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by Graham Pond

eBook London by London: The Insiders' Guide download ISBN: 0954831810
Author: Graham Pond
Publisher: The Friday Project Limited; 2nd edition (October 21, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 256
ePub: 1710 kb
Fb2: 1372 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Traveling
Subcategory: Europe

ISBN13:9781905548149.

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The Verdict: London guide books. The Insight Guide’s new experience format is great for people who want the best, well, experience, where you can almost tick off the list as you go, and are great for people who live in the city too. Lonely Planet never fails, and the London guide is no different, but for something different for creatives seeking a local’s view of a city that’s full of design and architecture, the Wallpaper or Citix60 are both insightful.

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This comprehensive guide to London written by locals includes dozens of full-color maps, plus one pull-out ma.

This comprehensive guide to London written by locals includes dozens of full-color maps, plus one pull-out map. Fodor's recommends restaurants and hotels by price and area and designates their top picks. All the major sights are covered, with in-depth breakout features on Westminster Abbey, British Museum, and The Tower of London. It has a color-coded map of neighborhoods and eight main chapters that cover nightlife, hotels, retail shops, art galleries, and contemporary life in the city.