Exploring Britain by KAMOCHE

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Including 100s of new ideas to get out and about for all the family, this guide provides details of all "must see" things: features of the countryside, churches, museums, buildings and galleries, plus hundreds of ideas to enhance your enjoyment -gliding in Hampshire; ski mountaineering in Glencoe; fell racing in the Lake District or floating peacefully on a barge down the Midland canals. For shoppers, there is advice on interesting specialist shops and factory outlets. The book contains six regions sub-divided into areas of interest, each with a guided walk, cycle ride and drive - all with route maps. Attractive page layouts combine practical information with interesting light narrative, bringing the activities alive. Colour photographs tempt readers to have a go whilst 33 specially-commissioned watercolour paintings illustrate each area. Plus there is a comprehensive listings section giving contact details for each activity and attraction described.


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Published October 31, 2000 by Automobile Association. 320 pages
Genres: Travel.

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The Telegraph

The book's whistle-stop tour of London ignores Soho, surely the capital's most vibrant neighbourhood, but dwells among the Inns of Court.

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