Austin writer and activist Hamilton discusses the intrigues and idiosyncrasies of getting around in France. And he sees much to like in the French way of handling travel and transportation, though some of it is sure to confound the tourist. As a self-proclaimed Francophile, he likes the road system and approach to driving, as well as the creative use of alternatives to the automobile — like fast trains, public bicycle installations, and, hey, just plain walking.

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