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1968 Fodor's European Travel Book

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Saw and purchased a 1968 Fodor's European travel book at a garage sale today. It's really fun! It's hard-back and sold for $3.95. I paid $2.00 for it. It covers 18 countries and has 5-star luxury hotels in Paris and Rome for under $20.00; economy hotels for under $2.00. It talks lots about how to dress, manners and appropriate behavior...just as we do today! It says 'women should always wear matching hats and gloves to dinner in cities' and men should 'have well groomed fingernails'. Happy travels!

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