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Are We There Yet?: Perfect Family Vacations and Other Fantasies
by Haas, Scott
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Plume Book, New York, New York, (2004), 2004. Paperback. Very Good. Octavo, softcover, VG in blue pictorial wraps. 242pp. Scott Haas thought that whisking his wife and eight-week-old daughter off to Europe was a wonderful idea. After all, wasn't great food, enriching travel, and a cultured, foreign locale the perfect recipe for family bonding? But after just one week in Switzerland, in a house with a leaky roof, an indoor beehive, and in-laws who wanted to be roommates, any illusions of an idyllic family sojourn fell to pieces. And this was just the beginning.
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- Are We There Yet?: Perfect Family Vacations and Other Fantasies
- Haas, Scott
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- Used - Very Good
- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- Plume Book, New York, New York, (2004)
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- New York, New York, U.s.a.
- Date Published
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