The Rough Guide to France

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Rough Guides, 2003 - Travel - 1328 pages
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Simm Suchak (reader), London, UK: "I lived in France for a year and this book was like my bible. There were so many times I would have got lost without the maps. You even know where the tourist office is before you arrive, and all the information was spot-on. What I found especially useful was the 'classmark sysytem' of the price of hotels and youth hostels. We had most of it booked before we even arrived, which was such a godsend when we arrived there knackered! Fantastic even for a student backpacker." Times Literary Supplement. "Pithy and descriptive ... undoubtedly the backpacker's bible, but invaluable for almost every independent traveller."

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About the author (2003)

Freelance travel writer David Abram was born and raised in south Wales and the Mendip Hills of Somerset. An anthropologist, David currently lives and works in Bristol, UK. His first foray into the Corsican mountains was in 1986. Since then, he's walked extensively in the Himalayas, Europe, and North America but still regards Corsica as a benchmark trekking destination. He is also the author of two "Rough Guide "books.

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