Frommer's Great Britain

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Wiley, Oct 31, 2003 - Travel - 784 pages
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Frommer's Great Britain is a terrific first edition guide packed with tips for planning the perfect trip to Great Britain. We'll show you the best of London, including the world-class theater scene, then set off to explore the rest of Great Britain. You'll admire the spires of Oxford, kick back in the cozy pubs of Edinburgh, go rambling in the Cotswolds, tour the spectacular gardens and parks of Cardiff, and chow down on the best seafood in Scotland.

You'll find candid reviews of a huge selection of accommodations in all price ranges, from chic boutique hotels and stately country house lodgings to homey B&Bs. It's all accompanied by dozens of color maps, the latest trip-planning advice on everything from bargain airfares to rail passes, money-saving tips, and a complete shopper's guide. You'll even get a free color fold-out map and an online directory that makes trip-planning a snap!

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About the author (2003)

A native of North Carolina, Darwin Porter was a bureau chief for the Miami Herald when he was 21 and was assigned to write the very first edition of a Frommer's guide devoted solely to one European country. Since then, he has written numerous best-selling Frommer's guides, notably to France, Italy, and Germany. In 1982, he was joined in his research efforts across England by Danforth Prince, formerly of the Paris bureau of the New York Times, who has traveled in and written extensively about England. Together, they are also the authors of Frommer's London, Frommer's England, Frommer's England from $70 a Day, and Frommer's Scotland.

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