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Fred Butler It's a London Thing An Insider's City Guide

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$ 29.95* | £ 16.99*
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Paperback, with flaps ISBN: 978-3-7913-8166-4

Date of publication:
US October 17, 2016
UK September 19, 2016
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Fred Butler has lived in London for over a decade, yet every day she still finds something new and interesting about the city, whether she’s cycling to catch a fashion show, DJ-ing a party, or going on training runs with the Run Dem Crew.

Now, in her first book, the popular blogger invites readers to come along on her London travels. Fred recommends the best each neighborhood has to offer in the way of bars, nightclubs, museums, stores, parks, and more. Her tips come with personal anecdotes and photos, and each chapter features a detailed map. Interspersed throughout the book are “Top 5” lists from a variety of notable personalities, for example the poet James Massiah’s favorite spoken word events; NTS Radio founder Femi Adeyemi’s best record shops; and fashion designer Zandra Rhodes’s most loved colorful locales. As vibrant and animated as Fred herself, this delightfully original take on one of the world’s coolest cities is brimming with its author’s personality and style.

"Insider Guide to the City" -

Paperback, with flaps, 192 pages, 16,5 x 24,0 cm, 175 color illustrations

ISBN: 978-3-7913-8166-4

$ 29.95* | £ 16.99* (* recommended retail price)

Publishing House: Prestel

Date of publication:
US October 17, 2016
UK September 19, 2016

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It’s a London Thing.

Name: Annie Datum: 28.08.2017

Ich bilde mir längst nicht ein, alles und jede Sehenswürdigkeit aus den gängigen Reiseführern gesehen zu haben. Trotzdem habe ich ein großes Faible für die etwas außergewöhnlichen Bücher entwickelt, die einen durch die britische Hauptstadt geleiten sollen. In „It’s a London Thing“ stellen echte Insider die schönsten Ecken der Stadt vor. Je nach Bezirk werden dabei die Schwerpunkte auf Museen, Clubs oder Möglichkeiten zum exzessiven Shopping. Illustriert mit stimmungsvollen Fotos, macht das Buch Lust beim nächsten London-Trip die ausgetrampelten Pfade zu verlassen.