DK Eyewitness Top 10 World (Eyewitness Travel Guide) - Dorling Kindersley ( DK CHU BAN SHE )
HardCover. Pub Date :2012-11-01 Pages: 360 Language: English Publisher: Dorling Kindersley DKs bestselling city guides have been giving you the Top 10 of your...... more
HardCover. Pub Date :2012-11-01 Pages: 360 Language: English Publisher: Dorling Kindersley DKs bestselling city guides have been giving you the Top 10 of your favourite destinations for years. Here. theyve gone one better. with the DK Top 10 World - a comprehensive full-colour gift book that showcases the Top 10 of everything around the globe. Divided by region. there are themed lists for each destination. including Culture & Tradition. Natural Wonders. Festivals and Moments in History.Perfect for inspiration and armchair travellers everywhere. the guide takes you from the Algarve to Auckland and from Iceland to Israel. with the Top 10 for each destination. There are also listings showcasing our pick of the Top 10 restaurants. markets. B & Bs. hostels. hotels. spas and shops for each region.The DK Top 10 World truly is your guide to the Top 10 best of everything!
Crystal Palace, Anerley and Upper Norwood 1894: London Sheet 145 (Old O.S. Maps of London) - Alan Godfrey
Detailed map of Crystal Palace; London sheet 145. Introduction by Alan Godfrey. The sheetlines for Sheet 146 are slightly different and are really centred on...... more
Detailed map of Crystal Palace; London sheet 145. Introduction by Alan Godfrey. The sheetlines for Sheet 146 are slightly different and are really centred on Anerley Hill. This map just covers part of the Crystal Palace, at the top of the map, and covers an area southward to South Norwood Lake, from Beulah Hill eastward to Maple Road and Penge Recreation Ground. Features include Crystal Palace (Low Level) station, Penge and Anerley stations on the Brighton line, Queen's Hotel, Central Hill, Westow Hill, the western part of Penge, North Surrey District Schools, and much of Anerley. On the reverse are street directories for Auckland Road, Churcfh Road, Westow Hill and Westow Street.
Advantages: beautiful location, fantastic staff Disadvantages: you cannot walk to the city
...We decided to book Spencer on Byron as our first stop in New Zealand as this hotel had the best reviews on a rival site, and was within our budget at about £40 per night.
We landed in Auckland at 11 pm, tired after a 24 long trip from London. As Spencer on Byron is right across town, we got a good look of Auckland at night - beautiful. The taxi driver actually asked us how come we had picked...
Advantages: comfortable quiet rooms,hotel situated conveniently for access to the City CBD, and 20 minutes maximum from Auckland International Airport Disadvantages: poor timing on our part, we arrived at reception early evening just after 2 parties,quite a wait as a result
...hotel was reached via an easy drive on good quality dual carriageway roads ( the South Western Motorway and Hugh Watt Drive) in 20 minutes, and through the Royal Oak district.
Greenlane is a pleasant leafy residential suburb of Auckland, adjacent to Cornwall park. There is a good bus service into central Auckland, and importantly the hotel is well placed for access to the Southern Motorway which we...
Advantages: Central location, excellent room, decent facilities Disadvantages: Plumbing system seems a little old and occasionally unreliable
...were curious to see it all this would live up to expectation.
The Heritage Hotel is right in the city centre of Auckland, on Hobson Street. This is parallel to the main shopping road, Queen Street, which is a couple of blocks away, and hence very close. These is also a branch of Esquires Coffee close by which is open 24 hours a day, as well as a decent microbrewery bar...