Paperback. Pub Date: November 2010 Pages: 280 in Publisher: Rough Guides The Rough Guide to Belize is the ultimate travel guide to this unique country with...... more
Paperback. Pub Date: November 2010 Pages: 280 in Publisher: Rough Guides The Rough Guide to Belize is the ultimate travel guide to this unique country with clear maps and detailed coverage of all the best attractions from the beautiful. The sun-washed cayes to the soaring Mayan pyramids. Discover Belize's highlights with stunning photography and extensive information on everything from the country's magnificent Barrier Reef - the longest in the Western Hemisphere - to its mist-shrouded jungles. Find detailed practical advice on what to see and do in Belize. relying on up-to-date descriptions of the best resorts. hotels. spas. and restaurants for all budgets. The Rough Guide to Belize also features two full-colour sections featuring Belize's splendid underwater life. plus its ancient Mayan pyramids and sites . Explore every corner of Belize with more user-friendly maps than a...
The "Which?" Guide to Scotland ("Which?" Guides) - 0852028520
This is a practical guide to mainland Scotland, the Inner and Outer Hebrides, Orkney and Shetland, with regional maps and a selection of things to do and places...... more
This is a practical guide to mainland Scotland, the Inner and Outer Hebrides, Orkney and Shetland, with regional maps and a selection of things to do and places to see. Divided into regions this guide covers the Borders, Ayrshire and Dumfries, the Lothians and Lanarkshire, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling, Perth and the Trossachs, Fife and Angus, Loch Lomond, the Western Highlands, the Central Highlands, the North-East, the Western Isles and Orkney, Shetland and Caithness. The introduction outlines Scottish history and each regional chapter contains a map pinpointing the best monuments, landmarks, towns and villages to see, and recommends a range of hotels and guest-houses at various prices.
Advantages: quiet location, good value, helpful staff Disadvantages: quite a long walk to the city center, took me approximately 30 minutes to walk to
...to the elevator and floor number.
The Best Western Hotel Docklands Antwerp is located to the north of the city. It is situated in close proximity to Kempisch Dock (approximately 5 minute walk) and is accessible via the main arterial road N1, ring road R1 which connects with the A1 motorway. By foot the hotel is approximately a 30 minute walk to the central station and historical...
Advantages: Nice location, great hotel, breakfast included in the price, Disadvantages: No smoking area in the hotel, no smoking balcony either
.... My brother and I visited Prague in Mid January 2011, to have a nice break from home. It also gave me the chance to stock up on some less expensive tobacco from the Tesco supermarket near Wencezlas Square.
We looked at booking a hotel in Prague within a £50 a night spending limit per room and this appeared a good value stay. We paid just £35ish a night direct through the Best Western Prague...
Advantages: Independently Owned & operated Good Quality Disadvantages: Very Few
...Best Western Hotels are among the world’s largest hotel brands but is actually somewhat unusual. This international hotel chain is made-up of individually owned and operated hotels and inns around the globe. However, reputedly it is not easy to qualify for membership of Best Western – prospective members must meet some very exacting standards and each hotel in UK is independent...