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France (In English) 2009 Annual Guide (Michelin Guides) (100th edition) Hardcover – 18 Mar 2009

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Product details

  • Hardcover: 2060 pages
  • Publisher: Michelin Editions des Voyages (18 Mar. 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 2067138383
  • ISBN-13: 978-2067138384
  • Product Dimensions: 19.3 x 11.4 x 4.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,002,091 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I consider that I know France well since I have lived there , now own a property there and make very frequent visits. Yet how can you know an area you have never visited? And how can you tell whether "an establishment" is at least OK or better without trying it yourself? If we are on a short visit to a new place, or are hopping from place to place,we just want to have a decent probability of having a decent hotel or meal with no hassle in our limited time available. This Guide gives us just that. Instead of searching around on arrival , or taking a chance on the Web, or ploughing through leaflets from a Tourist Office, we now make choices from Michelin. So far, all have been good outcomes! And it's quick and easy too.The Guide is good value and it's nice to be part of something that's got such a history (read the Introduction to the Guide)
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Essential for any travel in France. I have been using the "Red" Guide for over 30 years and it has rarely let me down. Ratings for both hotels and restaurants are invariably accurate and the book contains a wealth of information. There is no better guide.
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Couldn't exist without this extremely helpful guide- we go to France several times each year. It is useful to have the English version of Michelin, as our mastery of French is somewhat limited, though we can and have got by with the French version.
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I go to France on average about once per year, and usually rely on a combination of other guide books (e.g. Rough Guide) and online resources (e.g. TripAdvisor). Neither of these are completely reliable, in my experience. But consulting the Michelin entries for places I have stayed, and restaurants I have eaten at, I would say that they are spot-on. Another advantage of the Michelin Guides is that there are cross references between the Red Guide (restaurants and hotels), the Green Guides (art, culture, things to see, places to visit), and Michelin Maps. So, for example, you can easily find a description of a town you are visiting in the Green Guide, choose a place to stay and eat in the Red Guide, and plan your route (or locate a campsite) using the map

I can read French pretty well, but this 100th edition is in English, which makes life a little easier!
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