2 edition of Paris that"s not in the guide books found in the catalog.
Paris that"s not in the guide books
Basil Dillon Woon
|Statement||by Basil Woon.|
|LC Classifications||DC715 .W7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||269|
|LC Control Number||26009177|
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And remember to check out our other book resources: Popular Books — our list of the top book club reads. I'm planning a trip to Paris, Edinburgh, Amsterdam, and Brussels and have looked around for a guide book as well. From what I've seen, there are either all Europe ones that are very general or specific books for each city.
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I'm trying to relive my trip to Paris (& find out about all the good spots I missed), and actual guide books are a bit dull and repetitive. So I've been reading non-fiction from people who have moved to or spent a lot of time in Paris and France.I find them fascinating.
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This wonderful volume has been listed as a best book of by multiple critics. She misses her grandmother terribly, but she still wants to see the city they both loved. So when Nora finds letters and a Paris treasure map among her Grandma Sylvia's things, she dares to dream againShe's not sure what her grandma wants her to find, but Nora knows there are wonderful surprises waiting for her in Paris.
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I finished the English version of The Name of the Wind yesterday and I just went to La Fnac in Paris this afternoon and saw the book, but it is sold at the outrageous price of 30 euros Very unusual, maybe because it comes with a hard cover and fantasy books usually don’t (but are instead cut into two volumes in a most intriguing French.