Pauline Frommer's Paris

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 16, 2009 - Travel - 384 pages
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  • The best deals on accommodations-budget hotels, short-term rentals, aparthotels, bed and breakfasts, campgrounds, and more
  • The lowdown on Paris's finest museums
  • Finding gifts and souvenirs made in France, gourmet meals at reasonable prices, French lessons, and bike rentals
  • Exploring the "other" Paris-group rollerblading, film nights, shopping in open-air markets, plus nightlife
  • Winner of Best Guidebook for 2006 from the North American Travel Journalists Association (Pauline Frommer's New York City)
  • Free companion podcast on Pauline Frommer's Paris available at Frommers.com
  

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Contents

Chapter 1 Paris An Introduction
2
Chapter 2 Lay of the Land
6
Chapter 3 Accommodations Both Standard Not
22
Chapter 4 Dining Choices
71
Chapter 5 Remarkable Sights Attractions
124
Chapter 6 The Other Paris
198
Chapter 7 Paris Outdoors
212
Chapter 8 Walkabouts
229
Chapter 9 Le Shopping
251
Chapter 10 Nightlife in the City of Light
276
Chapter 11 Get Out of Town
299
Chapter 12 The Essentials of Planning
321
Chapter 13 A Closer Look
351
Chapter 14 French Words Phrases
361
Index
365
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About the author (2009)

Margie Rynn has lived in France for 6 years, during which time she updated the 2002 edition of "Frommer's Paris from $80 a Day," edited a newsletter on the ozone hole for the United nations Environmental Program, and wrote several articles for "Budget Travel Magazine," She has also written for Time "Out New York, Yoga Journal," and "The Amicus Journal," the magazine of the National Resources Defense Council. In a previous New York life, she acted in a Broadway play, and performed her own one-woman show at the HERE performance space. Margie is married to a kind and understanding French man and they have a lovely 4-year-old son.

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