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St. Lucia (Landmark Visitor Guide)

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | St. Lucia (Landmark Visitor Guide).pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Don Philpott(Author)

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Arrive informed with your "Landmark Visitors Guide". The carefully researched text brings more fun and pleasure as you explore St Lucia's attractions. You'll find the touring and visiting suggestions easy to follow and the comprehensive FactFile tells you all you need to know about the essentials. With clear mapping and full colour photography, this guide covers everything from Pigeon Island to Marigot Bay.

"If you've never used a Landmark Visitors Guide, you're in for a treat. These useful guides give more than a gazetteer-style list of things to see and do. They give background information on an area and its sights. The beautiful colour photographs add interest to the guide and give a taste of what's to come.... Full colour maps in each section show the attractions and the recommended driving routes. With a Landmark Visitors Guide in hand, you don't need to plan your trip. An expert has done it all for you." -- Barbara Ballard

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Printable? Yes

Book details

  • PDF | 144 pages
  • Don Philpott(Author)
  • Landmark Publishing Ltd; 5th Revised edition edition (3 Oct. 2005)
  • English
  • 3
  • Travel & Holiday

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  • By A. Beney on 26 April 2011

    This is not a good guidebook! Bits of it are interesting, but when, on the same page you have been given two different versions of climate data for the island, you wonder how much else is wrong. "Average daytime temperatures are around 85F (29C) and average nightime around 65F (18C)" - then one column further "Average temperature is about 80F (27C)" Then "the high season is generally regarded as November to March, the driest months" and one column later "The dry season lasts from January to April." WHICH IS IT TO BE? I gave up after that. The picures are nice, although rather technicolor. Buy St Lucia Insight Compact Guide (Insight Compact Guides) instead.

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