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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful.
Super-Organized Travel Book
By AZ Reader
As you might expect from Frommer's, 30 Great Drives in Great Britain contains a wealth of information. In this case, it's about experiencing the British countryside as _you_ want to. Besides the to-the-point descriptions of pertinent sites along the drives, there are sidebars for "Back to Nature," "For Children," "For History Buffs," "Recommended Walks," "Special to...," and "Scenic Routes." The terrific photos whet the eyes' appetite, and pointers to tour and accommodation information in the back of the book coordinate everything.
Very different from Karen Brown's England, Wales & Scotland (a cozy book if I ever read one), but between the two I'm planning a "uniquely me" experience of Britain.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
By Jorie sanders
This is a beautiful book. Well made for travel and quality paper. It breaks driving tours down in areas and sections of GB. Many suggestions that will launch you on your way. Highlights of here and there without a lots and lots of details but, if you find yourself going in a direction of a particular area or region...you might like to open to those pages and see what's around you.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
Frommer's Great Britain
By Roger Keller Celeste
Very good, indeed, you will need a good plan e plenty of time to see all the things in it.