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Reading ListTravel Books (+ebooks) on France

Southern Burgundy Explorer 2015 [Kindle Edition]: Insiders' guide to châteaux, churches, wine & more. Get ready for your next visit to Burgundy with my ebook updated for 2015!

The Gluten-Free Guide to France: Comprehensive information about where to find gluten-free food all over France, including such venues as restaurants, hotels, B&B’s, bakeries, and health food stores.

Tasting to Eternity: Poetic view of 30 of the best loved French cheeses.

  • Intoxicating Paris, by PJ Adams - Are you interested in finding your inner Parisian? Intoxicating Paris: Uncorking the Parisian Within is PJ Adams's quirky journey through the byways, kitchens, shops, cafés, closets, boudoirs, and creative heart of Paris. Intoxicating Paris takes you through the ancient streets of Paris, where you’ll find the secrets of creativity that inspired the likes of Hemingway, Hugo, and Rodin. Readers will peek inside some of the most sumptuous dining venues in Paris. And you’ll join PJ in a few cooking escapades, as well as solve the mystery of how those French women maintain their slim physiques despite their rich diet of foie gras, bread, wine, and dessert!

  • Intoxicating Southern France, by PJ Adams - PJ Adams, whose best seller Intoxicating Paris uncorks the magic in Paris, is back with another quirky journey—this time through Intoxicating Southern France. As you journey, you’ll sip chilled champagne in Monaco, rub elbows with the famous and infamous in Cannes, pick lavender from the sunny fields of Provence, scale the magical turrets of fortified Carcassonne, spelunk the caves of prehistoric Pech Merle, and traverse the skies in a hot-air balloon over Rocamadour and Castelnaud.

  • Quiet Paris, by Siobhan Wall - Paris is a beautiful city with astounding architecture and world-famous museums and restaurants. Because of its many attractions, however, it often feels as if there is nowhere to escape from the crowds. Siobhan Wall, author of Quiet Amsterdam and Quiet London, has sought out hidden, tranquil places so that Parisians can find some respite from their busy lives.

  • Eat Smart in France, by Ronnie Hess - How to Decipher the Menu, Know the Market Foods & Embark on a Tasting Adventure.


  • Walking Paris : Thirty Original Walks In and Around Paris, by Gilles Desmons - Discover Paris the way it was meant to be - on foot! Walks both on and off the beaten path. Buy this book with a pair of new shoes ;).


  • Hello France! A Hotel Guide to Paris & 25 Other French Cities, by Margo Classé - In-depth guide to inexpensive hotels that are centrally located in 25 of Frances most visited cities. A great resource for the independent traveler on a budget.


  • Rick Steves' France 2004, by Rick Steves - Take seasoned travel Rick Steves along with you on your next tripe to France. He'll make sure you don't miss anything you shouldn't.

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