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Just Enough French by Sally Hammond
When Sally Hammond and her husband Gordon decided to spend a month in France, they were determined to make contact with rural France and its people. Rather than cocooning themselves in a campervan, they stayed with French families, shopped in the local markets and travelled deep into the heart of France ...Show more
Australia's Most Scenic Drives by Walton/Walton
The road tours are especially selected to show you the most beautiful scenery along our highways and byways- whether you are out for a Sunday drive near to home or going on a holiday furter afield. The book has more than sixty drives to choose from-sparkling beaches and broad bays, primeval rainforest a ...Show more
Lonely Planet : France 7ED by Nicola Williams
Provides information on France - where to stay, eat and be entertained. This book also features information on gourmet self-catering, and a food chapter that serves up the cuisine culture, food history and recipes.
Like a trusted and impossibly cool girlfriend you rely on to inspire and surprise you, The Holiday Goddess Handbag Guide reveals the secrets of what women really want to know about four of the world's most fabulous cities: Paris, London, New York and Rome. Born in a handbag from scribbled tips shared be ...Show more
With the same rigorous observation (natural and social), invigorating stylishness, and encyclopedic learning that he brought to his National Book Award-winning Bad Land, Jonathan Raban conducts readers along the Inside Passage from Seattle to Juneau. The physical distance is 1,000 miles of difficult-and ...Show more
Travelling Well - The Essential Handbook for Healthy Travel by Deborah Mills
Great Australian Historic Hotels by Barry Stone
On Christmas Eve in 1882, an impromptu game of cricket was organised between the touring English Cricket team and a local side in the grounds of Rupertswood, a 50-room Italianate mansion in Sunbury, a 30-minute drive north of Melbourne. At dinner that night Rupertswood's owner, Lady Janet Clark, marked ...Show more
C'est La Vie - This is Life: An Inspiring Collection of France by Suzanne Maher
Elegant, wise and beautiful, with words from the most interesting writers and poets in France, C’est la Vie has been refreshed in a smaller size and will transport you straight to France. Featuring wonderful images by renowned Parisian photographer Michel Fraile.