Let's Go New York City 16th Edition

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St. Martin's Press, Nov 28, 2006 - Travel - 416 pages
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Completely revised and updated for 2007, Let's Go New York City is researched and compiled entirely by students who know first-hand how to see the world on the cheap, this guide has insider tips and information for the socially conscious traveller and is more useful and opinionated than ever. Bustling with people, crowded with skyscrapers, and teeming with sights, sounds, and smells, New York operates on a scale that makes other cities look small. People from opposite ends of the world rub arms here and multinational cooking smells waft through the streets. This book is geared toward both the temporary tourist and the guest who's in NYC to stay. For the former, we've got the big sights: the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, Broadway musicals, and Museum Mile. For the latter, there's intensive outer-borough coverage of hidden treasures and galleries, not to mention the dirt on local nightlife. Somewhere between these two, we hope you'll find the best possible New York: the City you can emphatically claim as your own. Including: Detailed maps Listings at all price levels for accommodation, food, attractions and more Information on working, studying and volunteering in the region Time and money saving tips 'Guides that penetrate the veneer of holiday brochures and mine the grit of real life' Economist '[The] ideal companion for the independent traveller' Sydney Sunday Telegraph

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Researched, written and produced entirely by students with first-hand experience of budget travel.

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