Paris

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Rough Guides, 2001 - Travel - 400 pages
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An atlas of Surrey, giving comprehensive and detailed coverage of the region. The mapping is produced by the Ordnance Survey to Philip's specification and gives the user complete coverage of all urban and rural areas. The mapping is at a standard scale of 3.5 inches to one mile and is complete with postcode boundaries.
  

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User Review  - Jemma - Goodreads

Like all good Rough Guides, reading this was like a trip there. Covers many angles but as my copy was 10 years, or more old, much was out of date. Read full review

Contents

The Guide 1 Introducing the city
1
Arrondissements
4
Musee du Louvre
16
The Islands
18
The Louvre
26
The Tuileries and ChampsElysees
36
The Grands Boulevards and around
44
The Quartier Beaubourg the Marais and Bastille
54
Listings
163
Eating and drinking
188
Map 7
198
Music and nightlife
238
Film theatre and dance
257
Paris metro
264
Gay and lesbian Paris
273
Kids Paris
296

The Left Bank
70
Trocadero the Eiffel Tower and Les Invalides
85
Montparnasse and the southem arrondissements
97
Montmartre and Pigalle
111
StOuen flea market
117
PereLachaise cemetery
132
Map 2
138
City Directory
311
A brief history of Paris
325
Books
346
a glossary
358
Index
362
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About the author (2001)

Amy K. Brown is a seasoned travel writer who has backpacked throughout France, writing for Let's Go and Rough Guides. A Mount Holyoke College and Harvard Divinity School graduate, she lives near Austin in Georgetown, TX.

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