Great Britain

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Lonely Planet, 2007 - Travel - 1014 pages
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Surf-pounded cliffs and crystal-clear lochs, confident metropolises and ancient towns, dramatic wildernesses and remote island getaways? with so much on offer, which Britain will you choose? Explore every side of this diverse land with our inspiring new guide. Plan your route - full-colour highlights, compelling itineraries and 200 easy-to-use maps lead you from the Orkneys to the Isles of Scilly; Immerse yourself - unravel the past and make sense of the present with our in-depth coverage of Britain's rich history and culture; Sleep sweetly - discerning accommodation reviews guide you to isolated bothies, snug B&Bs and glamorous boutique hotels; Make your escape - activities info takes you far from the madding crowds, whether on foot or by bicycle, wearing crampons or a wetsuit; Get stuck in - comprehensive eating and entertainment listings help you track down the best local food and the hottest clubs.

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About the author (2007)

David Else is a professional travel writer specializing in Africa and has written numerous guidebooks and magazine articles. He has visited Zanzibar regularly since the mid-1980s. He lives in Sheffield, England.
Heather Tyrell has contributed to this new edition; she is a specialist consultant for a successful African-interest UK tour operator. She resides in London.

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