The Discount System in Europe (Classic Reprint): Paul Moritz Warburg
The final guide for free and discounted food, accommodations, museums, sightseeing, outdoor activities, attractions, events, music, theater, and rides. This is the best guide for freebies and discounts available in the most beautiful and interesting cities in Europe. And probably the most expensive. So, if you need to stretch your budget and get the most of these wonderful cities, this book is for you. You´ll find exciting things to do in each city. Free things: Cathedrals, churches, and cemeteries Park, gardens, and neighborhoods Music Attractions Markets Show and rides Museums Accommodations Festivals Food and drinks Discounts available: Museums Theaters Food and drinks Hotels Cruises and tours Markets Plan your visit in advance and save a lot of money while getting the most out of your traveling! Download you copy today and start saving now! 1. Language: English. Narrator: JD Kelly. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/079234/bk_acx0_079234_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
It´s tough in the consumer world. The good news? The entire basis for how to best shop, spend, travel, bank - essentially all aspects of being a consumer - is fundamentally changing. The power is now in your hands. Do More, Spend Less is your road map to get off the default path, turn the tables on the banks, airlines, hotels, cell phone companies, and retailers, and win the great game being played for your hard-earned cash. This approach has helped consumers on BradsDeals.com save more than $200 million in the last year alone. The book provides tips, strategies, and real-life examples of things Brad has personally done over the past ten years as a professional bargain hunter, including: How to earn five million frequent flyer miles, all on the ground. How Brad stayed two weeks in one of the nicest hotels in Europe for free. The tips and tricks that moved his credit score from 400 to almost 800. The secret discounts that can make new car buying smart. Why you should never buy an Apple product from the Apple Store. How to get a free (0%) 6-figure line of credit to build your business. And much more! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Don Hagen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/gdan/001061/bk_gdan_001061_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The world´s largest retailer, Walmart, has moved into Europe, with UK as its next target after Germany. Walmart operates about 3,601 stores, employs more than 910,000 people globally, and last year´s sales amounted to $137.6 billion (85.7 billion pounds). This figure no doubt makes the owners of many corner shops and small retail chains shudder. About 90 million customers are being served on a weekly basis with outlets in the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, Germany, China, Argentina, Mexico, Brazil, and South Korea. Walmart has undoubtedly been the leader of all other discount chains. Its enormous US stores, which are twice the size of the biggest European hypermarket, sell everything from clothing to food to hardware to sporting goods. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kent Bates. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/074341/bk_acx0_074341_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The Budget Travel guide is targeted at students, young people, and anyone else that wants to travel as much as they can without draining their bank account. Travel does not have to be something you save for all year, it can be something you can afford to do every single month! Inside, you will find valuable information on saving as much money as possible on everything from flights and hotels to cruises and special package deals. Here is just some of the stuff you will learn in Budget Travel: The absolute best times of year to take that vacation to guarantee you get the lowest prices. The single biggest money saver in travel. What it is and how you can take advantage of it. Two key things that can have a huge impact on the cost of your vacation. The best places to visit in the winter, spring, summer, and fall. There are places that are dirt cheap to visit in a specific season. How to get huge discounts on hotels. What days of the week have the cheapest prices on flights. Simple tricks you can use to save big money on airline tickets. These are 100% legal, and almost no one knows about them. Best times to travel to Europe, Mexican beaches, Caribbean islands, Asia, Egypt, and more. How to do your "homework" and recognize great deals when you see them so you can take advantage of them right away. There are last minute deals out there that are just insane, and you need to know where to look and what to look for in these deals. How to get the best bargains on package deals. How to go on cheap "round the world" adventures. How to get bargains on cruises. Exactly where to find these amazing travel bargains. Companies often have special deals, but if you don´t know where to look, you´ll never hear about them. How to get notified of special deals and bargains before everyone else hears about them. How to get special deals and discounts if you´re a student or are under 26. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sangita Chauhan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/074273/bk_acx0_074273_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Welcome to Forbes for April 23rd, 2012 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles. In the cover story, ´´Obamacare Billionaire: What One Entrepreneur´s Rise Says About the Future of Medicine´´ - With a big boost from Washington, Neal Patterson´s futuristic vision for computerized health care has made him a very rich man. But will it make us all healthier? Also, ´´Two Years After the Spill, BP Has a Secret: It´s Booming´´ - Two years after the well from hell, Bob Dudley has steered BP to one of the great corporate survival stories in history. But he´s not bragging about it - for good reason. We´ll also tell you about, ´´Apple´s Secret Plan for Its Cash Stash´´ - A chunk of Tim Cook´s $100 billion war chest is going toward outfitting factories in Asia that will be beholden to one customer:â¿¿Apple. Next, ´´It´s Time to Buy Disk Drive Stocks´´ - The cheapest stocks in the universe. Then, ´´Beware: A Chinese Recession is Coming´´ - It´s time for new stimulus in Beijing but in Europe austerity will mean depression and chaos. Followed by, ´´Surfing´s Toxic Secret´´ - The $7 billion surfing industry is rooted in an environmentally friendly image, yet surfboards are as toxic as ever. Michael Stewart sees a way to bridge the gap. And in our final story, ´´How to Get a Dollar for 85 Cents - This closed-end fund trades at a 15% discount to net asset value. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ken Borgers. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pe/forb/120423/pe_forb_120423_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The British South-African Company´s shares May be at a discount - (Trade-martyrs! - trade-martyrs!) But he, our Colossus, strides on, he declares, Whether with or without chums or charters - or charters. Hooray! We brave Britons are right now to the front - Provided we´ve someone to boss us - to boss us; And Scuttlers will have their work cut out to shunt This stalwart, far-striding Colossus - Colossus! —Excerpt from an editorial in Punch, December 10, 1892 The modern history of Africa was, until very recently, written on behalf of the indigenous races by the white man, who had forcefully entered the continent during a particularly hubristic and dynamic phase of European history. In 1884, Prince Otto von Bismark, the German chancellor, brought the plenipotentiaries of all major powers of Europe together, to deal with Africa´s colonization in such a manner as to avoid provocation of war. This event - known as the Berlin Conference of 1884-1885 - galvanized a phenomenon that came to be known as the Scramble for Africa. The conference established two fundamental rules for European seizure of Africa. The first of these was that no recognition of annexation would be granted without evidence of a practical occupation, and the second, that a practical occupation would be deemed unlawful without a formal appeal for protection made on behalf of a territory by its leader, a plea that must be committed to paper in the form of a legal treaty. This began a rush, spearheaded mainly by European commercial interests in the form of Chartered Companies, to penetrate the African interior and woo its leadership with guns, trinkets, and alcohol, and having thus obtained their marks or seals upon spurious treaties, begin establishing boundaries of future European African colonies. The ease with which this was achieved was due to the fact that, at that point, traditional African leadership was disunited, and the people had just staggered back from centuries of co... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Clem. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/089599/bk_acx0_089599_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.