Cities In 60 Minutes: London, Dublin And Edinburgh (2004)
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London: There is nowhere else in the world quite like London and if you find yourself with just a short time to explore this wonderful city, then London in 60 minutes is definitely the programme for you. Packed full of information about the most famous tourist destinations, great and small. From the magnificent Royal Palaces and green parks to the hustle and bustle of the major shopping emporiums and the bright lights of Theatre land, there truly is something to suit every taste.
Dublin: When the popular folk song waxes lyrical about "Dublin's fair city" it's got it absolutely right! Dublin is one of the most beautiful cites in the world and with the increase in weekend breaks it has become a very popular short holiday destination.
There is a great deal to see and some places are definitely not to be missed. The Old Jameson Distillery is a wonderful step back in time, history is also in plentiful supply with the magnificent St Patrick's Cathedral, Trinity College and the Custom House. The Architecture of the City is some of the finest you could ever wish to see and when it comes to theatre, the arts and entertainment Dublin truly is second to none.
Edinburgh: As one of Great Britain's best-loved cities, the Scottish capital, Edinburgh is one of the nation's favourite tourist destinations.
From the imposing Castle to the peace and tranquillity of Arthur's Seat to the narrow, sometimes menacing closes, which inspired such great fictional characters as Sherlock Holmes and Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, there truly is something in this remarkable city for everyone to enjoy.
London on the cheap- not helpful
- Cities In 60 Minutes: London, Dublin And Edinburgh review by CP Customer
A truly dreadful cheapie guide to London- you start getting suspicious when the ceaselss dance music keeps rolling and you don't get to see inside any of the attractions! This was made by a guy with a video camera and nothing else- the commentary made by a Scottish gentleman is lacklustre and tired and it doesn't help that he keeps banging on about how expensive it all is! A GCSE class could have done much better!
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