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London - A Visitor's Guide Paperback – 12 Dec 2016
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About the Author
Craig Cross is the guy behind the London travel blog at http://www.londondrum.com/blog/. He has spent the last few years as a full-time tourist, visiting over 200 landmarks, attractions and hotels in London, so he can compile them into a huge tourist guide which collects together all of his experiences, observations, hints and tips into a single volume called 'London - A Visitor's Guide'. He is also the author of a short comedy novel called 'World War Snow', and written a biography of The Beatles called 'Day-by-day, Song-by-Song, Record-by-Record'.
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Top Customer Reviews
What this book provides, even for those with a good knowledge of what is on offer, is an irreverent , sometimes tongue in cheek, but overall honest description of places to visit.
The detail regarding prices, times, child friendlyness etc is very detailed.
Also, the other less popular places to visit, often free, are an eyeopener.
when he visits tall places he is always worried that he has chosen the day when the building is going to fall down, and that is exactly like me!
I am glad now, that I am not the only one who thinks like this HA ha :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Born in London in the 50s, left in the 90s. After reading this guide I want to return to visit my my lovely capital again.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
Brilliant book. Although it covers many things I have already seen. It also opened my eyes to lots of sights I have missed and am now determined to visitPublished 6 months ago by nic47lewis
I love this ebook. The author is extremely funny in his writing and helped in planning our time in London.
I would buy this just to read!
A refreshing, informative and utterly entertaining guide to LondonPublished 12 months ago by William Morgan