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Frommer's Edinburgh and Glasgow
     

Frommer's Edinburgh and Glasgow

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by Barry Shelby
 

Catch a street performance on the Royal Mile during the Edinburgh Festival. See chapter 8.

  • Detailed maps throughout

  • Exact prices, directions, opening hours,and other practical information

  • Candid reviews of hotels and restaurants,plus sights, shopping, and nightlife

  • Itineraries, walking tours, and trip-planning

Overview

Catch a street performance on the Royal Mile during the Edinburgh Festival. See chapter 8.

  • Detailed maps throughout

  • Exact prices, directions, opening hours,and other practical information

  • Candid reviews of hotels and restaurants,plus sights, shopping, and nightlife

  • Itineraries, walking tours, and trip-planning ideas

  • Insider tips from local expert authors

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780470711231
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
02/22/2011
Series:
Frommer's Complete Series , #932
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
5.10(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.70(d)

Meet the Author

Barry Shelby was born 1960 in Berkeley, California, where he later attended the University of California. He received a master's degree in journalism in 1984 from Northwestern University in Illinois. From 1984 to June 1997, he was an editor at World Press Review magazine in Manhattan. He moved to Scotland in 1997, where he has worked as a food and drink writer and editor for newspapers and magazines, including the Guardian, Glasgow Herald and The List. He is married to a Scot and presently resides in Scotland's Western Isles after a decade living in Glasgow.

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Frommer's Edinburgh and Glasgow 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've read about half the book, and it is typical, rather good, Frommer's work. I'm familiar enough with Scotland to use a moderate amount of information, and it's nice to carry it in my tablet. However, in both the Nook version, and the Android version, the tables are just cut off! What good is half a table? Doesn't anybody look at the result before selling it?