Britain has often been labeled a nation of eccentrics, as Benedict le Vay's guide to his fellow Britons' bizarre behavior seems to prove! This extraordinarily readable guide explores all that is odd, way-out, or downright mad in England, Scotland, and Wales. This is the only working travel guide to British eccentric trivia, so this is the book for those who have ever fancied staying in an English folly, touring around eccentric British stately homes and pubs, visiting amazing museums, or taking part in bizarre events, such as the World Black Pudding Throwing Championships or the Lawnmower Grand Prix! This guide features:... recently rediscovered, a#39; he says. Then Lyndon saw a picture of an Indian tea planter driving a wickerwork car, ... Ita#39;s partly true, in that you might -Ar have fixed a wind-up gramophone but would you tackle a CD player? But dona#39;t despair yet.
|Author||:||Benedict Le Vay|
|Publisher||:||Bradt Travel Guides - 2005|