Travelers' Tales Paris: True Stories

Travelers Tales Paris True Stories Paris is one city that everyone should endeavor to know over the course of a lifetime and not just in one or two visits The City of Light has bestowed on millions the gift of the incandescent present

  • Title: Travelers' Tales Paris: True Stories
  • Author: James O'Reilly Larry Habegger Sean Joseph O'Reilly Sean Patrick O’Reilly
  • ISBN: 9781885211835
  • Page: 359
  • Format: Paperback
  • Paris is one city that everyone should endeavor to know over the course of a lifetime, and not just in one or two visits The City of Light has bestowed on millions the gift of the incandescent present, an image or experience into which all life is condensed and reflected upon for years to come Travelers Tales Paris captures the romance of the world s favorite city throuParis is one city that everyone should endeavor to know over the course of a lifetime, and not just in one or two visits The City of Light has bestowed on millions the gift of the incandescent present, an image or experience into which all life is condensed and reflected upon for years to come Travelers Tales Paris captures the romance of the world s favorite city through stories that entertain, inform, and touch the heart John Gregory Dunne reveals the manic pleasures of driving in the city s chaotic traffic Joseph Diedrich and Katya Macklovich explore romantic encounters that could only happen here Herbert Gold and David Applefield take aim at the nostalgia surrounding The Left Bank, one reveling in its literary past, the other urging the visitor to reach out to a new, modern Paris in the outlying area of Montreuil Tim O Reilly and Coleman Lollar evoke the appeal of unexpected tourist sites, and Marcel Laventurier recounts his harrowing escape from the Nazis on a train bound for occupied Paris in a tale you will never forget If Paris is the main dish, here is a rich and fascinating assortment of hors d oeuvres Peter Mayle

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    1 thought on “Travelers' Tales Paris: True Stories”

    1. All of the Travelers' Tales books are an excellent introduction to another culture, but with enough detail that it provides insight into places to see. For the organized traveler, any of the books would be recommended to start your list of things to do -- even before you buy your Fodor's or Dorling Kindersley guides. For those who are more spontaneous, they'll give you a sense of excitement about where you're going if you read them on the six-hour flight.Each of the books is an essay and tells a [...]

    2. It's always tricky to read a book which is a collection of short stories from different authors. Most probably we will like some, feel neutral about others and hate a few. That's what it happens, only there were to fee to be loved. Also I didn't like at all the quotations. I found them extremely confusing and breaks to the reading.

    3. This book was in our apartment in Paris last summer and I started it then but didn't finish it before we left. So Laura sent me her copy recently. As always with collections like this some entries were better than others.

    4. Wonderful variety of impressions of Paris which takes the reader right to the spot. If you love Paris and France, it's a must read.

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