Erscheinungsdatum: 12.10.2018, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Amazing Train Journeys, Titelzusatz: 60 Unforgattable rail trips and how to experience them, Auflage: 1st edition, Verlag: Lonely Planet, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Eisenbahn // Reiseführer // Reiseberichte // literarische Führer // Englische Bücher // Reise // Welt gesamt // Pole // TRANSPORTATION // Railroads // General // TRAVEL // Special Interest // Adventure // Food // Lodging & Transportation // Rail Travel // Welt // Reiseliteratur, Rubrik: Reiseberichte // Welt gesamt, Pole, Seiten: 304, Reihe: Lonely Planet Travel Reference, Gewicht: 1102 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Erscheinungsdatum: 12.10.2018, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Amazing Train Journeys, Titelzusatz: 60 Unforgattable rail trips and how to experience them, Auflage: 1st edition, Verlag: Lonely Planet, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Eisenbahn // Reiseführer // Reisebeschreibung // literarische Führer // Englische Bücher // Reise // Welt gesamt // Pole // TRANSPORTATION // Railroads // General // TRAVEL // Special Interest // Adventure // Food // Lodging & Transportation // Rail Travel // Züge und Eisenbahnen: Sachbuch // Welt // Reiseberichte // Reiseliteratur, Rubrik: Reiseberichte // Welt gesamt, Pole, Seiten: 304, Reihe: Lonely Planet Travel Reference, Gewicht: 1102 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Armed with his Victorian copy of Bradshaw's Railway Handbook, Michael Portillo takes to the tracks as, over a series of three journeys, he travels from coast to coast to discover what remains of Bradshaw's Britain and Ireland. This 3 DVD set features 15 episodes covering 3 different journeys: London to Edinburgh Blackpool to Harwich Goes to Ireland: Wexford to Westport Passionate about trains, Michael Portillo continues to chart the great British romance with the railways in this phenomenally successful series. Armed with his copy of George Bradshaw's famous railway handbook, he retraces three journeys that were first documented in the Victorian guide, witnessing what's changed and discovering how our love of the railways began. Throughout, he makes stops at some of Britain and Ireland's most beautiful cities and secluded villages, meeting extraordinary people and hearing how their lives have been shaped by the railways. This complete eighth series sees Michael going back to school, testing a state-of-the-art passenger train, uncovering the macabre history of body snatching, rubbing shoulders with Nobel prize-winning scientists and making a once-in-a-lifetime journey aboard the most famous train in history the Flying Scotsman!.
Go on one of the scenic train journeys in the world. Ride through some of the most beautiful highland countryside areas, see the picturesque villages with misty mountain backdrops in Sri Lanka.
A trip to the imperial mughal's architectural and cultural heritage spanning over Delhi, agra and Jaipur. Air conditioned comfortable train journeys will double the pleasure and fun in this comprehensive cultural journey.
With a Victorian guidebook in his hands, historian Paul Murton travels the country and traces the changes that have taken place since the birth of Scottish tourism 200 years ago. For centuries, north of the border had been regarded as a place to avoid and early travellers complained about the savage terrain and uncouth habits of the natives. To find out what changed to make Scotland an internationally celebrated tourist destination Paul recreates six journeys suggested by a well-thumbed copy of Black's Picturesque Guide to Scotland . Travelling by age-old modes of transport including a horse-drawn caravan and steam train, Paul explores the most fascinating parts of the country and follows in the footsteps of the first tourists to come Scotland and that have been charming visitors ever since. The Romantic IdealPaul goes in search of the romantic ideal, travelling from the Trossachs out to Iona and then the fabled Isle of Staffa. The Sporting LifePaul travels from Dunkeld via the Tay river to Balmoral on an 1870s tricycle. In Search of the Real ScotlandPaul travels by train from the foot of Ben Nevis to the fabled Isle of Skye. Mind, Body and SpiritPaul traces the history of the great outdoors, taking in Loch Tay and Rannoch Moor. In Search of Perfect IsolationPaul journeys from Shetland through to the musical Orkney Islands. Wish You Were HerePaul journeys from St Andrews across the Firth of Forth, and ends up in Edinburgh.
Train is a fantastic way to explore Vietnam – yet disembarking can feel like running a real gauntlet. Arrive in Ho Chi Minh City in style with a friendly, professional, pre-booked transfer from Saigon Train Station to your hotel or apartment. Most journeys will only take a few minutes, but make a world of difference.
Filmmaker Hannah Rothschild was granted access to all areas of Mandelson's life from October 2009, shadowing the then First Secretery of State and Business Secretary through to June 2010, following Labour's election failure. Interviews are snatched on train journeys or at the end of the long, exhausting days and Mandelson proves to be an open, disarmingly sincere, raconteur. It's the observational scenes of him at work, though, that prove the most revealing. Extras include - 'Tory Bashing', 'A Political Masterclass' and much much more.