Visitors to China can take the Lincoln Tourist Guide to get a glimpse into the country’s history, geography and culture.

But it is not as easy as it looks.

The guide is meant to show visitors how to explore the country and has a number of inaccuracies.

Here’s what to know.

1.

The tour is not official.

This is untrue.

It’s not just a tourist guide.

Lincoln Tourists Guide is a nonprofit organization founded in 2001 by former U.S. President Bill Clinton and includes travel guides from countries like Japan, Turkey, Canada and Australia.

Its website says the tour is “free to use and edit, and is in no way endorsed by the U.N. or any other organization.”

The group says its guide is the official guide to the country, and the U to offer more than 500 tours annually to the U of C, the University of Waterloo, the Canadian Museum of Civilization and other locations.

It has also helped the United States prepare for a possible conflict with China.

“We have made many, many trips with the Lincoln Tours, including some trips to Canada,” the organization said in a statement to CBC News.

“This is a great way for Canadians to experience and experience the country.”

The organization says it is “the only guidebook in North America that covers the entire U.K. and includes the most comprehensive guide to North America and Canada available.”

2.

The guides include inaccuracies about China.

According to the guide, a Chinese man was murdered in the Uchen Mountains of eastern China in 1753.

That year, the Uchts was fighting a Chinese army that invaded Tibet, which was then part of China.

The U. S. was the only country that intervened in Tibet, and was able to secure peace between the Chinese and Tibetan armies.

3.

The Lincoln Guide is based in New York.

The website says that Lincoln Tours tours have been offered to the White House, the State Department, embassies in China and the Japanese government.

The American tour company that provides the guide says it travels in conjunction with “travel partners, government officials, universities, and other organizations.”

4.

There are no maps.

The site says there are a few “maps” that the tour guides are supposed to include, but they’re not accurate.

They include only the “road” through the Uchin Mountains, which the guide calls the “tour of the country,” according to a video posted to the website.

It also states that a map of China includes the entire country, not just parts of China, which is incorrect.

5.

The book is about the U, not about China, according to the company.

The video says the guide is based on “the most up-to-date maps” of China and that it shows “the best way to get to the places of interest.”

But it’s not clear how accurate that is.

The map of the U is just a reference, not a map that describes the entire region.

6.

The tours are not officially affiliated with the UofC, which has the U’s logo on it.

The official Lincoln Tour Guides Association is not affiliated with UofO.

The group said it is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that “provides unbiased and impartial travel information to the United Kingdom, Canada, United States, Japan, Australia, and throughout the world.”

The guide states that it “does not endorse any specific travel guides and is not a government agency.”

7.

The museum doesn’t have a Lincoln tour.

The Washington Post reported that the Lincoln Museum, which includes a museum, museum exhibits and other related programs, does not have a tour of the Chinese city of Urumqi.

The Post also noted that there are no guides for U of O or U of B. “The U of I, however, does have a list of the best guides to U of S,” the Post reported.

8.

The tourist guide has no affiliation with the Chinese government.

It is a tourist guides book, the company says.

The company says the U has a “long-standing tradition of providing independent travel guides, as well as a broad range of travel resources for tourists to enjoy, regardless of nationality.”

It adds that there is “an unwritten agreement among all guides that the U does not endorse the U.”

9.

The city of Chicago is not the U city.

Chicago has been home to the Chinese people since 1662 and is known as the capital of China for many centuries.

The City of Chicago and its surroundings are listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites.

But its name has become a bit of a buzzword in China as the city has seen a surge in tourist numbers.

The latest statistics from the UCP show that about 6,000 Chinese people visited the city last year.

“Since the opening of the Lincoln Park Crossing in late 2010, we have seen a significant