London

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Lonely Planet Publications, Sep 15, 2010 - Travel
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Lonely Planet London
Listen to Yeomen's yarns on a visit to the Tower of London
Climb Parliament Hill for expansive views of the city
Find out why an Oyster is your best friend when it comes to city transport
Take a walk on the culinary wild side at London's dozens of ethnic restaurants
In This Guide:
Three authors, 1800 hours of research, over 800 places recommended
Special day-trips chapter and color sections on London's architecture and the River Thames
Locals lift the lid on traditional pie & mash, the city's Blue Plaques and exclusive literary evenings

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Tom has lived, studied and worked in London for over a decade, calling both Stoke Newington and Clerkenwell home in the past five years, before that being geographically scattered all over the city. Despite now residing in Berlin, London will always be home, and it was a great pleasure coming back home and seeing the capital from the perspective of a visitor for this update in 2009. You can see more of Tom's work at www.mastersmafia.com. Tom was the coordinating author and wrote the Introducing London, Getting Started, Background, Gay & Lesbian London and Directory chapters. He also cowrote the Highlights, Neighbourhoods, Shopping, Eating, Drinking, Sleeping and Excursions chapters.

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