United Kingdom: England Books and Travel Guides

Berlitz Lake District Pocket Guide
Packed with all the information you really need to know: all the lakes, from Grasmere to Windermere to Coniston Water; picturesque towns, from Bowness to Ambleside, from Kendal to Keswick; the best options for hiking, fishing, and cycling, from the Langdale Pikes to Grizedale Forest; historic highlights, including the homes of William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter; lodging and dining recommendations, from rustic to luxurious; plus visits to Roman ruins and druidic stone circles, and shopping expeditions; stunning photography and detailed maps; unique Berlitz language and culture tips.
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Blue Guide Oxford and Cambridge
Ideal for walking tours, this book guides you through the streets of these university cities with an insider's eye for architectural detail and fascinating stories of the histories and personalities associated with the universities. Galleries, museums, libraries, churches, gardens, parks, shopping centers, as well as the environs of the cities are covered thoroughly. New to this edition is more detailed practical information to get the most out of these two gracious cities.
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At the heart of the Dartmoor National Park lie miles of desolate moorland-accessible only by foot, while the fringes are dotted with picturesque villages of thatch and stone, acres of rolling green pasture and quiet valleys where streams meander through dense woodland. Between are spectacular granite tors and Neolithic remains. Lee Frost has visited these places many times and experienced their moods first-hand and in all weather conditions to create a stunning photographic record of this great wilderness.
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England for All Seasons
This book shows that any season is the right time to be in England, as the author relishes in the changing essences of English rain, shares her penchant for secondhand books, glories in the profusion of English gardens, dabbles in the art of "doing" a museum well, and dares the decadence of English desserts.
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James Herriot's Yorkshire Revisited
Twenty years ago, the bestselling book, James Herriot's Yorkshire combined hundreds of color photos with a moving essay highlighting the places he loved so much - from the lush valley meadows in the springtime to the remote villages during the depths of winter. Now, two decades later, the Herriot estate has authorized the creation of a new book on Yorkshire that matches the original in both charm and grace.
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Karen Brown's 99 England : Charming Bed & Breakfasts
This guide shows visitors to England where to find many of the finest bed & breakfast establishments in the kingdom. llustrations. Maps.
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Lonely Planet Britain
Filled with accommodation and eating suggestions for all budgets, this guide also features extensive coverage of outdoor activities, British history, architecture, and literature. of color illustrations. 156 maps.
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Rough Guide England
Travel to all parts of England with this Rough Guide as your companion.
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