The Rough Guide to London

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Rough Guides, 2003 - Travel - 633 pages
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The Rough Guide to London is the most comprehensive and compelling guide to one of the world's most enthralling cities. A full-colour introduction gives an inspiring preview of the city's highlights - from the London Eye and Kew Gardens to Brick Lane and Notting Hill. Within the guide there is comprehensive background on all the sights and practical information to help you get the most out of your visit. There are authoritative reviews of hotels, pubs and restaurants, plus the latest take on London's nightlife and music scenes.
 

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Rob Humphreys has been writing for Rough Guides since 1989. He has traveled extensively, writing Pocket Rough Guide London (with S. Cook), Pocket Rough Guide Prague, and The Rough Guide to London (with S. Cook). Rob is also the coauthor of The Rough Guide to Scotland, The Rough Guide to Scottish Highlands & Islands, and The Great Glen Rough Guides Snapshot Scotland.

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