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Restaurants chosen by the public

Advantages: Concise and informative; well organised
Disadvantages: Only restaurants with sufficient responses in the survey are included

Iím not honestly sure how I first came across Hardenís Restaurant Survey a few years ago, although I expect it was through an email from them. Hardenís invites members of the public to complete a survey giving ratings and comments on restaurants they have ...

denella 18.12.2012 ∑ Read full review
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Review of Harden's UK Restaurant Survey 2013 - Richard Harden

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Freeloading

Advantages: Some good suggestions
Disadvantages: Some unoriginal suggestions

I selected this book from Amazon because, well, who doesn't love a free day out? It has been written by husband and wife team Ben and Dinah Hatch, and I had high hopes for discovering some unusual places to visit. My first port of call was to check wh ...

Essexgirl2006 23.12.2011 ∑ Read full review
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Review of Frommer's Britain for Free: Great Days Out - Ben Hatch, Dinah Hatch

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Don't leave home without it!

Advantages: Clear information with inspiring photos
Disadvantages: None

Having used the full size Rough Guides for many years, I have always found them to be an extremely useful combination of background culture and history, together with practical advice on sightseeing, eating out and living on a budget. When I looked for ...

dee7778 18.12.2011 ∑ Read full review
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Review of The Pocket Rough Guide to Lisbon - Matthew Hancock

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a cracking read, one not to miss!

Advantages: a great, personal journey, highs, lows and travel mishaps
Disadvantages: none

I was lucky enough to be sent this book for review, and to be honest I was a little scared at the prospect. My geography is horrendous, I have never been to London (I am 30!) and I worried I would not understand references in the book. This book reads l ...

rachdwriter 13.10.2011 ∑ Read full review
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Review of Are We Nearly There Yet? - Ben Hatch

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