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Paris Reflections
Walks Through African-American Paris
by Christiann Anderson
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.99 
Paris Reflections is a unique guidebook that takes readers on six walking tours through the historic districts of Paris where, for more than two centuries, African Americans have lived, worked, and created a rich and vibrant legacy of achievement in  [ more ]

Tuscany and Umbria - Charming Small Hotel Guides
by Fiona Duncan, Editor
Retail Price: $9.99 
Charming Small Hotel Guides: Tuscany & Umbria provides a guide to 200 captivating small hotels, hostals, pensiones, and restaurants-with-rooms?a much more in-depth treatment of the region than is possible in the all-Italy guide. The guide covers Arezzo, Firenze, Grossetto, Livorno,  [ more ]

Spain - Charming Small Hotel Guides
by Nick Inman, Editor
Retail Price: $9.99 
Charming Small Hotels: Spain provides the only color accommodation guide to Spain that accepts no money for an entry. Packed with charming hotels carved out of every type of building, from the historic to the humble, Charming Small Hotels: Spain  [ more ]

Paris - Lonely Planet Guides by Lonely Planet
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.99 
-- scores of eateries, including the best cafes to start the day with a petit dejeuner -- the lowdown on Paris' vibrant entertainment scene, from classical music to cabaret revues -- special section on architecture, including the grand projets -- excursions to  [ more ]

Paris Map - Lonely Planet Guides by Lonely Planet
Retail Price: $5.95 
Easy-to-use and durable new map series covering cities both on and off the beaten track. ? full-colour, glossy fold-out maps ? dowtown and metropolitan maps ? transit routes and walking tours ? full index of streets and sights ? essential information and telephone numbers ?  [ more ]

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