Make the most of your short stay in London. This guide leads you through the best areas of the city, so you don't waste a minute of your holiday.
Make the most of your short stay in London. This new guidebook series selects the best aspects of a destination for the lifestyle of today's busy, quality-conscious travellers, with the emphasis on enjoying all aspects of an area when time is at a premium. Must-See Guides focus on all the ingredients of a satisfying short break - eating out and shopping and relaxation as much as sightseeing.
Cook's Tourists' Handbooks were a series of travel guide books for tourists published in the 19th-20th centuries by Thomas Cook & Son of London. The firm's founder, Thomas Cook, produced his first handbook to England the 1840s, later expanding to Europe, Near East, North Africa, and beyond. Compared with other guides such as Murray's, Cook's aimed at "a broader and less sophisticated middle-class audience. The books served to advertise Cook's larger business of organizing travel tours.
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Must-See Scotland book. Thomas Cook Publishing is a travel guide publishing house. For over 135 years they have inspired travellers with books that unlock the secrets of destinations around the world. This new guidebook series selects the best aspects of a destination for. Books by Thomas Cook Publishing. Mor. rivia About Must-See Scotland.
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Image caption Thomas Cook thought railway trips could be used for social reform; an advert for an early excursion, right. He harnessed the UK's newly built railways to offer his first 12 mile trip from Leicester to Loughborough, at the cost of a shilling per head (around £3 in today's money). Thomas Cook has 560 travel agents on the high street, it used to have more. That's bricks and mortar, they have overheads. Please ensure you have read the terms and conditions.
Thomas Cook (22 November 1808 – 18 July 1892) was an English businessman. He is best known for founding the travel agency Thomas Cook & Son. Thomas Cook was born on 22 November 1808, to John and Elizabeth Cook, who lived at 9 Quick Close in the village of Melbourne, Derbyshire. At the age of 10, Cook started working as an assistant to a local market gardener for a wage of six pence a week. When he was 14, he secured an apprenticeship with his uncle John Pegg, and spent five years as a cabinet maker.
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The two words have become synonymous with the modern concept of package travel, but they come with plenty of heritage. The company can trace its origins back 178 years, when the very first tour was organised by a Leicestershire printer who could not have envisaged that his simple scheme would become a colossal company. The brochure that the firm produced in 1868 – the second time such literature was published after an initial experiment in 1865 proved successful – is a thing of joy, more geography textbook than promotional spiel.