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All of Bill Bryson's books are great and super funny.
As to these remarks, they don't get a lot of airplay and only sensitive people (or members of the groups) will object to them, but they're there nonetheless.
In this book, one gets a sense of what it is like to go traveling; one must constantly find places to stay and places to eat.
Bryson is always a delight. A talented and humorous writer with a fine command of the language.Published 3 days ago by Bensonmum
To clarify, if at all possible, I would give this travelogue 2.5 stars, as its relentlessly obtuse narration keeps it from full 3 star success. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Casey Marie
I'm a great fan of Bill Bryson, but this book is just boring. It has taken me 3 weeks of reading to see him getting to Rome and descriptions of his trip this far have been less... Read morePublished 8 days ago by ann
This guy "always" make me laugh out loud on my patio! Only problem is my neighbors think I'm Dr. Evil living in retirement! Read morePublished 9 days ago by Sandy McPheron
Hilarious and of course a fresh take on Europe from an American who did more than just follow a tour guide.Published 16 days ago by Sylvia Marlow
Old book, but a fun easy read. I thoroughly enjoyed even though parts of it are a little dated.Published 22 days ago by J. McClane
Such a fan of Bill Bryson. Always entertaining and a GREAT read. The first book I read of his was Notes from a Small Island. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Susan in Atlanta