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Lonely Planet, Sep 15, 2010 - Travel
Lonely Planet France
Discover why the Eiffel Tower expands during Paris' high season
Tour the wild beaches and gin-clear waters of Corsica's Bouches de Bonifacio
Pick up a bottle of locally made cider along Normandy's Route de Cidre
Get an Alpine adrenaline rush heli-skiing above Chamonix
In This Guide:
Seven authors, 195 days of research, 157 maps, 105 glasses of wine
New color food chapter detailing regional specialties and country-wide staples
Interviews with a perfumer in Grasse, a Michelin star-awarded Lyonnais chef and a paraglider
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About the author (2010)

A British writer living on the southern (French) side of Lake Geneva in a house with lake and Jura mountain views, Nicola is well and truly much so that she only eats in places that cook up real McCoy lake fish (most comes from Eastern Europe) and if the sky is not blue she refuses to ski. A journalist by trade, she worked in the Baltic region as a newspaper features editor and later as In Your Pocket city-guide editor for several years before trading in Lithuanian cepelinai for Lyonnais andouillette in 1997. She has authored numerous titles for Lonely Planet, including first editions of The Loire, Provence & the Côte d'Azur and Languedoc-Roussillon.

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