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by Arthur Eperon

Author: Arthur Eperon
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Macmillan (December 10, 1982)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: Travels
Rating: 4.2
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Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9780330268615.

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A guide to 7 more routes through France.

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Books by Arthur Eperon. The Dordogne & Lot (PASSPORT'S REGIONAL GUIDES OF FRANCE). by Arthur Eperon and Barbara Eperon. Loire Valley (Passport's regional guides of France) by Arthur Eperon (2001-01-01). Mass Market Paperback. 72(2 used & new offers).

Eperon’s classic text, Traveller’s France, has sold hundreds of thousands of.

But it is for his highly personal guidebooks, particularly to France, that he is likely to be remembered.

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Find nearly any book by Arthur Eperon. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The French Selection. ISBN 9780330286305 (978-0-330-28630-5) Softcover, Hunter Publishing, In. 1986.

if you could get hold of either of Arthur Eperon's books you might get some more ideas - the prices are of course all out of date, but the descriptions of places and non-autoroute.

if you could get hold of either of Arthur Eperon's books you might get some more ideas - the prices are of course all out of date, but the descriptions of places and non-autoroute roads still largely apply. Where are you crossing the Pyrenees?