Our other books

Portugal — A Tale of Small Cities

An experiential travel e-book
by David Stewart White and Deb Hosey White

Portugal - A Tale of Small Cities provides an insightful sampler of the wonders awaiting visitors to Portugal. The book will inspire you to explore this compact and approachable European destination. 
It includes what you need to plan your travels – more than 80 full color photos, helpful maps, and plenty of links to additional online information.

An experiential travel book, Portugal - A Tale of Small Cities combines practical and useful advice with beautiful photos, firsthand descriptions, bits of history and local legends. It’s a delightful show and tell guide full of fascinating places you’ll want to visit.

This guidebook takes readers to Tavira, Lagos, Sagres, Monchique, Praia de Rocha and other special spots in the Algarve region. It includes Evora, Obidos, Tomar, Alcobaca, Nazare, Porto and Lisbon.

Beyond Downton Abbey

by David Stewart White and Deb Hosey White

The popular television series Downton Abbey is just the start—Britain is filled with historic houses, castles and palaces. Join us as we take you Beyond Downton Abbey to dozens of the grandest, most romantic, quirkiest great houses in England and Wales.

Filled with fascinating tidbits from the history of the houses and the families that lived and worked in them, Beyond Downton Abbey is a guidebook series for serious travelers and armchair tourists alike.

By Deb Hosey White and David Stewart White.  Available in ebook and print editions from Amazon.com.

Let's Take the Kids to London

A family travel guide
By David Stewart White

This is a guidebook for families visiting London and the United Kingdom. The new edition is updated and revised the book from start to finish, adding maps, photographs, and more information on all the wonderful family activities and attractions in London.

2012 was a huge year for London tourism. In just one year, the city hosted the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, the Summer Olympic Games and the Paralympics. Add those to the Wimbledon Championships, the opening of the Harry Potter movie studio tour, the World Shakespeare Festival, the Chelsea Flower Show, Royal Ascot, the London 2012 Festival, Notting Hill Carnival, the Thames Festival...

2013 is a perfect time to visit London—the city is sparkling, there are improvements to hotels, restaurants, airports, public transportation, and visitor attractions. But with the big 2012 events in the past, you may find some travel bargains in and around the British capital.

So if you're packing your bags—or even just thinking about a family visit to London in 2012 or beyond—come on in, look around the website, ask us a question, and then order a copy of Let's Take the Kids to London.