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Unofficial Guide to London 2000
     

Unofficial Guide to London 2000

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by Lesley Logan
 
From the publishers of The Unofficial Guide® to Walt Disney World® "A Tourist's Best Friend!" —Chicago Sun-Times "Indispensable" —The New York Times The Top 10 Ways The Unofficial Guide® to London Can Help You Have the Perfect Trip:
  1. Information that's candid, critical, and

Overview

From the publishers of The Unofficial Guide® to Walt Disney World® "A Tourist's Best Friend!" —Chicago Sun-Times "Indispensable" —The New York Times The Top 10 Ways The Unofficial Guide® to London Can Help You Have the Perfect Trip:

  1. Information that's candid, critical, and totally objective
  2. Advice on how to decide which season is best for you, and how to find the best airfare
  3. More than 50 detailed profiles of hotels rated and ranked for value and quality
  4. The best restaurants for every taste and budget
  5. All the details on London's attractions—which ones are worth your while, and how much time to budget for the must-sees
  6. Money-saving tips, including how to get into museums for free or reduced prices, and how to tour London on a double-decker bus for £1
  7. Information on getting the best views of the Changing of the Guard—plus how to avoid the worst of the famous London queues
  8. The inside story on how to make bids at Christie's auction house and find bargain designer outfits and shoes
  9. What you need to know to make the most of London's recreational facilities and beautiful parks
  10. All the details on how to enjoy London with your kids
Get the unbiased truth on hundreds of hotels, restaurants, attractions, and more in The Unofficial Guide® to London—the resource that helps you save money, save time, and make your trip the best it can be. Find us online at www.frommers.com

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780028630960
Publisher:
Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date:
01/15/2000
Series:
Unofficial Guides Series , #194
Edition description:
1 ED
Pages:
496
Product dimensions:
5.21(w) x 8.21(h) x 1.07(d)

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Meet the Author

About Our Authors and Contributors Lesley Logan is a freelance writer who has worked in publishing over the years as a nonfiction ghostwriter, publicity copywriter, and editor. She is the writer/editor of a new publication called The London Newsletter and is at work on a novel for young adults. She has lived in London as an expatriate for a number of years and has no intention of leaving anytime soon. Richard Ehrlich, who wrote the Dining chapter, has been writing about food and drink in major United Kingdom magazines and newspapers since 1988. His work appears regularly in The Independent on Sunday, The Guardian, and Time Out. An American, Richard has lived in London since 1974. Andy Craft, a native Londoner, wrote the Exercise and Recreation chapter as well as sections on British Culture, What the Locals Already Know, and Getting Around London. He is the author of several screenplays, and has worked for PBS in New York City, where he now resides. Rusty Egan contributed tremendously to the Nightlife section. As a young entrepreneur, he started several successful nightclubs in London in the 1980s, following a career as a pop artist in the band Visage. Tony Heiberg wrote the Entertainment chapter. He is a freelance writer and has worked as a critic and journalist for a number of magazines on both sides of the Atlantic. He is now working on a novel. Atalanta Knatchbull assisted on the hotel and shopping chapters as well as provided office support. Her knowledge of London is extensive, and her stories brightened many a morning at the patisserie. Denise Knestaut researched and wrote several of the entries for the Sight-seeing section, as well as all of the London walks. She has lived in London for two years and has created a London Web site for her sixth grade students back in the States.

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Unofficial Guide to London 2000 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Lonely Planet camp followers (which I am one) will quickly recognize this new title to be one to watch and read in its future editions. Quality critical exposition in travel literature is a rare commodity. The Unofficial Guide to London has secured a niche for itself if it maintains its own initial standard. Carry On...