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London Almanac 2010

London Almanac 2010 (Paperback)

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The one-stop resource for Londoners and tourists planning what to do and where to go in 2010, the "London Almanac 2010" is a calendar of events followed by an almanac divided into sections on themes such as sights, eating out, nightlife, arts, sports and the outdoors and shopping. The calendar provides advance information on must-see events in 2010, and includes 'last chance to book' dates for tickets. It also features non-time specific activities appropriate for the time of year, such as visiting Kew Gardens in spring. With an emphasis on savvy and expert selections of venues and activities rather than extensive listings, each venue or attraction is accompanied by a pithy and entertaining review, as well as contact details. Aimed at Londoners and tourists alike, this authoritative but informal book is essential reading, presenting interesting facts and nuggets of information on a host of lesser-known, independent and interesting sights and establishments along with more well-known attractions. No trip to London will be complete without it.

Reference & ResearchEncyclopaedias & reference worksReference worksTravel & MapsTravel & holiday guides Publisher: New Holland Publishers Ltd Publication Date: 01/10/2009 ISBN-13: 9781847735423  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Sarah Riches lived in east Asia for five years teaching English before completing a postgraduate diploma in magazine journalism at City University, London. She has written for The Sunday Times travel magazine as well as Food and Travel, Business Traveller, Wanderlust and TNT, among others. Sarah also contributes to, a lifestyle website about London. Her favourite things to do in London include eating out and visiting the theatre, museums and modern art galleries.

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