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Frommer's England with Your Family

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Great Family Trips You'll Remember Forever At last, a travel guide for families. See the best of everything, with expert advice from mums and dads for mums and dads, giving you the confidence for an inspired trip while keeping all the family happy. With your Family has the inside knowledge for trouble-free breaks full of memories to last a lifetime.

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Paperback, 248 pages
Published June 1st 2010 by Frommer's (first published January 15th 2010)
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Very little actual useful information. Most of it is applicable for younger children, and a little too tongue in cheek for me.
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