Frommer's England With Your Family

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Wiley, Jan 15, 2010 - Travel - 256 pages
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Great Family Trips You'll Remember Forever

At last, a travel guide for "families." See the best of everything, with expert advice from mums and dads for mums and dads, giving you the confidence for an inspired trip while keeping all the family happy. With your Family has the inside knowledge for trouble-free breaks full of memories to last a lifetime. Hunt for a crazy T-Rex on the loose in NorfolkVisit an eerie, top secret nuclear bunkerFind out if you can make it as an astronautDiscover the cave where the magician Merlin lived"Plus" the best attractions, food & drink and accommodation"Also" hundreds of evocative photos and regional maps

Frommer's England With Your Family is a full colour, practical and accessible book for independently minded UK families looking to make the most of their family holiday. The guide highlights the best opportunities for families in the region and offer expert opinion on where to stay, where to eat and where to spend your holiday time enjoyably.

Includes sections on: London, Surry, Kent & Sussex, Hampshire, Dorset & Wiltshire, The West Country, East Anglia, Midlands, Central England, The Northwest, Cumbria & the Lakes, Yorkshire, The Northeast

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About the author (2010)

Ben Hatch started out as a tea boy in the Royal Bank of Scotland. He became a recruitment consultant, sold advertising space then lawn-mowers, worked in a video shop, as a postman and on the MCDonald chicken sandwich station before finally becoming a journalist on various local papers. He quit reporting to become  a novelist in 1997. He has written two works of comedy fiction. The Lawnmower  Celebrity and The International Gooseberry and is now on his third. Ben was tempted into travel writing by his wife Dinah who he lives with in Brighton. Together they authored Frommer’s Scotland With Your Family.

Dinah Hatch went into travel journalism after deciding that crime reporting for regional papers involved just a few too many evenings talking to dodgy people in dark alleys. Since then she has worked for a wide variety of national newspapers, magazines, trade publications and websites and writes extensively for the travel industry. Dinah co-authored Frommer’s Scotland With Your Family.


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