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  1. Cooks, Clowns and Cowboys

    Cooks, Clowns and Cowboys

    101 skills and experiences to discover on your travels. Who do you want to be... The next molecular gastronomy genius? An intrepid archaeologist? A Paris-based artist? This book takes you around the world and presents 101 experiences, courses and lessons into classic skills and talents of the places you visit... 1st Edition, Nov 2012. 224 pages.



  2. Cuba - Cienfuegos Province (Chapter)

    Cuba - Cienfuegos Province (Chapter)

    Bienvenue (welcome) to Cienfuegos, Cuba’s Gallic heart, which sits in the shadow of the crin-kled Sierra del Escambray like a displaced piece of Paris on Cuba’s untamed southern coastline. Outside... of the crin-kled Sierra del Escambray like a displaced piece of Paris on Cuba’s untamed southern coastline... 7th Edition, Sep 2013. 17 pages.



  3. Cycling in <strong>France</strong> - Alsace & Lorraine (Chapter)

    Cycling in France - Alsace & Lorraine (Chapter)

    This is the Alsace & Lorraine chapter from Lonely Planet's Cycling France guidebook. Though often spoken of as if they were one, Alsace and Lorraine are linked by little more than a border and a bloody wartime history. Charming Alsace offers pleasant touring through vineyards and gentle, forested mountains... 2nd Edition, Aug 2009. 20 pages.



  4. Cycling in <strong>France</strong> - Burgundy (Chapter)

    Cycling in France - Burgundy (Chapter)

    This is the Burgundy chapter from Lonely Planet's Cycling France guidebook. Burgundy is paradise for lovers of the great outdoors, with its gentle rolling terrain making it ideal for a cycling holiday. Explore tiny villages, peaceful canals and quiet back roads by day, then feast on local gastronomic... 2nd Edition, Aug 2009. 22 pages.



  5. Cycling in <strong>France</strong> - Champagne (Chapter)

    Cycling in France - Champagne (Chapter)

    This is the Champagne chapter from Lonely Planet's Cycling France guidebook. Pop! Fizzle. Ahhh. The mere mention of Champagne conjures up one thing: the celebrated sparkling wines that have been produced in these parts for centuries. Wending its way through vineyards and picturesque wine-growing villages... 2nd Edition, Aug 2009. 19 pages.



  6. Cycling in <strong>France</strong> - Corsica (Chapter)

    Cycling in France - Corsica (Chapter)

    This is the Corsica chapter from Lonely Planet's Cycling France guidebook. Rightly nicknamed Île de Beauté (Island of Beauty), Corsica is a downright gorgeous touring destination. Although it covers only 8720 sq km, the island resembles a miniature continent, offering cyclists an unrivalled variety... 2nd Edition, Aug 2009. 34 pages.



  7. Cycling in <strong>France</strong> - Cyclists Directory, Transport & Safety (Chapter)

    Cycling in France - Cyclists Directory, Transport & Safety (Chapter)

    This chapter contains the Cyclists Directory, Transport, Your Bicycle, Health & Safety, and Glossary chapters from Lonely Planet's Cycling France guidebook. All the info you need on everything from food, money, climate, cycling events and cycle-friendly airlines...you name it. Get hints on packing... 2nd Edition, Aug 2009. 74 pages.



  8. Cycling in <strong>France</strong> - French Alps & the Jura (Chapter)

    Cycling in France - French Alps & the Jura (Chapter)

    This is the French Alps & the Jura chapter from Lonely Planet's Cycling France guidebook. Known as the cols du courage, the French Alps present a unique set of cycling challenges. The seemingly endless... , Climate, The Jura, Getting to/from the Rides, Vercors Contrasts, High Cols of the Tour de France, Towns... 2nd Edition, Aug 2009. 31 pages.



  9. Cycling in <strong>France</strong> guide

    Cycling in France guide

    Bien sûr, you know how beautiful France is. Well, consider this: it looks even lovelier when seen from two wheels. The soaring Alps...the château-dotted Loire…even surprisingly cycle-friendly Paris... through vineyard and farmland, or to conquer the principal climbs of the Tour de France in the High Alps... 2nd Edition, May 2009. 492 pages. 12 colour pages. 53 maps. Also available in digital formats



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  10. Cycling in <strong>France</strong> - Languedoc-Roussillon (Chapter)

    Cycling in France - Languedoc-Roussillon (Chapter)

    This is the Languedoc-Roussillon chapter from Lonely Planet's Cycling France guidebook. Languedoc-Roussillon is a three-eyed hybrid, cobbled together in the 1980s by the merging of two historic regions. Cyclists can expect diverse and spectacular terrain spanning mountains, forests and canyons; along with some charming... 2nd Edition, Aug 2009. 33 pages.



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