using a chocolate bar and a microwave... Write your name in atoms... Extract your own DNA... Taste the world's weirdest foodSusan Greenfield, Patrick Moore, James Dyson, Paul Davies and other famous scientists also reveal what they dream of doing before they die. Based on real science, these activities will engage your brain as well as your body. After you've found the first evidence for life, delivered a baby animal and seen the earth's curve from space, you'll never be able to look at the world - or the universe - in the same way again. And if you think life is too short, how about becoming a diamond or nailing a murderer after you die?

Title 100 Things to Do in New York City Before You Die Second Edition
Author Evelyn Kanter
Publisher Reedy Press LLC
Release 2019-05-08
Category Travel
Total Pages 160
ISBN 1681061783
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Even a frequent visitor to New York City can be overwhelmed by all of the memorable, delicious, and quirky treasures to discover in the greatest city on the planet. This insider guide helps everyone—from the first-timer to the seasoned local—cut through the clutter with 100 astounding adventures, off-beat treats, and historically significant must-see sites in all parts of the city. You’ll be inspired to get out and explore the city by paddling a kayak in the Hudson River or dancing outdoors under the stars in Lincoln Center. Attend Amateur Night at the Apollo, where stars including Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder launched their careers. Find your ancestors at Ellis Island and see the iconic Statue of Liberty in a whole new light. Need recommendations for where to dine? Eat your way around the world in Queens, or check out an unexpected delight such as a restaurant staffed entirely by grandmothers. Author, journalist, and lifelong New Yorker Evelyn Kanter’s love for her hometown shines through in every word of this indispensable collection. Her itineraries, tips, and insights will make 100 Things to Do in New York City Before You Die the one guidebook everybody needs.

Title 100 Things to Do in Texas Before You Die
Author E. R. Bills
Publisher Reedy Press LLC
Release 2018-10-10
Category Travel
Total Pages 192
ISBN 168106183X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Many Texas travel guides are all hat and no cattle, put together by temporary or transplanted Texans who aren’t well familiar with the state in its entirety, much less the experiences and marvels that express bona fide Lone Star spirit. Award-winning author E. R. Bills’s 100 Things to Do in Texas Before You Die is a definitive, quick-reference travel guide put together by a native-born, lifelong Texan who has traveled the state all his life and spent the last several years writing about its distinct treasures, attractions and history. From the Big Bend to the Big Thicket, the Panhandle to the Padre Island National Seashore and all points in between, join Bills in this Lone Star bucket list that emphasizes authentic Texas in in all of its amazing diversity, stark beauty and unparalleled presence in the lower forty-eight.

Title 100 Things to Do in Philadelphia Before You Die 2nd Edition
Author Irene Levy Baker
Publisher 100 Things to Do Before You Di
Release 2020-10
Category Travel
Total Pages 160
ISBN 9781681062723
Language English, Spanish, and French
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100 Things To Do In Philadelphia Before You Die provides the inside scoop on the city's well-known attractions and hidden gems plus tips on snagging reservations at trendy restaurants, scoring discounts, spotting celebrities, and getting the most out of each experience. This fully updated second edition includes more things to do, see, taste, and experience, new itineraries, and updates to every page. First-time visitors and transplants will discover the city's must-see attractions, including the Reading Terminal Market and the new Museum of the American Revolution along with Philadelphia's Magic Gardens, Mural Arts tours and Spruce Street Harbor Park, and other only-in-Philadelphia sights. Born and raised on cheesesteaks? This book takes long-time Philadelphians to under-the-radar spots, from an old fashioned rodeo to a former opera house turned modern venue for A-list performers, up 60 floors to indulge in cocktails and then down a tiny alley to visit the city's oldest tavern. Author Irene Levy Baker shares secrets she's learned while working in Philadelphia's hospitality industry for nearly three decades. Find out why Philadelphia was the only city in the United States to make National Geographic's list of best places to visit. And don't miss out on the fun!

Title 100 Things to Do in Portland ME Before You Die Second Edition
Author Robert Witkowski
Publisher Reedy Press LLC
Release 2019-03-11
Category Travel
Total Pages 160
ISBN 1681061600
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The original, the authentic, the real Portland is in Maine. Settled in 1633 and officially named in 1788, Maine’s largest city is unexpectedly influential in many key events in America’s history (including Oregon’s city being named after Maine’s Portland on a coin flip), but it has managed to remain one of the great American seaport cities on the East Coast. First-time visitors are delighted to discover a “lovely city” when expecting a small fishing town, or to discover a “charming town” when expecting to encounter a overwhelming city . . . but no one ever seems disappointed! Noted as a “U.S. Destination on the Rise” by Trip Advisor for consecutive years, then one better on National Geographic’s Best Small City list as the “Most Instagrammed City”­ the eclectic mix of cosmopolitan city, working waterfront, creative economy, and historical and cultural center appeals to the millions that flock here. What makes this city of only 66,000 so surprising to so many is the number of restaurants, theaters, museums, galleries, and performing arts venues available—rivaling urban areas more than ten times its size. This second edition of 100 Things to Do in Portland, Maine Before You Die gives you life beyond the guidebooks—the real Portland. It’s a glimpse into the amazing events, food, activities, and secrets that even locals may not know.

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