Frommer's England 2006

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John Wiley & Sons, Oct 3, 2005 - Travel - 786 pages
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Experience a place the way the locals do. Enjoy the best it has to offer. Frommer's. The best trips start here.
* Details on the best England and Wales have to offer, from London's palaces and museums to the scenery of Snowdonia National Park.
* Outspoken opinions on what's worth your time and what's not.
* Exact prices, so you can plan the perfect trip whatever your budget.
* Off-the-beaten-path experiences and undiscovered gems, plus new takes on top attractions.


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Contents

List of Maps
1
A Travelers Guide to Englands Art Architecture
20
Planning Your Trip to England Wales
32
England Wales Calendar
63
Train Routes in England
74
Suggested England Itineraries
91
Settling into London
101
The Top Attractions
166
Hampshire Dorset
333
Portsmouth Southsea
339
Regal Bath
367
Wiltshire Somerset
369
Bath
379
Red Cliffs Moors Plymouth Pilgrims
405
Devon
407
The Ancient Duchy
436

More Attractions
181
Westminster
183
Bloomsbury Attractions
195
Londons Parks Gardens
197
Royal Windsor Regal Oxford
233
The Thames Valley
235
Oxford
255
The Garden of England
279
Kent Surrey Sussex
281
Brighton
313
Austen Hardy Country
330
Cornwall
437
Honey Stone Wool Churches
459
Shakespeare Country the Heart of England
495
Fens the Norfolk Broads
546
Princess Di Robin Hood
584
Manchester Liverpool Chester
608
Brontë Moors Dales
669
Dylan Thomas Country
710
The Peaks of Snowdonia
746
Index
770
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About the author (2005)

As a team of veteran travel writers, Darwin Porter and Danforth Prince have produced numerous titles for Frommer’s, including best-selling guides to Italy, France, the Caribbean, England, and Germany. Porter, a former bureau chief of the Miami Herald, is also a Hollywood biographer, his most recent releases entitled Katharine the Great, the latter a close-up of the private life of the late Katharine Hepburn, and Howard Hughes: Hell’s Angel. Prince was formerly employed by the Paris bureau of the New York Times, and is today the president of Blood Moon Productions and other media-related firms.

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