The Unofficial Guide to Paris

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 6, 2010 - Travel - 480 pages
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"Best of" listings giving our well-qualified opinions on everything from croissants to trips on the Seine.A district system ("arrondissement") and maps to make it easy to find places you want to go and avoid places you don't including friendly introductions to key Paris neighborhoods. Instead of long drawn out histories, you'll find concise overviews highlighting the key things to see and the best ways to see them in Paris.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
PART ONE UNDERSTANDING PARIS
18
PART TWO PLANNING your VISIT
30
PART THREE ACCOMMODATIONS
58
PART FOUR ARRIVING GETTING ORIENTED and DEPARTING
133
PART FIVE GETTING AROUND
185
PART SIX SIGHTSEEING TOURS and ATTRACTIONS
202
PART SEVEN DINING and RESTAURANTS
304
PART EIGHT SHOPPING
382
PART NINE EXERCISE and RECREATION
408
PART TEN ENTERTAINMENT and NIGHTLIFE
419
ACCOMMODATIONS INDEX
449
RESTAURANT INDEX
451
SUBJECT INDEX
453
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About the author (2010)

David Applefield founded Frank in 1983 and has continued to publish the journal in Paris ever since. Author of two novels, Once Removed (Mosaic Press, 1997) and On a Flying Fish (Mosaic Press, Fall 2001), he is also written Paris Inside Out (Globe Pequot Press, 2000), and The Unofficial Guide to Paris (Hungry Minds, 2001), and publishes the web site www.paris-anglo.com. Aside from specializing in marketing and publishing strategies for cultural content, his advertising and promotional projects often take him to French-speaking Africa, where he coordinates publishing supplements for The Financial Times and The International Herald Tribune. Applefield lives and works in Montreuil-sous-Bois.

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