The TL;DR version of this review: This is the travel guide to Britain you never knew you needed 😀 I’m a Bill Bryson convert. Just as he has adopted the British (genetic?) predisposition for sarcasm and deadpan delivery, I’ve adopted his unique writing style. Like many Americans, Bryson always wanted to visit Britain.
I consider myself very interested in international cultures, particularly those of the continent. I’ve only visited Germany twice but have enjoyed both trips. On both occasions, I was struck by the countryside and the magical architecture of the towns I visited. I’m also a big Germanchristmasmarketaphile (it’s not a word, but I can make oneContinue reading “Book Review: Germania By Simon Winder”