For example , my first plan is the “ Basic Three Days in London . ” This is for travelers who want to see " all of London ” during their brief visit , and of course I want to help them see the major points of interest .
Author: Ruth Humleker
Publisher: Marlor Press
Suggests ten different tours of London for those interested in the city's art, royalty, literature, maritime history, shopping, gardens, and romance
Complete with walking self-guided tours, maps and schedules, this unique tour book lets any independent traveller get around to enjoy the best of this fabulous city -- castles, royal residences, museums and hot spots.
Author: Ruth Humleker
Publisher: Marlor Press
London for the Independent Traveler is for the traveller who visits London without a guided tour but who wants to see and do as much as possible on his or her own. Complete with walking self-guided tours, maps and schedules, this unique tour book lets any independent traveller get around to enjoy the best of this fabulous city -- castles, royal residences, museums and hot spots.
The Independent Traveler's Guide to Royal London Robert S. Wayne. FOREWORD. Royal London In Context follows Venice In Context as the second book in the Europe In Context series. Just as travelers are drawn to the glorious art and ...
Author: Robert S. Wayne
Publisher: Independent Int'l Travel, LLC
Focusing on London’s royal past, this guide will interest those intrigued by the pomp and pageantry of British royalty. Two audio CDs provide 12 different audio tours, allowing independent travelers the freedom to go at their own pace as they explore the areas around the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, Whitehall, Horse Guards Parade, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly, St. James’s Palace, and Buckingham Palace. Along the way travelers will hear fascinating stories and amusing anecdotes about the royal family through the centuries and their role in British history. More than 100 full-color photographs enhance the easy-to-follow maps of the areas explored on each tour. Practical instructions are provided on how to use London’s convenient public transportation to tour the city and visit the outlying royal palaces.
About London for the Independent Traveler : " ... for travelers who don't have time to plan and don't want to go on a group tour who want hints on seeing the city's famous sites as well as some fascinating places that aren't well known ...
Allen line steamer from Boston to Glasgow and return , $ 80.00 Cook's tour No. 14 for independent travelers , from Glasgow to London by Lochs Lomond and Katrine , the Trossachs , Stirling , Edinburgh , Melrose , York , Lincoln , Ely and ...
London: McFarland, 2011. Lindsey, Karen. Divorced, Beheaded, Survived. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, ... London: Verso, 2011. Olechnowicz, Andrzej. ... Independent Traveler's Guide to Royal London. Decatur, GA: Independent International ...
Author: Cele C. Otnes
Publisher: University of California Press
Category: Social Science
No monarchy has proved more captivating than that of the British Royal Family. Across the globe, an estimated 2.4 billion people watched the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton on television. In contemporary global consumer culture, why is the British monarchy still so compelling? Rooted in fieldwork conducted from 2005 to 2014, this book explores how and why consumers around the world leverage a wide range of products, services, and experiences to satisfy their fascination with the British Royal Family brand. It demonstrates the monarchy’s power as a brand whose narrative has existed for more than a thousand years, one that shapes consumer behavior and that retains its economic and cultural significance in the twenty-first century. The authors explore the myriad ways consumer culture and the Royal Family intersect across collectors, commemorative objects, fashion, historic sites, media products, Royal brands, and tourist experiences.Taking a case study approach, the book examines both producer and consumer perspectives. Specific chapters illustrate how those responsible for orchestrating experiences related to the British monarchy engage the public by creating compelling consumer experiences. Others reveal how and why people devote their time, effort, and money to Royal consumption—from a woman who boasts a collection of over 10,000 pieces of British Royal Family trinkets to a retired American stockbroker who spends three months each year in England hunting for rare and expensive memorabilia. Royal Fever highlights the important role the Royal Family continues to play in many people’s lives and its ongoing contribution as a pillar of iconic British culture.
Author: Edward Livermore BurlingamePublish On: 1937
Solving the hotel problem is probably the most acute situation that confronts the independent traveler . Two ingenious means are announced in London that promise great appeal . The Port of London Authority has approved a plan for ...
British Hotel Reservation Centre (www.bhrc.co.uk): Lists current and seasonal specials at selected London and U.K. hotels. Independent Traveler (www.gowithit.co.uk): Lists hundreds of self-catering accommodations in London.
Author: Donald Olson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Whether you like taking in historic sites and cathedrals or great shopping and nightlife, quiet, quaint villages or swinging seaside resorts, the cosmopolitan aura of London or the spectacular beauty of the Lake District, you’ll find plenty to see and do in England. This friendly guide doesn’t solve the mystery of prehistoric Stonehenge, but it helps you solve the mystery of how to make the most of your time and your money, with: Five great one- or two-week itineraries to help you hit the high points on your list Suggestions for day-trips from London The low-down on the high-brow castles Information on areas from the Yorkshire moors to the cliffs of Cornwall to Stratford-upon-Avon Tips for getting around in London via Underground, bus, or taxi A tear-out cheat sheet to help you with unfamiliar British words so you can understand the blokes Like every For Dummies travel guide, England For Dummies, 3rd Edition includes: Down-to-earth trip-planning advice What you shouldn’t miss—and what you can skip The best hotels and restaurants for every budget Handy Post-it Flags to mark your favorite pages