Posts Tagged ‘Paris’

The Only Street in Paris

The Only Street in Paris
Former New York Times Paris Bureau Chief Elaine Sciolino has lived in Paris since 2002, but it took her almost a decade to move to the rue des Martyrs, which she calls “the last real street in Paris, a half-mile celebration of the city in all its diversity.” Sciolino discovered the street early on as
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An Interview with David Downie

An Interview with David Downie
In his new book A Passion for Paris David Downie embarks on an irreverent secular pilgrimage to the most romantic sites in Paris, weaving his own observations of the city’s most alluring parks, atmospheric cafes and inspiring vistas with those of literary lights Victor Hugo, Georges Sand, Charles Baudelaire and other great Romantics. In this interview
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Lonely Planet Make My Day Guides

Lonely Planet Make My Day Guides
Introducing Lonely Planet’s new Make My Day series, comprised of city guides designed for the traveler who wants to easily create custom itineraries. With a spiral binding and flip cards, each book offers more than 2,000 possible itineraries for each day — morning, afternoon and evening. Just flip through to plan the perfect day. The
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A Passion for Paris

A Passion for Paris
In his new book A Passion for Paris David Downie explores why and how the City of Light is also the city of love. Weaving his own observations of Paris’ most alluring parks, atmospheric cafes and inspiring vistas with those of literary lights Victor Hugo, Georges Sand, Charles Baudelaire and other great Romantics, Downie embarks
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