Paperback. Pub Date: November 2011 Pages: 128 Publisher: Phaidon Press Wallpaper * City Guides present a tightly edited. Discreetly packaged list of the best a...... more
Paperback. Pub Date: November 2011 Pages: 128 Publisher: Phaidon Press Wallpaper * City Guides present a tightly edited. Discreetly packaged list of the best a location has to offer The Design CONSCIOUS traveler Here is A precise. informative.. Insider's checklist of all you need to know about the world's most intoxicating cities. Whether you are staying for 48 hours or five days. visiting for business or a vacation. we've done the hard work for you. from finding the best restaurants. bars and hotels (including which rooms to request) to the most extraordinary stores and sites. and the most enticing architecture and design. Wallpaper * City Guides enable you to come away from your trip. however ief. with a real taste of the city's landscape and the satisfaction you've seen all that you should. In short. these guides act as a passport to the best the world has to offer.
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: nice surroundings, well equipped, nice breakfast Disadvantages: wee drive involved to actually get to Perth itself, car park gets flooded easily apparently
...thought of was fully booked. I wasn't sure why this was at the time - after all, you wouldn't think a lot of people would be thinking of hotel stays so close after the expense of Christmas and New Year. I had, of course, forgotten that Burn's Night was that very weekend...
Anyway, there was space at the Huntingtower Hotel in Perth, so he opted for that . . . and a very nice hotel it was!
Advantages: Offers a good bargain break in the UK Disadvantages: Nothing major
...The Great British Seaside resorts are not quite as popular as they were some decades ago; however, we have enjoyed numerous short British holiday breaks. Many holiday abroad because they love the sunshine; we (oddly enough) holiday in the UK because we like the changing seasons. A lot of the run of the mill hotels offering budget breaks and bargain weekends offer a decent service for a very...
Advantages: Great location, clean and comfortable Disadvantages: some dangerous corners in the room and no bedside table or light on my side
...Perth Travelodge, Hay Street
This is a 3 star hotel in the centre of Perth with 123 rooms (some of these are inter connecting for families) within walking distance of the Swan River or the Northridge shopping area with loads of restaurants and clubs. It is on Hay Street .The reception area is small with a couple of tables and some comfortable chairs, it certainly was not luxurious...