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The Cheapskate's Guide to London: Hotels, Food, Shopping, Shows, Day Trips, and More Paperback – 1 Dec 1995

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HASH(0x98568c78) out of 5 stars A Real Vacation Saver 28 Aug. 1997
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Having just returned from the UK, I found this book to be the most valuable asset that I took with me. It should be a must for anyone who is traveling independently to London.
This was my third trip to London, and at this point I do not care if I ever return to that city. With these strong feelings of dislike, if it wasn't for the fact that I had this book along to tell me about those little side trips, the ten day stay in London would have been a real drudge.
The timetables for the trains were off a little, but that can be easily ignored. The only thing that is a must to enjoy this book to its fullest is to have a BritRail Pass.
Great Book, Highly recommended.
Gregg Gillespi
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