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Lot Vineyards to Tarn Gorges: A Bicycle Your France E-Guide By Walter Judson Moore
eBook (ePub): $7.95
Bicycle near the Lot River and through the Tarn Gorges as they wind their serpentine journeys through the spectacular and historic settings of southwestern France. This exceptional book guides... More > cyclists through an area that for 25,000 years has evolved a civilization based on community and family. Eighteen routes (4 with alternates) are mapped in detailed color with elevation profiles and exacting, step-by-step directions. There are 160 color photographs for visualizing surroundings. The routes are loops that end where they start. This concept is to stay overnight in one place for a week and get to know something more about that place and the people who live there. To increase the value of your precious vacation or holiday time, the guide helps you anticipate what to expect, thus reducing travel stress, and manage costs. To expand your scrutiny, the guide includes 49 notes on history, geography and nonhuman creatures.< Less
Provence Luberon & Lavender - A Bicycle Your France E-Guide By Walter Judson Moore
eBook (ePub): $7.95
An E-Guide for the inquisitive, bicycling tourist centered in the Provence Region of France around the Luberon, the Vaucluse Plateau and their valleys, plus routes from Digne-les-Bains and to the... More > edge of the Gorges du Verdon. Why Provence and the Luberon? For beauty, history and lifestyle. Motorists are courteous to cyclists. Buy farm goat cheese, a bottle of wine at a vineyard or sausage in a morning market. Ride across a 2,000-year-old, stone bridge or photograph a château from the Middle Ages. A long list. You will return. Details are here for unstressed travel to this area, arriving relaxed. Includes data on selecting a community, gîtes, bikes, renting a vehicle, driving in France, what to bring, buying groceries and a bit on restaurants. 16 routes are mapped and profiled. Each one reviews a few villages and points of interest. All are on paved roads with light vehicle traffic. All photos, route maps and village detail maps are in color.< Less
Dordogne Valleys and Villages: A Bicycle Your France E-Guide By Walter Judson Moore
eBook (ePub): $7.95
MAPS: DORDOGNE RIVER-SOUILLAC; Rocamadour, Padirac, Domme, Sarlat, Gourdon, Martel, Turenne – DORDOGNE RIVER-ARGENTAT; Carennac, St-Céré, Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne,... More > Collonges-la-Rouge, Tours de Merle, Gorges of the Dordogne & Cère rivers – VALLEY OF MANKIND; Lascaux, Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil, La Roque St-Christophe – 15 day route 2-pg color maps (12 w/ alternates), low-traffic paved roads; safe, unique, tested, ranked, turn-by-turn directions, orientation landmarks. With distance (from 28 to 87 km), 13 detailed town maps, elevation profile, grades, total climbing and estimated riding time for each. HISTORY – 61 histories & descriptions of villages and prehistory. MAP SYMBOLS for restaurants, food markets, parking, toilets, châteaux, minor museums, abbeys. PLANNING sources: bike rentals, train, gîte (cottage) rentals, car rental. 260 color images ALL INFO FOR ECONOMICAL, STRESS FREE, PLEASURABLE & UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE< Less
Lot Vineyards to Tarn Gorges Queue Sheets: Route Directions & Maps By Walter Judson Moore
eBook (ePub): $8.95
This companion guide ONLY HAS THE ROUTE DIRECTIONS, PROFILES AND MAPS. This information is also in the guidebook. The guidebook synopsis “Bicycle near the Lot River and through the Lot Gorges... More > as they wind their serpentine journeys through the spectacular and historic settings of southwestern France. This book guides cyclists through an area that for 25,000 years has evolved a civilization based on community and family. 18 routes are mapped in color with elevation profiles and exacting, step-by-step directions. There are many color photographs for visualizing surroundings. The routes are loops that end where they start. This concept is to stay overnight in one place for a week and get to know something more about that place and the people who live there. To increase the value of your precious vacation or holiday time, the guide helps you anticipate what to expect, thus reducing travel stress, and manage costs. To expand your scrutiny, the guide includes 49 notes on history, geography and nonhuman creatures.”< Less
Roman Provence & Rhone Alpes: A Bicycle Your France E-Guide By Walter Judson Moore
eBook (ePub): $8.95
Geographically, this guidebook focuses on the Roman Provence Region of France of the northern Gard and western Vaucluse Departments, the Drôme Department north and east into the Rhône... More > Alpes, and the southern Ardèche Department. The routes start from three locations: Crest in the Drôme, Vallon-Pont-d’Arc in the Ardèche and Pont du Gard west of Avignon. The Gorges de la Baume & Cirque de Combe Laval route is the outlier due to the staggering beauty of the area. Why this area of France? Not for the industrial Rhône Valley. But, if you wander 20 to 30 kilometers east or west of the Rhône Valley you will find the medieval hilltop villages, deep gorges with rushing rivers, Roman structures and very hospitable people that want to help. Fifteen routes are mapped in detailed color with elevation profiles and exacting, step-by-step directions (data gathered to the nearest 0.2 kilometer). There are 149 color photographs for these surroundings.< Less
Bordeaux & the Pyrenees: A Bicycle Your France Guidebook By Walter Judson Moore
eBook (ePub): $9.95
This guidebook spotlights routes around Bordeaux, the Garonne Canal and the Pyrénées in the southwest of France. There are 16 cycling routes mapped and profiled. The guide includes 53... More > thoughts on some villages, a canal, rivers, historical people and points of interest along the way. Included with each route is the latest method for listing Waypoints that locates its longitude and latitude in degrees, minutes and seconds (to the hundredth), and in digital format. Elevation data was acquired every 200 meters on each route for its profile. As with all other BICYCLE YOUR FRANCE guidebooks, this guide also offers a companion, QUEUE SHEETS, with just the Waypoint GPS located listings, route maps and elevation profile. You can handle any and all of these sixteen routes, from the highest paved road in the Pyrénées to the flat woods through the Médoc. It all depends on your lungs, thighs, patience and proper selection of grandparents.< Less
South of France - A Bicycle Your France Guidebook By Walter Judson Moore
eBook (ePub): $9.95
The architecture in these 5 departments is amazing. Examples are the Cité de Carcassonne and the Ste-Cécile Cathédrale in Albi. This guidebook focuses on 18 cycling routes around... More > Carcassonne, Albi and Foix. There are 45 remarks on villages, a canal, rivers and points of interest. Included with each route is the latest method for listing Waypoints that locates its longitude and latitude in degrees, minutes and seconds, and in digital format. Basic data are included on selecting a community and a gîte, bringing your bike or renting, having a vehicle, driving in France, what to bring, and buying groceries. As with all other BICYCLE YOUR FRANCE guidebooks, this guide also offers a companion, QUEUE SHEETS, with just the Waypoint GPS located listings, route maps and elevation profiles. Details: 116 pages; 11” x 8.5”; English; 17 two-page and 1 single-page color route maps; 13 town maps and descriptive graphics; 159 color photographs.< Less
Photos of France: Plus Remarks to Help Choose Your Dream Region By Walter Judson Moore
eBook (ePub): $9.95
In talking with a new acquaintance, they often tell me that they would like to travel to a region in France. But, outside of Paris are there interesting regions? The answer is “of... More > course.” Where? This book is a start to an answer. Many of you know I do enjoy cycling in France. When I am checking out a route, I stop often to huff and puff if climbing, to check out a direction change for a route map, and always to take a picture. Over the years you and many other friends and acquaintances have asked me for something with just the photos of my travels in France, and a little about where I have been. This book is a start to address those questions. The following images date from 2004. From that trip through my 2014 adventure, I have taken more than 6,000 photos in France. For my 8 guidebooks, I included more than 1,700 of these photos in the text and maps. For this compilation, I selected 168 photos that got my attention. Some of these images needed an explanation.< Less
Mediterranean Beaches and Bluffs: A Bicycle Your France E-guide By Walter Judson Moore
eBook (ePub): $9.95
This guidebook spotlights routes in the Languedoc-Roussillon Region of southern France. Climbing, coasting or gentle pedaling, cyclists want routes with hills, or they crave level routes, or perhaps... More > both. Some that I have had conversations with need to know about the history of places along the route. All of these tourists/explorers have an opportunity to satisfy these requirements with this guidebook. The sixteen routes mapped and described here travel through many flat areas along Mediterranean beaches. Other routes are over bluffs near the Pyrénées. The route locations stretch from the Spanish border with France, to 30 kilometers northeast of Béziers. Politically, this is the Languedoc-Roussillon Region. These routes cover and cross much of the known history of Europe. Neanderthal Man emerged after the most recent ice age somewhat north of these routes. Then came Crô-Magnon. Much later the Celts were here, who were then subjugated for more than four hundred years by the Romans.< Less
Mediterranean Beaches & Bluffs Queue Sheets By Walter Judson Moore
eBook (ePub): $8.95
This E-guide (WITH JUST THE MAPS WAYPOINTS AND PROFILES, — the guidebook details the interesting places along the routes) spotlights routes in the Languedoc-Roussillon Region of southern... More > France. Climbing, coasting or gentle pedaling, cyclists want routes with hills, or they crave level routes, or perhaps both. Some that I have had conversations with need to know about the history of places along the route. All of these tourists/explorers have an opportunity to satisfy these requirements with this guidebook. These sixteen routes travel through many flat areas along Mediterranean beaches. Other routes are over bluffs near the Pyrénées. The route locations stretch from the Spanish border with France, to 30 kilometers northeast of Béziers. Politically, this is the Languedoc-Roussillon Region. These routes cover and cross much of the known history of Europe. If you have any questions or comments on this area of France, please contact me on Facebook (Walter Judson Moore) or email.< Less