If you´re traveling to a Portuguese-speaking country but don´t know how to express yourself in their language, then pay attention.... Many Portuguese-speaking people can´t or are not willing to speak English. This causes a problem for foreign travelers who want to communicate and be understood by the native population. How many of these travelers miss out on remarkable experiences...without even realizing? Could you be one of them? You see, most travelers make the same mistakes - they don´t have a Portuguese phrase book. Or you may have a phrase audiobook, but one that is poorly organized and filled with useless phrases that are seldom, if ever, used by regular tourists. But now, you can get an organized collection of all the phrases you need to make your trip to Portugal or Brazil an amazing experience. This audiobook includes phrases for: Starting out, such as meetings and greetings Getting accustomed Eating Accommodations Traveling Shopping Leasure activities And much, much more! So, if you want to avoid missing out on an amazing experience when traveling to Portugal or Brazil, click ´´Buy Now”! PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bruno Portela. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/120760/bk_acx0_120760_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
If you decide to make your next great getaway to Florence, Italy, you need this book. There is a high probability you may contract Stendhal Syndrome, ´´a condition in which a person becomes lightheaded or dizzy because he or she has seen a lot of beautiful artwork in rapid succession´´. A French author by the name of Stendhal visited Florence in 1817 and became dizzy and faint upon seeing all the incredible works of art throughout the city. The condition is also known as Florence syndrome, and if you are lucky enough to journey to the home of the Renaissance you might catch it, too. Florence is a magical city that attracts millions of visitors from around the globe. To make the most of your visit, listen to this book so you will be prepared to experience everything Florence has to offer. Packed inside this handy guide are tips on what to bring that you may not realize you´ll need, like toilet paper. There is a dress code that should be adhered to when visiting Florence: no flip-flops allowed. Did you know tipping is not allowed in Florence, and handling the fruits and vegetables at the local markets is frowned upon? To live like the locals do, wear the proper attire and be respectful of their customs. You will experience a vacation like no other! Hearing this handy travel guide will make your journey to Florence the trip of a lifetime. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bruno Belmar. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/036202/bk_acx0_036202_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Nora ist von Brunos Bekenntnis überfordert und kann auch die Zweisamkeit mit Sven schlecht ertragen. Um ihre Gefühle zu verdrängen, flüchtet sie sich in ein Last-Minute-Shopping. Auch Bruno ist auf der Suche nach Weihnachtsgeschenken für Helga und Bernd, nicht ahnend, dass er dabei Nora trifft. Sie gesteht ihm, dass sie den Kuss am liebsten wiederholen würde ...
Meet Jessica Huntington, an amateur sleuth with a shopping jones and a black AMEX card. She soon finds out that money can´t buy happiness or save your neck. Her well-planned life in shambles, she´s hiding out near Palm Springs, California. When her best friend´s husband is murdered, Jessica and her friends are soon stalked by scoundrels in pantyhose, stilettos, Bruno Maglis, and Armani suits. Roger Stone had something that got him killed. What was it and what will they do to get it back? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Rebecca Mitchell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/009031/bk_tant_009031_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Daniel Graves is a man of many talents. He juggles his responsibilities of being a painter, a teacher, the director of The Florence Academy of Art, a husband, and a father remarkably well. He knew from the age of three or four who he wanted to be. His career launched when he was 11 years old. ´´It was an art show in a local shopping mall; I entered something and I won the first prize,´´ he says, smiling. He studied with many artists including Richard Lack, Richard Serrin, and Signorina Simi, and received regular critiques from Pietro Annigoni. He admits never to have studied with anyone for a long period of time because of the family responsibilities towards a wife and a child since the age of 21. He wants his students to be authentic, and encourages them to find their own voice. Artists who are on the ´´same team´´ as him sometimes criticize Florence Academy. His response to that is simple. ´´We need allies and not critics because what we all trying to do is extremely difficult. To make art that is beautiful is very hard.´´ 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bruno Belmar. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/104309/bk_acx0_104309_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.