Monday, November 9, 2015

Cardiff & South Wales (Footprint - Pocket Guides)

New-born capital of Celtic cool.  Best of the sights. Galleries and museums.  Hard-drinking poets and soft sandy beaches.  Hip hotels and friendly  B&B's. Europe's oldest language. Hot bards and chilled cafés. Walks in the wild. Detailed maps to help plan your trip. Britain's best book town. Kid's stuff. Divas, sex symbols and male voice choirs...

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
4US tourist
By Steven R. Carlson
I had already purchased several useful guides on Wales, The Rough Guide to Wales and Wales by The Lonely Planet, both had their strongpoints, are larger versus this handy pocket size. I wanted more detail on Cardiff so I purchase this next. This pocket size guide has something I value a lot; more internet websites listing for hotels, other places of interest, with a succinct description. Naturally, it has a more expansive list of places to stay, dine, with price range coding. Also suggestions on what to sight see, as one would expect. It is well organized and also has information on the surrounding South Wales area. It has a short chronology of the history of the area. Nice city section and area maps are in the final pages. Limited black and white photos are interspersed in this guide, more would have delighted. This guide had information on local golf with websites. I am an avid golfer and have other golf guides that cover that topic, but did not have some of these included.

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