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(Rough Guide Travel Guides S.)
London England. The Rough Guide to London is the definitive
insider's handbook to one of Europe's most exciting cities.
A full-colour section introduces many of London's highlights
with expert coverage of all the sights, from Buckingham Palace
and the Houses of Parliament to lively Covent Garden and the
attractions of the South Bank. The guide includes comprehensive
accounts of the city's neighbourhoods from swanky Kensington
and Chelsea to trendy Clerkenwell and Hoxton. There are up-to-date
reviews of many of the capital's hotels and restaurants, plus
detailed coverage of London's shops, pubs and clubs to suit
by London: The Insider's Guide (2nd Edition)
London England. London by London: The Insiders' Guide is the
ultimate guide to London, representing the collected knowledge
of thousands of Londoners on hundreds of subjects. Forget traditional
guidebooks which are aimed squarely at tourists, London by London
is designed to appeal equally to lifelong Londoners and visitors
alike with inside information on the best bars and restaurants
in the capital sitting alongside stories about some of London's
oddest buskers and most talented graffiti artists. With its
innovative question and answer format, the book is perfect for
dipping in to when you need to be reminded why London is the
greatest city in the world. Questions answered in the second
edition include... · Where is the best place in the capital
to get a cocktail after 2am? And where can you get champagne
before 8am? Where is the best place to buy a non-stolen second-hand
bike? Or a camper van? Where is London's most breathtaking view?
And where is the best (and worst) place to live? Where is London's
best steak restaurant? And which cafe does the best fondue?
Why does no one ever speed through the Limehouse Link tunnel?
How can you get London Underground to pay for your cab home?...and
much, much, much, much more besides
Guide to London's Retro Shops
London England. Part shopping guide, part lifestyle handbook,
'The Essential Guide to London's Retro Shops' is a timely and
colourful celebration of the growing demand for all things vintage.
Whether it's sixties scooters, vintage clothes, or original
furniture classics, the passion for the recent past is causing
a stir worldwide, and nowhere more so than in London. Appealing
to locals and tourists alike, this guide covers a huge variety
of retro shops sorted into five main types: furniture and design
(Pad), clothing and accessories (Threads), music (Tunes), cars,
scooters and bikes (Wheels), and cafes and bars (Nosh). The
book is divided into five London regions, each with its own
detailed map. All the entries include an engaging description
of what the shop or venue has to offer, together with contact
information and opening times. The shops and their goods are
illustrated with the author's own high-quality photographs.
This unique book, impeccably researched and written by an expert
in the field, will be a welcome addition to the choice of shopping
guides to London.
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