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France is the world’s #1 tourist destination with over 84 million visitors every year, and it’s no wonder with sights like these: The olive trees and purple lavender fields of Luberon. An idyllic villa overlooking the inviting waters of the Côte d’Azur. And, of course, the world-famous architecture of Paris—from Notre Dame Cathedral to the Louvre. Plus the dramatic white cliffs at Etretat, local wild oysters and mussels for sale in Cancale, and the charming Old Port of Bastia. With hundreds of stunning full-color photographs —one large image at the top of each page and smaller ones throughout the grids— and engaging text by James Beard Foundation Award Winner Patricia Wells, 365 Days in France offers a dreamy escape at every glance.
About the Author
Patricia Wells, for more than two decades the restaurant critic for The International Herald Tribune, is the author of the award-winning Bistro Cooking, as well as more than a dozen other books. She also runs a successful cooking school in both Paris and Provence, where she and her husband have lived for more than 30 years.
Steven Rothfeld has been a contributing photographer for European Travel & Life and a contributor to Bon Appetit and Travel & Leisure. Besides his own French Dreams, he is the photographer for such books as Entrez, and Patricia Wells's Trattoria. He is also the photographer for the 365 Days in France Picture-a-Day calendar with text by Patricia Wells, and the 365 Days in Italy Picture-a-Day calendar with text by Patricia Schultz.