By Rough Guides
Full-colour all through, The tough advisor to Britain is the final word advisor to tough courses' domestic patch. With 30 years event and our trademark 'tell it love it is' writing variety, tough publications hide all of the fundamentals with functional, on-the-ground information, in addition to unmissable possible choices to the standard must-see attractions. on the best of your record and warranted to get you worth for cash, every one advisor additionally studies the simplest lodging and eating places in all rate brackets. we all know there are occasions for saving, and instances for splashing out.
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By Dorothea Martin
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Der Norden Englands - das sind geheimnisvolle Moore, wilde Bergregionen, atemberaubende Naturerlebnisse in vier herrlichen Nationalparks und zahllose stolze Burgruinen, die von einer wehrhaften Vergangenheit zeugen.
Beschaulicher präsentiert sich die Mitte des Landes, wo sanfte Hügellandschaften, friedlich grasende Schafe hinter Trockensteinmauern, Fachwerkhäuser und urige Pubs das Bild prägen. Typisch sind Großstädte, die nach einer neuen Identität suchen und sich mutig modernisieren. Denn hier brummte einst Englands Schwerindustrie, die die Industrielle Revolution befeuerte und deren Profiteure ihr Geld in prächtige Herrensitze steckten.
Ganz anders wiederum Englands Osten: flach, mit unendlichen Weiten, Seenlandschaften und kilometerlangen Sandstränden für das (extrem erfrischende) undesirable im Meer.
By Helen Cook
By Alison Raju
By Anthony Beeson
By Ian Brodie,Krysia Brodie
By Brian Cookson
Triumphs of structure and engineering, London's bridges have encouraged artists as varied as Dickens and Monet. From the stylish Richmond Bridge to the Gothic, quintessentially British Tower Bridge, they've got shaped the backdrop to battles, rebellions, pageantry and mysteries for 2 millennia. Crossing the River tells those tales, together with the assassination of a dissident with a poisoned umbrella on Waterloo Bridge; the plain suicide of 'God's banker', an Italian financier with hyperlinks to the Vatican, the Masons and the Mafia; and the Marchioness tragedy and its arguable aftermath.
that includes illustrations and pictures outdated and new, this booklet will unquestionably raise the reader's wisdom and appreciation of the bridges and the folk who outfitted them, and thereby increase the excitement of seeing them, even if at relaxation or caught in a site visitors jam.
By Bill Purdue
The town’s nice moments, whilst it was once besieged and brought by means of the Scots in 1642 lower than normal Leslie and while Charles l was once imprisoned there, are all mentioned in complete evocative element. A vital subject is Newcastle’s bright social and cultural historical past for this was once either an leading edge and pleasure-loving society, identified for its inventiveness and its advertising of the humanities and sciences, but additionally for its strong and infrequently riotous pop culture. A bye-law regulating the costume of apprentices of 1554 inveighed opposed to the playing and ‘typling, danncing and brasenge of harlots’ that used to be acknowledged to characterise the approach to life of the apprentices. A puritanical observer of the town’s twenty-first-century nightlife could believe that little had changed…
The Kindle variation includes fifty seven illustrations (41 in colour)
By Eddie Brazil
In mystery excessive Wycombe, neighborhood writer Eddie Brazil delves underneath the outside of this Buckinghamshire marketplace city, revealing a lesser-known previous that even so much area people don’t know.
By Jonathan Oates,Paul Lang