Paris Revealed

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Penguin Group Australia, Apr 27, 2011 - Travel - 324 pages
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PARIS – one of the most visited cities in the world.

BUT do you know . . .

Which is the most romantic spot to say 'je t'aime'? And the sexiest?

Where to see fantastic art, away from the crowds?

Why Parisian men feel compelled to pee in the street?

How to choose a hotel room where you might actually get a good night's sleep?

Stephen Clarke goes behind the scenes to reveal everything Parisians know about their city – but won't tell you.

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The beginning of this book was interesting but it became a little boring towards the end. I may pick it back up and flick through the remaining chapters at some point, probably later in the year before I visit Paris. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

In 2004, Stephen Clarke, a British journalist, published A Year in the Merde, an almost-true account of what may-or-may-not have happened in to him in the ten previous years he'd lived in France. He originally published the novel in a edition of 200 copies, with the intention of selling them through his website or giving them to his friends. However, following a reading in a Canadian bookshop in Paris and a write-up in a French newspaper, the book became a word-of-mouth bestseller and was published around the world.

He lives in Paris where he divides his time between writing and not writing.

For more information about Stephen Clarke and his books, visit his website-

www.stephenclarkewriter.com

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