United Kingdom: Wales Books and Travel Guides

Dylan Thomas's Wales
60 color illustrations & 40 b/w illustrations! Dylan Thomas returned time and again in his verse to Wales, particularly the area around Laugharne, which gave rise to his most famous verse play, Under Milk Wood
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The Rough Guide : Wales
From soaring mountain ranges, battered coastlines, lush valleys, and old-fashioned market towns, this updated second edition Rough Guide covers the country's historic sites, massive castles, tiny chapels, and much more. Dining and accommodations listings are detailed and incisive to include not just main towns and resorts, but also the smallest villages. 35 maps and plans.
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  The Taff Trail : Official Guide
A stage-by-stage tourbook to a popular walking and cycling trail in southern Wales, from the capital, Caerdydd, north to Brecon in the mountains. In addition to such usual tourist fare as beautiful vistas, quaint bridges, and old buildings, the features include a fake Victorian castle, closed mining pits, and reservoirs that drowned valleys to supply water to cities in England. Also explains the Welsh place names, without pronunciation. Beautifully illustrated in color.
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Richard Keen and Ian Burgum take the reader on a journey across a land of dramatic visual contrasts, weaving their way through Welsh cities and villages, castles, and ancient sites all set against a magnificent backdrop of lakes, mountains, and valleys.
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