I have always wanted to travel to the United Kingdom and visit places such as Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, Big Ben and the famous Parliament buildings. Speaking of Parliament, did you know that in the United Kingdom they celebrate Guy Fawkes day on November 5th with fireworks and big bonfires? In 1605 a plot organized by Catholic conspirators tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament. Interesting. If you have ever thought about traveling to the United Kingdom, visiting in November could be a lot of fun. The following books will give you a taste of what to expect and how to plan for your next trip to jolly old England.
DK EYEWITNESS BACK ROADS GREAT BRITAIN
By DK Eyewitness
Travel Guide for England, Scotland and Wales
MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR TIME IN BRITAIN: 500 GREAT BRITISH EXPERIENCES
By Edward Aves
The very best of Britain with 500 great things to do, see and experience. Inspirational travel book that not only looks good but is great to read.
By DK Publishing
Eyewitness travel family guide.
THE ROAD TO LITTLE DRIBBLING: ADVENTURES OF AN AMERICAN IN BRITAIN
By Bill Bryson
Notes from the author following his travels to places few people ever get to. He offers acute perceptive insights into all that is best and worst about Britain today. An entertaining read.