One way ticket to Brittany, france: Everything you didn’t know you needed to know about moving to Brittany by Jenny Lovett

A real gem of a book if you are considering moving to Brittany, France.

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Nothing beats experience, and Jenny Lovett, the author of this book has just that. It is a goldmine of information covering practically everything you need to know about moving and settling down in Brittany.

It is quite common for house purchases in other countries to be carried out without proper research. Here in France, it is very easy for the heart to overtake the head when the opportunity to purchase a beautiful property at a cheap price becomes possible. Yet purchasing the right property is an art in itself, very often not enough thought is given as to what is really wanted, or how practical the property will be a few years down the line. However with this book as your guide you should be well prepared for all the little things which make moving to France so unique.

Personally I love the way that the author has added all those little bits of information which no-one thinks to tell you, like nowhere is open on Sunday, so if you arrive late Saturday night you better have some food with you, for a start, and many more priceless little bits you need to know.

The book, as the title says, is based on buying a property in Brittany, because this is where the author’s experience lies, however, I have to say, living in another part of France, that the information it contains would be useful to anyone considering moving over here.

Available from Amazon in Kindle format http://www.amazon.co.uk/One-way-ticket-Brittany-france-ebook/dp/B017MDI2ZW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1447663231&sr=8-1&keywords=jenny+lovett

Ten Must-See Sights: Paris by Mark Green

 

Ten Must-See Sights: Paris

About the book: Did you know that someone once flew a plane through the Arc de Triomphe, or that writer Guy de Maupassant dined at the Eiffel Tower’s restaurant every day, as it was the only he could be sure of not seeing the tower while he was eating?

‘Ten Must-See Sights: Paris’ does exactly what it says on the tin, giving you the background and history on the city’s top ten ‘must-see’ attractions, plus essential information on opening times and location. We don’t fill endless pages with hard-to-read maps and difficult-to-download photos; there are ten chapters of text, one on each attraction, all written by our team of experienced travel writers.

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Living in France, and having visited Paris a few times I couldn’t resist getting this book to see what it has to offer.

I was not disappointed. The author has picked his 10 must see sights in this amazing city, and all the classics are there.

He has provided a wealth of information about each of the places including it’s history and also the admission prices and telephone numbers if you need information. Whether you are visiting for the first time, or returning, this is an excellent choice for a travel guide.

Available in Kindle format http://www.amazon.com/Ten-Must-See-Sights-Mark-Green-ebook/dp/B00BKN49Z8/ref=sr_1_sc_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1397479234&sr=8-1-spell&keywords=tenmust+see+sights%3A+paris