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Norfolk Broads (Collins/Nicholson Waterways Guides) Spiral-bound – 27 May 2010
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The book is well laid out tourist information in the first half, with the second half taken up with maps and very importantly a simple but effective system showing, moorings, water points and other vital information.
I bought two other guide books and an OS Map before visiting the area, but this guide was in constant use. The ease of use and the wire bound format with a flap containing a key etc, which also helps to keep the relevant pages to hand makes it a well thought out and very informative reference.
A deserved 5 stars!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It gives a lot of detail but you will need a good map as well.
Overall I give this publication 8/10 and am happy with it.
A very good value guide, plenty of information about moorings, water and pump out places, a good and up to date Eating Out guide, would recommend to anyone on their first trip on... Read morePublished on 21 Aug. 2011 by coleys4
This is a brilliant and very informative guide. Ideal for your broad break, and even for frequent broad visitors.
Would definitely recommend!
I find this disappointing. It contains a lot of general tourist information, but is not really much good for those hiring boats. There are many errors and deficiencies. Read morePublished on 4 May 2011 by evebry