Win a guide to Eurostar travel

2nd May 2003 at 01:00
Whether your taste in Paris runs to the Musee de l'Eroticisme or the Musee de la Vie Romantique, the Bradt Guide to Eurostar Cities will provide you with the address, the opening hours and metro station. You can tell that the author, Laurence Phillips, was drawn to the joys of un petit verre from a young age and has taken every opportunity to celebrate the delights since. Of Brussels, Phillips says, "it takes to government just as Imelda Marcos took to shoes", before debunking its dull stereotypes and uncovering its partying heart. And if you've indulged too well in Lille, he suggests "a second cup of coffee at the Nouveau Si cle concert hall. The 11 o'clock Sunday morning chamber concerts offerI music to face the world by. The only tough challenge for those who have made the most of their Saturday night is finding the correct doorway in a 360 building when they are 2 9-eyed!"

We have five free copies of the Bradt Guide to Eurostar Cities for Friday readers. To enter, email, marking your message Bradt Guide Offer, or send a postcard to Bradt Guide Offer, Friday magazine, 66-68 East Smithfield, London E1W 1BX.

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