France by the French

Author: Betty der Andréassian

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company


Category: Travel

Page: 317

View: 468

Bordering Provence, this region contains some of the most dramatic landscape in France, from the mountains of the Cevennes to the spectacular gorges of the Tarn. With its famous wine growing areas, Corbieres and the Herault, the historic towns of Nimes, Carcassonne and Perpignan, pretty villages such as Pezenas and the coastal resorts of Sete and Cap-d'Agde, Languedoc-Roussillon has much to offer.

France: Languedoc - Roussillon

Rock Climbing Guide

Author: Adrian Berry

Publisher: Rockfax Limited


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 376

View: 255

Starting in the family-friendly summer holiday destination of he Ardeche, this guide promises a tour of the very best crags in the Languedoc-Roussillon region. The book provides the reader with clear landscape photos of each crag and a wealth of action photos taken specifically for the book."

Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases

Geographical Distribution and Control Strategies in the Euro-Asia Region

Author: Mowafak Dauod Salman

Publisher: CABI


Category: Medical

Page: 292

View: 424

This book is comprised of 7 chapters covering the geographical distribution and control of ticks and tickborne diseases in the Euro-Asia region. Chapter 1 focuses on the factors behind the emergence and reemergence of tickborne diseases, highlighting the theme of environmental and climatic change and also the renewed interest in ticks and the diseases they transmit, which has been stimulated by an increased awareness of tickborne zoonoses. Chapter 2 describes the basic biology of a total of 25 important tick species endemic to part or all of the geographical region under consideration, and also includes short accounts of their life cycles, geographical distributions and significance as vectors. The factors responsible for the spread and distribution of ticks are considered in chapter 3, which include climate, land use, animal movement (both wild and domestic) and importation of exotic vertebrates. Tickborne infections are reviewed in chapter 4. The geographical distribution of tickborne pathogens is the focus of Chapter 5, in the form of maps with accompanying qualifying and illustrative comments. Chapter 6 addresses the distributions of the vector ticks. Chapter 7 addresses the surveillance and control of ticks and tickborne diseases. It includes a brief description of tick sampling methods, an introduction to the principles of surveillance and monitoring and control options for both ixodids and argasids.

Wine All-in-One For Dummies

Author: Ed McCarthy

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Cooking

Page: 704

View: 464

An all-inclusive, easy-to-use primer to all things wine Want to learn about wine, but don't know where to start? Wine All-In-One For Dummies provides comprehensive information about the basics of wine in one easy-to-understand volume. Combining the bestselling Wine For Dummies with our regional and specific wine titles, this book gives you the guidance you need to understand, purchase, drink and enjoy wine. You'll start at the beginning as you discover how wine is made. From there you'll explore grape varieties and vineyards, read labels and wine lists, and discover all the nuances of tasting wine. You'll see how to successfully store wine and serve it to your guests-and even build up an impressive collection of wine. Plus, you'll find suggestions for perfect food pairings and complete coverage on wines from around the world. Features wine tasting, serving, storing, collecting, and buying tips, all in a single authoritative volume Includes information on California wines, as well as other domestic and foreign locations including the US, Canada, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Greece, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Chile, and Argentina. Helps you choose the best vintage for your needs Also covers champagne, sherry, and port wine Ed McCarthy and Mary Ewing-Mulligan are the authors of seven Dummies books on wine including the bestselling Wine For Dummies, 4th Edition, other contributing authors are recognized wine experts and journalists in Australia, New Zealand, and Canada Whether you're a wine novice or a budding sommelier, Wine All-In-One For Dummies is the one guide you need on your shelf to make your wine experience complete.

Lonely Planet Languedoc-Roussillon

Chapter from France Travel Guide

Author: Lonely Planet

Publisher: Lonely Planet


Category: Travel


View: 706

'Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other'. New York Times This eBook offering is an excerpt of Lonely Planet's latest France guide book and includes: Languedoc-Roussillon chapters Understanding France Languedoc-Roussillon maps Languedoc-Roussillon comes in three distinct flavours: Bas-Languedoc, land of bullfighting, rugby and robust red wines; sparsely populated Haut-Languedoc; and Roussillon, which shares a language and culture with Spanish Catalonia. This guide is the result of research by dedicated authors and local experts who immersed themselves in Languedoc-Roussillon, finding unique experiences, and sharing practical and honest advice, so you come away informed and amazed. This guide includes up-to-date reviews of the best places to stay, eat, sights, cultural information, maps, transport tips and a few best kept secrets - all the essentials to get to the heart of Languedoc-Roussillon. Coverage includes: Understanding France: France Today, History, The French, Bon Appetit, French Wine, The Arts, Architecture, Lyrical Landscapes Nimes & around, Ales & around, Montpellier & around, Sete, Agde, Beziers, Narbonne, Carcassonne, Mende & around, Parc National des Cevennes, Florac, Gorges du Tarn, Parc Naturel Regional des Grands Causses, Millau & around, Perpignan & around, Tet Valley and Cote Vermeille. Lonely Planet's France guide is researched and written by: Nicola Williams, Alexis Averbuck, Stuart Butler, Tom Masters, Jean-Bernard Carillet, Steve Fallon, Oliver Berry, Daniel Robinson, Kerry Christiani, John Vlahides, Catherine Le Nevez, Miles Roddis, Emilie Filou

Cadogan Guides Languedoc-Roussillon

Author: Dana Facaros

Publisher: Cadogan Books


Category: Travel

Page: 304

View: 221

This guide focuses on all the major tourist attractions of the Languedoc-Roussillon area of France. It contains listings of where to stay, eat, shop and play for all budgets.

Southern France

Charming Small Hotels and Restaurants Guide

Author: Jenny Rees

Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc


Category: Travel

Page: 224

View: 202

Idiot's Guides: Wine

Author: Stacy Slinkard

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Cooking

Page: 272

View: 985

This full-color book opens with an introduction to wine--including what it is, how it's made, and the various types of grapes and wines available--and then clearly shows the reader how to read a wine label and how to taste wine. The author guides the reader through a wine list and how order wine in a restaurant and explains how to buy wine, serve wine at home, and perfectly pair it with different types of food. From there, the reader is taken on a tour of the world's wines, region by region, from Europe, to the southern hemisphere, to North and South America.


Author: Robert Prosser

Publisher: Evans Brothers


Category: France

Page: 61

View: 138

France today is one of the most modern countries in the world. It has taken a central role in fostering the economic integration of Europe along with the development of the Euro currency

The Rough Guide to Languedoc & Roussillon

Author: Brian Catlos

Publisher: Rough Guides UK


Category: Travel

Page: 376

View: 567

The Rough Guide to Languedoc & Roussillon is the most comprehensive guide to this beautiful and varied corner of southwest France. Written by a renowned historian with more than 15 years' experience in the region, it's packed with insightful accounts, detailed practical information and clear maps. You'll find everything you need to know to make the most of the region's highlights - with information on accommodation, places to eat and much more - whether in the vibrant city of Toulouse, the magnificent fortress of Carcassonne, the picturesque beach town of Collioure or the sleepy hamlets of the Orb valley. The Rough Guide to Languedoc & Roussillon includes thorough coverage of outdoor activities, from boating along the Canal du Midi and hiking in the Pyrenees to rafting or canoeing down the Ariège. Plus, there's insightful historical and cultural background information and two lavishly illustrated colour inserts introducing you to the legacy of the Cathars and the food and wine of Languedoc and Roussillon. Make the most of your time on earth with The Rough Guide to Languedoc & Roussillon.