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Lonely Planet Oman Uae & the Arabian Peninsula 3rd Ed.: 3rd Edition Paperback – Sep 1 2010


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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Review of UAE Book by Lonely Planet Dec 26 2010
By Fred - Published on Amazon.com
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Of the seven books I've recently purchase prior to my trip to the UAE, Oman, Quatar, Dubai and Abu Dhabi, this was by far the best reference book. The maps are not a fancy as in some other books, but the B&W maps they had were the most useful. The tourist guide provided was also the best of the books. I highly recommend it!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Lonley Planet-Oman Oct. 24 2011
By Blumenmom - Published on Amazon.com
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Like all of the other Lonely Planet books, this one is a storehouse of knowledge for any traveler. Before our recent trip to Qatar, I had a number of questions one of which was , "which adapter plug should I take?" It was a simple matter to turn to the appropriate page in this book and find that Qatar uses the "English-3-prong plug" and with that I was good-to-go! No detail is too small for the Lonely Planet series...and if anything, they may include too much. But I would be hard pressed to suggest what to leave out; just skip what is not of interest.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Great Guide March 27 2012
By sunshine608 - Published on Amazon.com
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Good travel guide for the region. I enjoyed the history of each country and some of the tips provided by the author. I used this book for travel to Doha, Qatar and Dubai, United Arab Emirates and found most of it pretty spot- on. I had another book that focused just on Dubai, but I really enjoyed this book for the depth of information about the entire region. Hopefully one day I'll make it to some of the other countries.

As with any guidebook, changes ( especially in such a growing area) occur rapidly and some of the information in this book was outdated, but that was my only complaint.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
For Serious Travelers Sept. 24 2012
By E. Allgood - Published on Amazon.com
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As all Lonely Planet travel publications, this one too is full of very useful, informative data. Its format is perfect for tucking into a backpack or a tote for immediate reference. If there is any drawback, it is the lack of photographs. True, one can find that on the Internet, but often lacking that access, a few shots from each destination would enhance the information-rich text.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Doesn't Say Much, but what it says is accurate July 3 2012
By Elbeau - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this book in advance of my trip to Kuwait and Qatar. Neither of these countries is covered in-depth in this book. But, the sparce information provided was accurate. The content may have been limited more by the fact that there really isn't that much of touristic interest in either country, rather than the fact that the book strives to cover several countries. Perhaps more important, or relevant, is that the book, which it is safe to assume will be subject to some travel abuse, is not very well constructed and is not of a particulary convenient size. This might sound picky, but as an experienced traveler, I know that a book with pages that easily come loose, or is not convenient to keep with you, ends up being more of a problem than a help. I have found Michelin guides to be the best. They have all the information I need, take abuse and fit perfectly in my back jeans pocket. It does appear, however, that the book has more information on the other countries that I did not visit, so I'll give it 3 stars overall. Based solely on my use, however, I would give it 1.5 stars.


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