Paris: An Inspiring Tour of the City's Creative Heart

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  • Paperback
  • 244 pages
  • Chronicle Books
  • Style #: 25912619


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Rated 5 out of 5 by j'adore paris this book is absolutely amazing. i just spent two and a half weeks in paris {sigh…i miss it so much} and actually brought the book with me. it organizes the city by arrondisement, so basically every day i just picked a different neighborhood to explore with the book. i had been to paris before, but i found SO many hidden passageways, GORGEOUS covered galleries, tiny courtyards, and absolutely amazing shops that i had never seen before {many of which you would simply pass by without a second glance if you weren’t looking for them}. plus the styling and photography are lovely. i have read countless guidebooks about paris, and janelle looks at it through a completely different (and completely beautiful) lens. highly, highly, HIGHLY recommended! December 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Just beautiful This book was a present from my daughter, who dreams one day to go to Paris with me..I've been there twice, and fell in love with the city. So, as somebody who's in love both with art and design, and everything French, I can tell that this book is wonderful. It's a pleasure to turn the pages, beautiful in every many places of interest mentioned, so many helpful hints. It makes your heart sing, it makes your head dream and plan. I do hope to go to Paris again, but this time I will keep this book in my purse:) April 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love Love Love I bought this book to use as a travel companion for my upcoming trip to Paris. I started reading this book and fell in love...with the beautiful photographs, the mentions of unique spots and hide-aways to visit...I could go on. I can't wait to visit Paris, this winter, and use this book as a guide to see the "real" Paris. Even if you are not planning a trip to the city, this book will make your heart pitter-patter as you follow the author on her journey throughout the arrondissements of Paris. September 4, 2013
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