London Walks, 2nd Edition
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Discover the entire city. Taking these walks is like being shown around New York by an exceptionally knowledgeable friend. The routes are comprehensive but not overwhelming, allowing you to connect neighborhoods, parks, and noteworthy sights at your own pace. In the process, you will discover plenty of interesting things about this city that you never knew!

  • Easy navigation. Routes are clearly identified on illustrated aerial-view maps.
  • Street layouts as well as the greater area are shown.
  • Manageable lengths. Most of the routes are one to three hours in length; many can be combined to create longer expeditions.
  • Friendly, lively text. The author includes background on must-see areas and provides lots of personal insights and adviceincluding where to eat, drink, and shop along the way.
  • Product Information

    Format: Paperback
    Vendor: Globe Pequot
    Publication Date: 2006
    ISBN: 0762741619
    ISBN-13: 9780762741618
    UPC: 024933014958

    Publisher's Description

    Explore London's most interesting neighborhoods with the help of this innovative guide, filled with full-color, aerial-view, three-dimensional maps and color photographs. The informative, lively text provides background information and recommends places to stop and shop, eat, drink, and sightsee.

    Author Bio

    Celia Woolfrey, a London-based travel writer and journalist, is regular contributor to the Rough Guides.

    Editorial Reviews

    "Glitzy restaurants have been a feature of the West End since the end of the 19th century. The bohemian-style Cafe Royal on the Quadrant was a frequented by Oscar Wilde and the artists Beardsley and Whistler (who signed his bills with the same butterfly motif he used on his paintings."

    "Plunge back across the Strand to Wellington Street and onward via Exeter Street where, in theme-park vein, signposts inform you that you are now in Theatreland."

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