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City Walks: London

50 Adventures on Foot

By Craig Taylor,Maps by Bart Wright

4-1/16 x 5-5/8 x 1-1/4 in; 50 cards, 50 color maps
Other
February 2005
ISBN 9780811845625
ISBN10 0811845621

SKU# 9780811845625

$14.95
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Skip the double-decker bus and experience London like a nativeon foot! Whether you're a first-time visitor or just want to discover new terrain, City Walks: London will give you an intimate view of this historic city. Each card in this deck outlin...
City Walks: London


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City Walks: London

Skip the double-decker bus and experience London like a nativeon foot! Whether you're a first-time visitor or just want to discover new terrain, City Walks: London will give you an intimate view of this historic city. Each card in this deck outlines a self-guided walking adventure, with a detailed map on one side, and insider information on the other. Pick any card and start exploring London!

 

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4-1/16 x 5-5/8 x 1-1/4 in; 50 cards, 50 color maps
Other
February 2005
ISBN 9780811845625
ISBN10 0811845621

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nice gift

nice gift

10/11/11| Dana Squires
I got these for my sister before her trip to London last year. They made a nice gift. though I know she didnt use them much for actual walks (though she did do 2 or3) while there but enjoyed reading them over and comparing them to other references.
Maybe they shouldnt be thought of as the primary source, but a secondary one.

City Walks London

City Walks London

10/11/11| Mike Wallace
I bought City Walks Paris and had a great time discovering parts of Paris I have note been to before.

So I bought City Walks London but was disappointed to find that despite the amazing history all around in London the walks are mainly about hip places to eat and drink - and of course these rapidly change, are personal opinion and take up space on the cards that could have more usefully identified and described the real sites and sounds of London.

It is strange that the cards on Paris have little to say about restauraunts while the cards on London seem to be designed around some sort of gastronomic adventure!

So will I buy another set of cards?