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London's Hidden Secrets Paperback – 1 Sep 2011
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About the Author
About the Author: Graeme Chesters is an experienced journalist, copywriter, non-fiction and travel writer. He knows London well, having lived in the northwest, centre and southeast of the city, and is the co-author of Living and Working in London and Where to Live in London.
Graeme is also the author of many travel guides and has travelled and written extensively on regions as diverse as Europe, North America, the Middle and Far East, and Australasia. He's also an enthusiastic wine writer (and drinker), and the author of two wine books. Graeme lives in Bexley in southeast London with his wife Louise.
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The layout and text is crisp and easy to read even while travelling, the At a Glance panel is helpful, and the book is small enough to pop into a pocket. I liked the great photos and the easy reference maps - in fact I liked everything.
It is crammed full of less well known destinations and directions to get there
Most are well worth the trip as being either scenic or interesting and the book is small enough to carry with you
Day 1 pm we went to Leighton House and then the Roof Gardens that I had never heard of before.
Day 2 Dulwich & the Horniman Museum & Dulwich Picture Gallery - also well worth walking one way through Dulwich Park.
Day 3 Rotherhithe Street and along the Thames Path before busing down to Greenwich (Cutty Sark - not mentioned as it is a well-known attraction) and then across the river through the Foot Tunnel. Museum of London Docklands, which we didn't go to this time, is fabulous.
Day 4 City of London - walked along High Holburn - Staple Inn, up to Charterhouse Square, Barts Museum, to St Mary in Bow for lunch and a free organ recital (not mentioned in the book) and then to the Royal Bank of England Museum.
Day 5 - Chelsea & then central London - Royal Hospital & Chelsea Pensioners, walked up Old Church Street for the architecture (OK), Bomber Command Statue (not mentioned) Shepherd Market, Berry Bros & Rudd shop & then other things not in the book.
So thank you for helping us have such a successful week - your book made planning easier.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A great little book which shows you places you wouldn't think of visiting. A real gem. We have already discovered parts of London we have never seen before.Published 12 months ago by peridote
Excellent book to find different places to visit when in londonPublished 20 months ago by andrew moules
A very useful book if anyone should run of places to visit in London.Published 21 months ago by Lynda Robbins
A book that we will be taking to London in November along with volume 2.
The books identify more to London that you can explore then just the usual tourist sights
LIVING IN CENTRAL LONDON I NOTE THE MAJORITY OF VISITORS UNDER 30 HAVE NO INTEREST IN ANYTHING EXPECT SHOPPING IN PRIMARK OR M&MS WORLD AND EATING IN MCDONALDS. Read morePublished on 10 Aug. 2014 by CENTRAL LONDON MAN