Suffolk – a county of beautiful rolling farmland and narrow, winding lanes leading to sleepy villages and ancient wool towns with towering churches and forgotten castles. This book invites you to explore twentyfive gentle walks. It is for the unhurried wanderer who likes to linger, those with an afternoon to spare and time to reflect over a cuppa and cake.
Much more to the county than the streets of Oxford! With parts of the Cotswolds, Chilterns, the Thames Valley and the Wessex Downs, there's more than enough for even the most discerning walker.
The Charlie Chaplin Walk is targeted at fans of Chaplin, those interested in film history, people with a connection to the Lambeth and Kennington areas of London, and anybody with an interest of the social history of London's poor of the late Victorian and early Edwardian era.
In 19th Century London, a city of reeking pestilence, 500 people went weekly to an early grave - the victims of desease. 200 offences were punishable by death, and the law and its severity terrified all who fell foul of it.
Millions of visitors come to London every year on holiday, and guess what? They don't all speak perfect English! London Guide in Easy English helps them enjoy their stay by explaining the city in clear, simple language that even basic speakers can understand.
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