French Aires

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  1. jemhorn

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    Looks like i will have to stick with the Vicarious books (all the French aires) as its in English, my French is a little rusty in fact its see through.:BigGrin:
     
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    To be honest it doesn't really matter that it's in French. After all, the towns and street names will be in French wherever you look.
    I did find that it contained more sites than the Vicarious book especially the further into France you go.

    We found it useful to have both.
    Wyn
     
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    I agree with Wyn we have both...and many other Aire books...
    this one in the link... to be right.. needs to be changed every year as it is always being updated...some added ...some taken out[​IMG]
     
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