By Karen Henrich
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Planning a trip to Paris? Or you just love to read every book you can get your hands on about Paris? Practical Paris is written by a veteran tour guide (owner/operator of www.NuitBlancheTours.com and featured in National Geographic) and answers the most urgent needs, concerns, doubts and questions that repeatedly get asked by visitors before, during and after arrival Save time, hassle and needless expense and make the most of your precious stay in Paris -- all the research has been done for you and is presented in an easy format that can be read in a just a couple of hours! So pour a glass of wine or your favorite cuppa and come with us on a journey to the City of Light!
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By Karen Henrich
From leading hundreds of tour visitors around the City of Light since 2004 (Nuit Blanche Tours), we know people are staying in many different areas of the city so our walks are sorted by arrondissement (district). We also know that visitors have certain budgets and have an idea in mind of the kinds of shopping experiences they wish to have so our walks also cover a variety of price ranges and fulfill different types of experiences. There is something to suit every taste and budget!
In addition to each walk being sorted by district, they also list the Price Range (Pas Cher! which means Inexpensive, Affordable for Most, and Money Is No Object). The types of experiences we cover in this book are as follows:
Discount Shopping: yes, fantastic bargains can be found in Paris; you just have to know where to look (wink)
Grands Magasins: the grandest fashion department stores in the world!
Passages: 18th/19th century stone and covered passageways
Pedestrian Streets: permanent streets filled with boutiques and shops
Residential Trendy: fabulous shopping streets that are situated within Parisian
Bon Voyage French
By Robert Fontaine
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BON VOYAGE FRENCH – Easy French for Travel: Who says you need to buy expensive French programs or spend painful hours conjugating 12,000 French verbs in order to learn how to speak French? In fact, all you need are the 9 Basic Structures contained in Bon Voyage French – Easy French for Travel!
One of the comments heard most often from students of this system, especially from those who have studied using traditional programs, is “why didn’t anyone ever teach me this before?” Bon Voyage French provides a simple, easy to understand approach to French for travelers, and the best part of all is that it can be mastered in mere hours.
Gerry Frank's Where To Find It, Buy It, Eat It in New York
By Gerry Frank
Gerry Frank's Where to Find It, Buy It, Eat It in New York is the most comprehensive self-published guide to Manhattan. Since it's first edition in 1980 to the 17th print edition today, over 1 million people have used this guide as their "New York City Bible," including Mayor Bloomberg and Donald Trump! Now in it's first ebook edition, people are taking to the streets of Manhattan with their eReaders in hand to find absolutely everything NYC has to offer in the way of restaurants, food and services, hotels, museums and attractions, and of course, shopping!
Edited by Adrian Leeds and Schuyler Hoffman
France always makes sense. It is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, immersed in culture and tradition. The trickiest thing about France will be deciding which part of it holds the most allure for you. It could be the wild, rocky shores of Celtic Brittany, steeped in heritage and tradition…or sun-drenched Provence, with its rolling hills and lavender fields, broken by the turquoise sea of the Côte d'Azur…or the castles and sleepy villages of medieval holdings in the Dordogne… France has all the ingredients that we at International Living look for: a good climate, unspoiled countryside, top-notch culture, excellent health care, affordable real estate (despite the strength of the euro, France can still has lots of cheap property), colorful traditions and history, and, of course, the glitter and sophistication of Paris. It's not surprising that France is the world's favorite destination, receiving in excess of 82 million overseas visitors each year. France: The Owner's Manual will provide you with all the information you will need to turn your dreams of moving overseas into reality.