Wednesday, 26 May 2010

New Eguides to Travel in China Available Now

China travel writer Cheryl Probst of Washington State has just published two ebooks about travel in China. They are:
• Parents Guide to Beijing. The easy to read guide is filled with kid-friendly attractions in the Chinese capital, as well as tips on how to make the trip more enjoyable. One tip is don’t try to do everything at once – take it easy while adjusting to the culture and pace of Beijing.
• Cuandixia: an ancient mountain village in China. Cuandixia is a centuries-old village nestled on a mountainside about 90 kilometers west of Beijing. The rural farming village offers a peak at life how it used to be in China.

Both guides have received favorable reviews.

“This new Parents Guide to Beijing offers sound practical advice and reveals a city full of exciting attractions for all the family, ” wrote Solange Hando, feature writer for China travel at Suite101.com. Read the full review at http://china-travel.suite101.com/article.cfm/new_parents_eguide_to_beijing_by_cheryl_probst.

Reader Jean Ash, who bought the Cuandixia guide says, “This guide tells exactly how to get there and why it's a must-see. The photos are lovely and tips very helpful, like where the best rest room is!” Read the full review at http://www.guidegecko.com/cuandixia-an-ancient-mountain-village-in-china-travel-guide/d,4492

Both books are for sale as downloadable ebooks in PDF format is at GuideGecko.com: Parents: http://www.guidegecko.com/parents-guide-to-beijing/d,4277. Cuandixia: http://www.guidegecko.com/cuandixia-an-ancient-mountain-village-in-china-travel-guide/d,4492.


DIY Beijing link:http://www.guidegecko.com/diy-beijing-a-guide-for-the-independent-traveler/d,5350

Probst lived in Beijing for two years in the 1990s where she worked as a copy editor for China Daily. She first went to China in 1984, and has been back about 14 times since then. She is an award-winning newspaper reporter and photographer.

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For additional information, contact Cheryl Probst
Email: cherylschina@yahoo.com
Website: www.cherylschina.webs.com

China Travel Tips: http://www.guidegecko.com/china-travel-tips-26-ideas-to-help-you-survive-the-middle-kingdom-travel-guide/d,8481

VTT -- http://visualtraveltours.com/quicksearch.php?q=Cheryl+Probst&x=44&y=10


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