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Frommer's Wales With Your Family: From Cliff-top Castles to Sandy Coves Paperback – Jan 20 2009


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  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Frommers (Jan. 20 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0470723203
  • ISBN-13: 978-0470723203
  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 1.2 x 20.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 322 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,163,691 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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From the Back Cover

Put the Fun Back into Family Holidays

With your family has all the inside knowledge and advice for a trouble-free holiday full of fabulous memories for all the family.

Discover a destination with:

  • Picturesque, windswept beaches to lively waterfronts

  • Spectacular mountains and waterfalls

  • A capital city rich in culture and family-friendly attractions

  • Museums, festivals and a rich calendar of events

  • A host of historic rail journeys

  • Accommodation and dining options to suit all budgets

Let Frommer's show you where your family can:

  • Dart into caves in jet-propelled dinghies

  • Go on a dolphin spotting expedition

  • Feed a baby goat on a farm

  • Explore sand dunes and poke around in rock pools

  • Find the invisible man at Cardiff Castle

  • Discover unique picnic spots with fantastic views

Frommer's. The best trips start here. Visit us online at Frommers.co.uk

About the Author

Nick Dalton is a freelance writer who has written regularly on travel and other subjects for the Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, Times and Sunday Express. He also contributes to numerous travel, ski and music magazines and writes regularly on family travel for takethe family.com

Deborah Stone is a freelance writer who works regularly for the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph, working on both travel and lifestyle supplements. She has worked for the Daily Express, written for The Times, Daily Mail, parenting and travel magazines and for takethefamily.com. She writes about gardening as well as travel and family life. She and Nick live together in Wimbledon with children Georgia and Henry.


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We found this book useful when we travelled to Wales. It details unique places that most tourists wouldn't travel to.
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Overall good but waiting to hear from publisher to get a corrected version Oct. 22 2012
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I am from North Wales and am planning my wedding there in March 2013. My fiancee and her family are from Ohio and I wanted to get this book to help me recommend places for them to visit and also for our future trips back to Wales.

An important location for us is Llandudno and Conwy on the North Wales coast, beautiful places with lots of history. Unfortunately on page 200 the edition that I have mentions the same things twice. The index says that Conwy Castle is meant to be on page 200 but it is not instead we have Alice in Wonderland Exhibition word for word repeated. I hope that Wiley will reply with a corrected page or edition but I am still waiting. Other than that it is a good book with great ideas for families. So if you are going to Wales and want ideas for families or just general tourist advise this is a good book. Just check page 200 to see if you have the same problem as me.


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