The Olympics begin this weekend. I’m not going, but I surely am taking advantage of free London stuff I can use later.
Lonely Planet is offering a free iPhone app (
#2.99), a free iBook for kids download for iPad ($9.99 ), and a free pdf book download ( $2.99)–all London-related. The offer is good only through July 31.
Even if you don’t know whether London is in your future, these will be fun for armchair traveling, especially knowing you’re getting more than you paid for. Lonely Planet is one of my standby travel guide resources–both online and their loads of books.
I’ve downloaded all of the free London items, and am especially looking forward to Not for Parents London. Don’t tell the kids, but I’m a sucker for:
. . . the real, inside story about one of the world’s most famous cities — London. In this book you’ll hear fascinating tales about famous and infamous people, creepy underground places, dark history and strange characters galore.
Check out cool stories about graffiti artists, murdered princes and people from all over. You’ll find royalty, punks and sleuths, and some amazingly weird food.
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