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AdvantagesGood info

DisadvantagesBecause iy covers large area may not e enough on individivual areas

...Lonely Planet Scotland (Travel Guide 8th Revised edition) Recently I took out a few travel guides about Scotland from the library .Included in my stash was the 8th edition of the Lonely Planet Scotland. I am thinking of visiting Scotland and prefer to do so independatly.I like to find out good cheap deals insead of expensive ones whih are often no better so research my options before taking...

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AdvantagesInteresting historical perspective, very well-written and engaging read.

DisadvantagesThe fact that I can't actually go back in time. Possibly a good thing. The black death an' all..

...people in a more personal and ?sympathetic? way. By looking at medieval people as a living, breathing individuals with feelings, an exciting and invigorating way of approaching history begins to emerge? *~Wot? No potatoes?~* ?A Time Traveller?s Guide to Medieval England? is one of the most interesting history books I have read. Very well written and engaging, Mortimer provides a vivid account...

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AdvantagesWealth of information for travellers

DisadvantagesNone that I can think of is an independent travel website full of relevant and very useful information. I encountered The Lonely Planet when buying some books as a present for a couple of friends going travelling around the world. +++++++++ What is the site about ? ++++++++++ The Lonely Planet began in the 70s and was founded by Tony and Maureen Wheeler. The Lonely Planet today has not...

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