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Rough Guide to Brittany and Normandy - Edition 9
Tour France. Brittany
and Normandy is one of France's most visited regions with its
outstanding scenery, picturesque villages, remarkable history
and fine French produce. The Rough Guide gets under the skin
of the area with informed coverage of all the sights from the
magnificent abbey of Mont-St-Michel to the evocative medieval
city of Rouen. There are practical tips on a host of activities
including trips to Brittany's stunning off-shore islands and
cycling the backroads. In each chapter there are critical reviews
of the best hotels, cafes and restaurants, in every price bracket.
Finally a detailed contexts chapter covers the history of the
region, further reading and an essay on Breton music.
How to Find Great Wines Off the Beaten Track (Mitchell Beazley
Discovering Wine Country S.)
Understanding Bordeaux; What makes Bordeaux unique, making sense
of the wines and wine law. Good wine and how to find it. Geography,
the roads, rivers, railways, and towns. How to get there. How
to travel around. Where to stay in Bordeaux. How and where to
eat. How to make a little French go a long way.
Country Hideaways: Vacationing at Private Chateaux and Manors
in Rural France
Tour France. Introduces readers to thirty-five country getaways
in rural France that now invite travelers to enjoy their quaint
and beautiful guesthouses, and includes listings for recommended
nearby restaurants and activities.
Companion Guide to Gascony and the Dordogne (Companion Guides)
Tour France. The
corner of south-west France comprising Gascony and the Dordogne
is the quintessence of provincial France. Many will be content
to enjoy the douceur de vivre, the good food and the unspoiled
countryside, but for those who are interested in the past this
is rich terrain. Much of England's history between 1154 and
1453 was bound up with events in the region, as the French lands
of Henry II remorselessly slipped from the grasp of the English
kings. This is the land of Eleanor of Aquitaine and Gaston Phebus,
the scene of Richard I's death, and of the Black Prince's triumphs
and disasters. It is also the landscape in which some of the
greatest medieval poetry and architecture was created; here
many of the troubadours lived, and the lofty castles, Romanesque
churches, and fortified villages of their time beguile the traveller
Rough Guide to the Loire Valley - 1st Edition
Tour France. The
brand-new Rough Guide to The Loire is the essential guide to
one of France's most popular regions. A World Heritage Site,
The Loire is famed for its soft, fertile countryside and a marvellous
parade of chateaux. The main section of the guide has informed
accounts of every attraction from the fascinating troglodyte
dwellings carved out of rock-faces around Saumur to the compelling
gardens at Villandry. The listings tell you where to find the
best wines, the tastiest goat's cheese and the most interesting
places to stay. There are maps and plans throughout and a full-colour
introductory section listing the author's favourite 'things
not to miss'. In the contexts section there is detailed background
on the region's culture, cuisine, wine, festivals and history.
Nice's signature attraction is the Promenade des Anglais, a bustling walkway running along the Mediterranean. A walk up to Castle Hill is rewarded with a vista of the city, the Bay of Angels, pebbled beaches and the azure water that gives the Cote d'Azur its name. Nestled into the hills rising up from the shore are narrow streets, red-tile roofs, churches, outdoor markets, al fresco restaurants, parks and dozens of museums. The bay lights up after dark to usher in Nice's vibrant nightlife. Nice Hotel Deals. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.
and Roussillon (Rough Guide Travel Guides S.)
Tour France. The
definitive guide to one of France's most varied and exciting
regions. The Rough Guide to Languedoc and Roussillon combines
rich cultural and historical information and lively coverage
of all the sights with detailed practical information, for all
budgets. Special attention is given to outdoor activities, including
cycling and hiking as well as boating the region's famous inland
waterways. Expert advice is given on making the most of the
region's gastronomic specialities and vineyards. Coverage is
close up and critical, the guide tells you what to see, what
to pass up and gives you all the inside information to make
your travels in the region rich and rewarding.
and the Cote D'Azur (Rough Guide Travel Guides S.)
Tour France. The
Rough Guide to Provence and the Cote D'Azur gives detailed coverage
of France's most famous region, from the glamour spots of the
coast to the unspoilt inland villages and countryside. There
is a 24 page full colour introduction with photographs of the
region's highlights, followed by topical accounts of every town
and region, from Marseilles and Nice to lesser known towns and
villages. There are also critical reviews of the best places
to stay, eat and drink, to suit budgets stretching from camping
Boulogne and the North of France (French Entree S.)
Tour France. Fully revised and updated, this guide is a useful
companion for travellers to the restaurants, hotels and sights
of Calais, Boulogne and the north of France, each one personally
visited by the author. The book includes a French-English glossary
of food and drink terms, and a guide to French wines.
A celebration of Provence cuisine features more than two hundred
recipes complemented by a guide to local markets, profiles of
farmers and vendors, wine-pairing suggestions, and descriptions
of regional vineyards.
Wine (Eyewitness Companion Guides S.)
Tour France. Showing you what others only tell you. Perfect
for any wine-lover, this is the definitive visual guide to enjoying
and appreciating French wine. It features fully revised and
updated information on over 200 appellations and best vintages.
From regional information and driving tours to recommended food
pairings and details on how different wines are made, discover
everything you need to know about the wines of France.
Into French Course Pack: CD-ROM, Audio CD and Book
Get into French is an engaging, immersive and interactive new
language course for people on the go. Its flexible approach
puts the learner firmly in control of how, when and where they
learn, with a complete course on CD-ROM, supported by a book,
audio CD and web site.
French Riviera: A Literary Guide for Travellers
This is a literary tour of the French Riviera. It covers the
lives and work of all the writers who found inspiration there,
from Graham Greene and W. Somerset Maugham, who spent much of
their lives there, to those writers whose work it dominates,
such as F. Scott Fitzgerald and Guy de Maupassant, to those
who simply lingered there. Ted Jones' encyclopaedic work covers
them all, including: Louisa M. Alcott; Hans Christian Andersen;
J.G. Ballard; Simone de Beauvoir; Bertholt Brecht; Albert Camus;
Casanova; Bruce Chatwin; Joseph Conrad; Charles Dickens; T.S.
Eliot; Andre Gide; Ernest Hemingway; Victor Hugo; James Joyce;
and countless others.
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