Frommer's Royal Wedding: How to See the Sights on the Big Day and Happily Ever Afterwards

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Wiley, Mar 23, 2011 - Travel - 27 pages
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Frommer's The Royal Wedding is your expert guide to seeing the best of the momentous and historic events taking place in London on April 29th, the day of the Royal marriage, joining Prince William and Kate Middleton. And then how to enjoy the big city after they have tied the knot, and Happily Ever Afterwards! Get the inside track on where to go, when to go, how to get about and how best to enjoy the pomp, history and fairytale-like proceedings as we give you a unique insight into the future King of England's ceremony and celebrations. We'll help you join the party, find a seat and take the opportunity of a lifetime to see the Royal couple wind their way around the most significant sites of London: St. James's Park, Clarence House, Horse Guard's Parade, Whitehall, Parliament Square, Buckingham Palace, The Mall and Westminster Abbey. Find out where to eat, shop, stay and have fun like a Royal, plus all you need to know about the Royal Family and the festivities to create an inspired trip, full of choices for the Big Day and beyond. Includes 20 full-color photos and a route of the wedding procession.

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Dinah Hatch is a major Royal fan and drinks her morning tea from a 1977 Silver Jubilee mug. She is the author of Frommer's England With Your Family and Frommer's Britain for Free and has been writing travel journalism since 1998 when she joined Travel Weekly. Dinah then worked on Business Traveller before going into freelance journalism. She has written travel features for publications including ABTA Magazine, Timesonline, The Observer, Trip Magazine, Travel Trade Gazette, and Cruise Magazine. Dinah has also been a freelance sub for Travel Weekly, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Express, and The People.

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