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Product details

  • Paperback: 512 pages
  • Publisher: Craig Cross (12 Dec. 2016)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0995517940
  • ISBN-13: 978-0995517943
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.9 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
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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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I didn't really get this book for any other reason than it was free and to pass the time on night shift. I found Chris Cross to be an amusing author who has an amazing ability to tell you exactly what you want to know in a no nonsense manner. Chris seems to be a person that I would consider would make a true friend, at least that's the impression that I get. Well worth the time required to read and essential if you're planning a visit to London. Thank you.
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Recently used this e version of this book whilst on a visit to our wonderful capital. We have visited London lots of times and yet found so much more information from this perfect little book. Thank you
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Very good, interesting & informative.
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A comprehensive book with everything you might need. It is well written and laid out well with chapters on hotels from Travelodge to the Ritz with what you can expect in your room, contact details and photos. The author has done his research and takes you through the process as if you were there. Travel is extensive and includes boris bikes and Oyster cards, again with detailed explanations on using them. The sightseeing includes not only London but a few on the outskirts too. I found it a very good read and throughly recommend it to anyone wanting to visit London.
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Craig has a refreshing and direct style. He doesn't mince his words, if he doesn't think an attraction is worth the cost, he says so. He gives the reader really useful information, like where public toilets are! More guide books should be written like this. It might make certain sectors of the tourist industry pull their socks up.
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I have lived and grown up around the Capital.

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.
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Bought it as a guidebook but it's alright just as a read because he tells stories about his days out, talking about all the things he saw and stuff - funny. Things tick him off and he does bad days too. Did some alright ideas that we decided to do, like sky garden where they have big garden at top of skyscraper. Good view of London from up there and best bit of our trip. I recommend to everyone to visit the sky garden
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Funny book that was like me, because we both absolutely hate heights!
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 :)
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