By Cara Frost-Sharratt,Henderson Fergus
By Cara Frost-Sharratt,Henderson Fergus
By Lynne Cleaver
By Stephen Butt
By Colin G. Maggs
By Robin Lidster
Robin Hood’s Bay: The Postcard assortment takes the reader on an evocative trip into the previous fishing village’s previous via a range of previous postcards that supply a desirable window into its history.
By Johnny Homer
Despite its hop background, Kent was once now not resistant to the decline in neighborhood brewing that blighted the post-war years. besides the fact that, within the final decade or so a incredible renaissance has taken position, and from the darkish days of the mid-1990s while the county had just a handful of brewers, it might now boast in way over 40. Kent is usually the birthplace of the micropub, small and self sustaining pubs that placed the point of interest on in the community sourced produce. they've got helped revive the brewer’s paintings in Kent and, in doing so, written the most recent bankruptcy in a captivating and intensely vibrant history.
This totally illustrated ebook explores either the wealthy heritage of brewing in Kent, and all that the county has to supply today.
By Fiona Stapley
The thirty sixth version of this much-loved consultant is as valuable as ever. prepared county by way of county, its entire each year updates and numerous reader techniques make sure that purely the superior pubs make the grade.
Here you won't in basic terms locate vintage state pubs, city centre hotels, riverside retreats and historical havens, yet additionally renowned novices together with gastro pubs and pubs specialising in malt whisky and craft beer.
Discover the pinnacle pubs in every one nation for beer, meals and lodging, and discover the winners of the coveted titles of Pub of the 12 months and Landlord of the 12 months. Packed with hidden gemstones, The sturdy Pub Guide presents a wealth of sincere, enjoyable, up to date and crucial information.
By Geoff Allan
By Andy Steves
Andy Steves' shuttle consultant alternatives up the place crowdsourcing leaves off, masking the abilities you wish for spur-of-the-moment journeys to Europe's most sensible destinations.
Follow three-day plans to discover every one city. examine which towns fit your pursuits and that are simply mixed for an extended journey, together with itineraries for Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Budapest, Dublin, Edinburgh, Florence, London, Madrid, Paris, Prague, Rome, and Venice.
See iconic sights. money the Eiffel Tower, the London Eye, and the Colosseum off your bucket record, and use Andy's how to keep time and pass lines.
Hit the neighborhood sizzling spots. relax at Amsterdam's espresso outlets, examine mixology at London's speakeasies, and bust strikes at Barcelona's seashore clubs.
Enjoy the easiest and most cost-effective neighborhood cuisine. Graze at boulangeries in Paris, pubs in Dublin, and aperitivo bars in Rome.
Become a short lived local. have interaction with the tradition to take pleasure in real, unforgettable experiences.
Master electronic travel. utilize your cash in Europe with apps and different electronic resources.
Connect with different travelers. Head to the most well-liked hostels for a ready-made, real-life social network.
Whether you are learning in a foreign country or simply seeking to discover Europe with no breaking the financial institution, Andy Steves' Europe may have you city-hopping like a pro.
By Mervyn Edwards
This isn't any pub quiz, neither is it a booklet of tall tales, yet a different perception into town of Stoke-on-Trent. here's a banquet of little-known proof with regards to the city’s historical past ‘below the surface’. through turns quirky, stunning, investigative and consistently unique, it unearths a lot concerning the Potteries of the previous and proves the previous adage that truth is much stranger than fiction. neighborhood historian Mervyn Edwards has been amassing ephemera on Stoke for twenty-five years. Now he stocks it with the public.