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Good iPhone apps for upcoming trip to Paris, Provence, and St. Tropez?

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Looking at things like Skype for making calls (using wifi).

I'm hoping that someone can give me some more specific names of apps, including: 1) something for the Paris Metro, 2) maybe a museum guide, walking guide? (free?), 3) top places to eat (i'm thinking of something like the NYT's sifty fifty which would steer even the most clueless of us towards something good), 4) something to help with translation english to french 5) any specific apps for Provence and St. Tropez areas?

I'm a big internet guy and would really appreciate some free (and paid) apps, especially something really cool I may have missed.

Something that can point us in the right direction of chowhound type places would be very well received!

maybe a euro converter although i am a finance guy and can do that in my head.

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