Marsha has kindly offered two copies of the book as prizes so readers of This French Life have a chance of winning one in an ever so easy to enter competition.
No matter the time, 24 Hours Paris (Prospera Publishing, £9.99) gives readers the best of Paris, beyond the Eiffel Tower. Arranged hour by hour, from 5am to midnight and back again, the guide showcases Paris’ amazing variety of activities in a user-friendly format.
The easily digestible listings allow readers to duck in and out whenever they have a spare hour or two.
From weaving tapestries to sketching burlesque models – or just kicking back and relaxing with some jazz in an underground torture chamber – readers can see the top tips for what's happening city-wide at any moment in time.
24 Hours Paris is the second book in the 24 Hours series after 24 Hours London, said by London Mayor Boris Johnson to be ‘a nifty guide for Londoners and tourists alike’.
To enter please leave a message in the comment form below, for example 'please enter me into the competition', but make sure your email address is correct, and just one entry per email address.
Two messages will be picked at random each winning a copy of the book. Closing date for the competition is Friday, May 28, 2010 at 1pm Paris time.
THE COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED
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