Paris Green Guide Michelin 2012-2013

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Michelin Travel & Lifestyle, Apr 1, 2011 - Travel - 464 pages
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This eBook version of the Green Guide Paris by Michelin, with its famed star-rating system, maps, illustrations and walking tours, helps you discover every facet of the beautiful City of Light. Join a Friday night roller-blade rally near Gare Montparnasse, stroll along the Seine, browse the bouquinistes’ stalls of old books, or enjoy more traditional sites such as the Eiffel Tower. From flea markets to fine dining, whatever your budget, the guide’s features and recommended restaurants and accommodations help you uncover what Paris has to offer. The guide includes walk-throughs of major museums, galleries, churches and attractions, as well as Michelin’s walking and driving tours. Description: The perfect travel companion, The Green Guide has brought discerning and up-to-date information to domestic and international travelers for generations. Whether cruising the wine regions of France, or hoofing it through NYC, the world-famous star-rating system helps you to craft trips of a lifetime. Download to a Kindle, Nook, Android-based or Apple tablet or smartphone, and you are ready to go. Use the guide to orient yourself at any time with detailed maps showing the exact location of each establishment, even if you’re offline with no WiFi or mobile connection. With the interactive navigation, it’s an easy click within the guide from any link in the table of contents or index to review the related pages. On line, click on the web addresses to do everything from simply gathering more information to making on-line dinner reservations. Optimized to be read with iBooks for Apple, the Kindle KF8 application, and Nook and Mantano Reader Premium for Android owners. No matter what you use, with the e-version of the Michelin Green Guide Paris you have what you need to enjoy a great experience.

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