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Fodor's France 2009
ISBN: 1400019575
Fodor’s helps you unleash the possibilities of travel by providing the insightful tools you need to experience the trips you want. Although you’re at the helm, Fodor’s offers the assurance of our expertise, the guarantee of selectivity, and the choice details that truly define a destination. It’s like having a friend in France!

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Paris - main contributor, Alan Tillier
Call Number: 914.4 TIL
ISBN: 075661547X
A practical travel guide to Paris that contains maps, illustrations, photographs, and detailed information on hotels and restaurants, shopping and entertainment, and tourist attractions along with a 3-D aerial view of the city's most interesting districts.

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Fodor's 07 France - editor, Robert I.C. Fisher
Call Number: 914.404 FOD
ISBN: 1400016878
A region-by-region traveler's guide to France, featuring itineraries, prices, hours of operation, phone numbers, and detailed information on sites to see, lodging, dining, and activities; and including an overview of French culture, A-Z travel tips, a vocabulary guide, a menu guide, and a full-color Paris street map.

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Fodor's exploring France - Adam Ruck914.404 RUC
Call Number: 914.404 RUC
ISBN: 1400015014
Presents a guide to France, and provides information on he history and culture of the country, and includes descriptions of significant sights, with suggested itineraries for walks and excursions, and advice on accommodations, restaurants, transportation, and other topics.


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Fodor's 2008 France
ISBN: 1400018048
Few travelers can resist visiting France---the epitome of picture-book Europe---where enticing attractions range from Loire Valley chateaus and beautiful Provencal villages to lace-curtained Burgundy bistros and Paris's Louvre. Over 2.5 million Americans visited France in 2005, up 6% from 2004, indicating Americans continue to be smitten with the country.

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Rick Steves' Paris 2009
ISBN: 159880121X
The Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, and the cozy crêperies of Ile St. Louis—Rick Steves’ Paris 2009 allows any traveler to experience all that the City of Light has to offer, from the big-name attractions to the local favorites. Rick covers the best of Paris, providing full tours of the museums and historic sights, detailed walks through various neighborhoods, and complete coverage of Parisian cuisine. Pick from over 400 types of cheeses at the fromagerie on Rue Cler or take a day trip to Versailles—it’’s all possible with Rick Steves as your guide.

 

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le Centre Pompidou

 

la cathédrale de Notre Dame

le Louvre

 

le Sacré-Coeur

 

Eiffel Tower

les Champs-Élysées

 

l’Arc de Triomphe

 

les Invalides

 

le Musée d’Orsay

 

la Place de la Concorde

 

 

Versailles

 

le Moulin Rouge
le Place de la Villette
 

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