Britain by Britrail 2001: How to Tour Britain by Train

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Globe Pequot Press, Dec 1, 2000 - Great Britain - 320 pages
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Britain by BritRail and Europe by Eurail are the only ones devoted exclusively to rail travel in Europe and Great Britain, with both timetables and suggestions on what to see and do along the way. Each guide has the most up-to-date information on fares, schedules, and pass options.Extras include: -- Tips on keeping costs down, traveling light, conquering jet lag, exchanging currency, and languages-- Current photos and detailed station and city maps-- Anecdotal and historical sidebars-- The latest information on the Chunnel and other Channel crossings-- Optional preplanned itineraries for the easiest travel imaginableThere is no better way to see England, Scotland, and Wales than by train, and there is no better guide to the British train system than by Britain by BritRail. This guide explains how to use London, Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Cardiff as base cities for day excursions to outlying points of interest.

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Planning a BritRail Trip 5
Arriving in Britain 27

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LaVerne Ferguson-Kosinski and her late husband George Ferguson first coauthored this unique and comprehensive how-to guide in 1980. A resident of Fort Myers Beach, Florida, she has more than twenty-five years experience traveling the rails in Europe.

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