Ecotourism, spa retreats, and spiritual travel are more popular than ever, catering to increasing numbers of travelers who want to learn and grow while vacationing. Damanhur, Italyas famous center for art, culture, peace studies, and community building, is poised to become a major destination for such tourists. The Traveleras Guide to Damanhur is divided into three parts, each focusing on a different aspect of visiting Damanhur and its renowned Temples of Humankind. Part one covers practical information on Damanhur and the essentials of traveling in the surrounding Piedmont region of Italy, including details on transportation, lodgings, places to visit, restaurants and wineries, shopping; classes, workshops, festivals, and other public events; and recommended spa treatments and massage therapists. In part two, the history of the Damanhurian community is given a fun treatment in a comic book insert that puts it in a mythic context, linked to Earth and the Galaxy.These flow together in an unbroken diagram-like drawing that blankets the entire room. ... selfic machine looking like an MRI device from the 1930s, a virtual ball of copper wiring entangling and falling from it like Medusaa#39;s hair, hangs over a bed from ... I am simply saying that it has been built comprehensively, piece by complicated piece, and tattooed meticulously and confidently as if it absolutely works.
|Title||:||The Traveler's Guide to Damanhur|
|Author||:||Esperide Ananas, Stambecco Pesco, Cinzia di Felice|
|Publisher||:||North Atlantic Books - 2008-12|