Neither Here Nor There: Travels in Europe
Compass Press, 2000 - 352 ページ
Anyone who has been to Europe -- or just dreamed of going -- will be engaged by the blend of awe and bewilderment that Bill Bryson brings to this uproariously funny memoir of a trip around the Continent. Deciding to get a jump on a budding midlife crisis, he loads a bag with maps and old clothes and sets off to retrace the journey he took as a young backpacker in the 1970s.
Interweaving his comic misadventures from the first trip with the razor-sharp insights of his older self, Bryson wanders through Paris, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Rome, Geneva, Vienna, and other great cities of Europe. With affection and wit he explains why the French are constitutionally incapable of "queuing", why Yugoslavian beer encourages your legs to "go in for a little involuntary moonwalking", and asks: Why didn't the armistice treaty require the Germans to lay down their accordions along with their arms?
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Review: Neither Here Nor There: Travels in Europeユーザー レビュー - Jane - Goodreads
It was good although not one of my favorites. レビュー全文を読む
Review: Neither Here Nor There: Travels in Europeユーザー レビュー - Georgie Deacon - Goodreads
Another great travel romp by Bill Bryson. His pinpointing of European traditions is excellent. レビュー全文を読む