OFA Photochroms Vintage View of Corniche Road, from the Roubion Restaurant, Marseilles, France, Large A3 size 41 by 29 cm on Canvas Textured Fine Art Paper
The photo is A3 size 16 by 11.5 inches (41 by 29 cm), approximately. The photo is ready to put into a standard sized frame. The original photograph was taken in...... more
The photo is A3 size 16 by 11.5 inches (41 by 29 cm), approximately. The photo is ready to put into a standard sized frame. The original photograph was taken in the 1890s when there was no such thing as colour photography. Our photos have been produced from these original pictures, digitally restored and enhanced, then printed upon a quality heavyweight canvas textured media ready for you to enjoy. Makes an ideal Gift.
A Gourmet Tour of France: Legendary Restaurants from Paris to the Côte dAzur - Gilles Pudlowski
A Gourmet Tour of France It would be difficult to find a selection anywhere in the world of more splendid restaurants, creative chefs, succulent dishes,...... more
A Gourmet Tour of France It would be difficult to find a selection anywhere in the world of more splendid restaurants, creative chefs, succulent dishes, harmonious odes to tradition, or convincing hymns to the art of living well than these forty featured restaurants. Prominent restaurant critic Gilles Pudlowski leads the reader on a gourmet tour of France, sharing menu selections from his favorite restaurants along with t... Full description
Michelin Guide France 2007: Hotels and Restaurants (Michelin Guides) - 206712482X
The famous Michelin guide with text in English. This details all towns and villages in France, Monaco and Andorra. More than 5100 hotels, More than 3600...... more
The famous Michelin guide with text in English. This details all towns and villages in France, Monaco and Andorra. More than 5100 hotels, More than 3600 restaurants and 400 town & city plans and 22 regional maps showing the main places of interest and all the best places to stay and eat.
Any guidebook worth its salt in planning ought to be left on the armchair when the trip begins. The hefty new Cadogan Guides' France is just such a resource....... more
Any guidebook worth its salt in planning ought to be left on the armchair when the trip begins. The hefty new Cadogan Guides' France is just such a resource. Writers Dana Facaros, Michael Pauls and Philippe Barbour move through western Europe's largest country with the ease of experience, picking out practical and occasionally crazy tidbits that will stay with you on the trip. Not only, for example, do they caution on the number of steps up the steep cliff face of Rocamadour but they give directions for parking (though admitted you may need a miracle to find a spot). The layout of photos and essays on things French is followed by a particularly helpful resource section. The city maps are clear and detailed enough to keep one's place and full colour maps of France end the book. This is a new format for Cadogan as it launches a full-country book on France. The format is slightly closer to Fodor than Blue Book; in style it is Cadogan. The reference list of tour guide and self-catering agencies is unusually robust for guidebooks of such a broad nature; it is supplemented by reliable city-by-city recommendations and comments on local hotels and restaurants. There are enough telephone and fax numbers to fill a phone book, but sadly, few website or email addresses made their way into the text. The entries are current, the style is often clever, even passionate and the typeface and paper stock make it smashingly easy to read. It is the kind of book that will make preparation a breeze, particularly if the trip across the Channel is a vague yearning for a new destination. The authors are expert guide writers (more than 45) so while this isn't a niche book on wine, shopping or art, it is a solid source of information that heeds the needs of the budget and comfort traveller. And that is what a guide is all about. --Kathleen Buckley
Follows the chef - Ducasse - from his state-of-the-art kitchens at the Louis XV in Monte Carlo to his eponymous restaurant in Paris and his countryside auberge...... more
Follows the chef - Ducasse - from his state-of-the-art kitchens at the Louis XV in Monte Carlo to his eponymous restaurant in Paris and his countryside auberge in Moustiers. Through photographed recipes, this book shows the influences - Mediterranean, Provencal and the classic French of the capital - that permeate his cuisine.
ean 9788873015888 title france sku st 8873015883 product category books comics magazines about speedy hen ltd by continuing with this checkout and ordering from...... more
ean 9788873015888 title france sku st 8873015883 product category books comics magazines about speedy hen ltd by continuing with this checkout and ordering from speedy hen you are accepting our current terms and conditions details of which can be found by clicking here author biography marilyn piauton is an expert chef at her restaurant in bordeaux where she offers a true taste of france author s marilyn piauton content note b w drawings country of publication italy date of publication 01 01 200
The Rough Guide to France follows its now well-established format that puts cheap eats, clubs and accommodation above comfort and style. That is its appeal for...... more
The Rough Guide to France follows its now well-established format that puts cheap eats, clubs and accommodation above comfort and style. That is its appeal for the student traveller intent on making the most of limited resources. The 2001 edition adds and updates a host of Web site addresses and includes euro price equivalents. Its 100 maps have improved measurably and its listing of map sources in England remains very helpful. Yet the guide, despite its assurance that this is an "updated" seventh edition of the book, is a remarkably similar--and unfortunately sometimes outdated--version of much earlier guides in the France series that was launched in 1995. In this Rough Guide edition, for the most part, there are fewer restaurant listings and many of the recommendations remain the same as those touted five years ago. Those with a bit more change in their pocket might find better gastronomic satisfaction from Fodor's France or Cadogan Guide to France for upmarket touring. On the plus side, the Rough Guide to France goes to great lengths to explain and encourage public transportation rather than driving. For cyclists, the list of routes, rentals and means of transporting bicycles across the Channel is one of the best for a broad-based guidebook. The camping section, too, has more depth than its competitors. Take the name of the book as a guide: it's for those who want to rough it. --Kathleen Buckley
Paperback. Pub Date: 2012 Pages: 720 Publisher: DK Publishing DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: France will lead you straight to the best Attractions France has on...... more
Paperback. Pub Date: 2012 Pages: 720 Publisher: DK Publishing DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: France will lead you straight to the best Attractions France has on offer. Packed with photographs. illustrations and clear maps of France. The guide explores everything region by region; from Champagne in the north to the sun-blessed corner of Provence and the Cote d'Azur. the world-class architecture of the Louvre to the island-life of Corsica and rolling vineyards of Bordeaux. With 3D cutaways and floorplans as well as street-by-street maps of the major towns and comprehensive historical background. you can explore all the must-see sites. the best hotels. chateaux. resorts. restaurants. cafes and nightlife in each region for all budgets . DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: France explores the culture. history. architecture and art of this charming country - with a perfect balance between th...
With official IGN France (French OS equivalent) data in 1:25,000 scale, this product provides the latest generation of vector-based topographic maps to bring...... more
With official IGN France (French OS equivalent) data in 1:25,000 scale, this product provides the latest generation of vector-based topographic maps to bring you an unrivalled visual display of height contours and colour palettesIncludes an extensive points of interest database, such as parks, campgrounds, restaurants, lodging, trails, gas stations and moreIncludes a variety of recreational information, such as paths, trails, shelters, lakes, mountains, hills, rivers, forests and moreGarmin's new mapping offers all the benefits of traditional paper maps including boundary identification and public rights of way, with the added bonus of navigational directions, points of interest and the numerous other facilities that Garmin users have come to expect from their handheld GPS systemsIncludes pre-loaded MapSource software that lets you plan trips on your computer and transfer routes and waypoints from your computer to your compatible device
Advantages: Always one close by, quick turn out, children are welcome and catered for. Disadvantages: Toilets can be quite disturbing, not all dishes taste as good they are described.
Restaurant Reviewed: Stag and Hounds
(next to Comet and Home Base)
The Harvester chain of Restaurants have over 2000 outlets across the United Kingdom and owned and operated by Mitchells and Butlers, who claim to be the UK's leading operator of managed pubs, bars and restaurants. Harvester claim to offer healthy...
Advantages: Excellent food, service and atmosphere Disadvantages: No outdoor seating; upstairs toilets
...Before visiting Honfleur, Normandy, for the day I looked at the Ciao France website to see if there were any reviews of restaurants in the town. All I found, however, was a piece of advice that recommended avoiding the restaurants on the waterfront, which it described as 'tourist traps', and seeking out a restaurant in one of the side streets. My 'Rough Guide to France' was too heavy to take...
Advantages: Great historic cosy building Disadvantages: Unbalanced ingredients
...Waiter, what?s this fly doing in my soup?
Our Dutch HQ has just relocated from an unfashionable suburb of the city to a waterfront location behind the Central Station. This is going to take a bit of getting used to but the first upside to the move is that we?re now much closer to the action when it comes to finding restaurants. On my first visit to the new office, I was staying for three...