Item description for Retiring in France: A Survival Handbook (Retiring In...) by David Hampshire...
An important new book for anyone planning to retire to France, whether permanently or for only part of the year. It contains comprehensive information about the best places to live; local services and amenities; the weather; buying or renting a home; the cost of living; health services; getting to France and getting around; learning French; and much, much more.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.11" Width: 5.83" Height: 0.87" Weight: 1.01 lbs.
Release Date Apr 25, 2007
Publisher Survival Books, Ltd.
ISBN 1905303009 ISBN13 9781905303007
Availability 0 units.
More About David Hampshire
David Hampshire is an experienced travel writer (author, co-author and editor of over 20 books) and an authority on living and working abroad. He lived in Switzerland for over five years and still visits regularly, but now lives in Bath and London (England).
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Not going to france Dec 12, 2007
This one helped me avoid a major mistake. It is thorough and not politically corect. It is very to the point. I'll still go on vacation, but definately not to live. Best dough I spent recently. If you are even considering living in France, get this book!!!! You may end up going, but your choice will be way more informed. The further references are very good, and inspires further examination of taxes and various governmental issues - which the book just about demands. Very, very useful. Great book. I am definately not going to live in France.