Bollocks to Alton Towers: 50 Uncommonly British Days Out

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Michael Joseph, 2005 - Great Britain - 238 pages
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From the writers of The Framley Examiner and The Framley Museum, a guide to great days out in Britain. It will cover 50 unusual places of interest that somehow encapsulate everything that's great about Britain. This book will guide you to places that might sound dreadful, dull, cheap or grim but are actually worth a trip because they are so unique. From Portreath Bee Centre to Kelvedon Secret Nuclear Bunker to The British Lawnmower Museum, it celebrates the small and unusual rather than whatever new vomit-inducing rollercoaster Chessington is pushing this year. Bollocks to Alton Towers.

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User Review  - ascapola - LibraryThing

An enjoyable read, that supports my own view that the modest and quirky places are often the best places to visit. The book whetted my appetite for the following destinations that I haven't yet ... Read full review

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User Review  - bibliobibuli - LibraryThing

Bollocks to Alton Towers is a sort of alternative travel guide to places in UK. Most books of this sort direct you to the famous tourist spots (like the amusement park, Alton Towers, in the title ... Read full review

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