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Menu Translators

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I recently bought a menu translator called the Passeport Gastronomique France. It's an ebook for Kindle and mobile devices and it's a very handy thing. It's got 3 sections. Mainly, it's a menu translator with the item you'll find on the menu in France followed by a short English description. Then there is a section on phrases that are useful in a restaurant and a pronunciation guide.
We used it on our last trip to Paris and were pleased with how useful (and fun) it was. In fact, it's fun to just read and imagine...
As I said, I have the French version but there are versions for most of the Western European countries. It's available at Amazon in the kindle store

Will

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