Assister à un match de rugby du Stade toulousain. Longer à vélo le canal du Midi. Contempler les chapiteaux du cloître de Moissac. S'en payer une bonne tranche (de foie gras !) sur le marché au gras de Samatan. Emprunter l'itinéraire des castelnaux et bastides. Swinguer au Festival de jazz de Marciac. Être saisi de vertige au cirque de Gavarnie. Faire une folie et passer une nuit au pic du Midi... Et puis le routard Midi toulousain (Pyrénées, Gascogne) c'est toujours des adresses souvent introuvables ailleurs, des infos remises à jour chaque année et des cartes et plans détaillés. Avec le Routard, tracez votre propre route ! Rencontres, découvertes, partage, voilà des valeurs que nous défendons !
Guide du Routard Pays Portes de Gascogne 2016 2017
Partez à la découverte du Pays Portes de Gascogne : un patrimoine et un environnement exceptionnel, une gastronomie incontournable, et des villes charmantes : Fleurance, Lectoure, L’Isle-Jourdain... sans oublier La Romieu, classé au Patrimoine Mondial par l'Unesco. • Toutes les infos utiles pour découvrir le territoire ; • Tous les bons plans pour profiter au maximum de votre séjour ; • Tous nos coups de cœur : des incontournables aux visites hors des sentiers battus ; • Des adresses soigneusement sélectionnées sur le terrain ; • Des anecdotes surprenantes ; • Des cartes avec les adresses positionnées.
The Silverado Squatters
Robert Louis Stevenson's unconventional 1880 honeymoon in an abandoned silver mining camp on the shoulder of Mount St. Helena provides the backdrop for this wonderful narrative of late 19th century California. ""Squatting"" for two months during a California summer with his new wife, Fanny Vandegrift, The Silverado Squatters provides readers with insight into life in the Napa Valley--with descriptions of the ""experiments"" with local wine growing, his visit to a petrified forest, his first use of the telephone, and the characters of the local people. Stevenson used his memories of this California honeymoon to create much of the descriptive detail found in 1883's Treasure Island.
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A Burden of Silence: My Mother's Battle with AIDS, is a heartwarming story of an affectionate bond between a daughter and her sixty-six year old mother who was transfused with HIV positive blood during heart bypass surgery. It will evoke emotions of faith, inspiration, anger, and overwhelming love. The reader will also smile at the funny, tender moments that Ms. Draper writes about in her story. "This is a devoted daughter's story of her elderly mother's painful and lonely journey through AIDS. Because her mother was not part of a so-called AIDS risk group, she felt ignored, rejected, stigmatized, and ashamed. For years, she suffered in excruciating silence. Nancy has given her mother's story a voice. There are lessons for everyone in this book lessons about acceptance, compassion, and forgiveness." -Ann Webster, Ph.D., director, HIV/AIDS Program, Mind/Body Institute, Boston, MA "Nancy Draper has written a tender account of a daughter's devotion to her dying mother. This story about a grandmother who developed AIDS from a contaminated blood transfusion, will inspire admiration for Ms. Draper's courage and persistence. It will also inspire rage against the blood banks that failed to screen blood donations adequately." -Ann Pozen, Psy.D., president, National Association for Victims of Transfusion-Acquired AIDS, Inc., Bethesda, MD "This book is a must read It teaches us about the importance of embracing AIDS patients as human beings. We need to provide them with compassion and empathy instead of treating them as if they were "dirty" untouchable, unworthy people. In the end, I believe it is people like Nancy's mother teaching us about love and acceptance. Hopefully, her dying in silence will wake us up!" -Maggie Sund, Ph.D., Central Oregon Counseling and Coaching "Nancy Draper's mother told her, I want you to write about me having AIDS because I don't want anyone else to suffer in silence like we have.' Nancy's mother must be very proud of her and this account of three years of fear, heartache, some good days and always deep love. Here Nancy tells the rest of a story that she summarized in our March 1999 issue and wrote under a pseudonym. Thanks, Nancy!"
Who Was William Shakespeare
The plays of Shakespeare are still beloved the world over, yet much about the playwright remains a mystery. Discover the life of one of the most famous men in the history of theatre. With helpful illustrations including a diagram of the famous Globe Theatre, this concise and enjoyable biography puts together the pieces of Shakespeare's life and work for young readers. Puffin's 'Who Was . . . ?' book series presents clear and accessible biographies of some of history's most renowned individuals.
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When the great filmmaker Carlos Saura was a young man, he desired to create a book about his native Spain that would transgress the propaganda imagery of the Franco regime. He strove to depict his country as seen through his camera when he set out on a journey through Andalusia and central Spain in his Fiat 600 in the late 1950s. The trip left a deep impression on his first documentary film, "Cuenca" (1958). Since his youth Saura has been fascinated not only by the process of photographing but also by its technology, as demonstrated by his museum-quality collection of hundreds of historical and self-made cameras. Torn between the two media at the beginning of his career, Saura eventually chose to become a filmmaker but has continued to take photographs. Vanished Spain offers a comprehensive insight into Saura's photography with a focus on his black-and-white work of the 1950s: compelling images of landscapes, villages, bullfights and people of another era. Photographs of Saura's diploma film project, "La Tarde de Domingo" (1957), are also present in the book, making it the definitive representation of his photographic oeuvre.
Falling for Ryan
Kylie Brennan is psyched that her boring sophomore year at Jefferson Memorial is finally over. She can't wait to go on her Adventure Trails trip, where she'll canoe, hike, pitch a tent, and be worlds away from obnoxious Ryan Baron, the smart aleck who lives to torture her. But when Kylie arrives at the Adventure Trails' meeting point, her worst nightmare comes true--Ryan Baron is on her trip! Kylie would rather sit in chemistry class all summer than spend five weeks in very close quarters with Ryan. As the trip gets going, Kylie's surprised to see that Ryan isn't quite as irritating in these new surroundings. He's even sort of...cute. Could Kylie be falling for her worst enemy?
La Petite Voleuse
A screenplay tells the story of a young girl who becomes involved in a life of petty crime