New York City

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Rough Guides, 2002 - Travel - 522 pages
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The Rough Guide to New York City is the most comprehensive handbook to the metropolis. Features include: a full-colour section introducing New York's highlights; detailed accounts of the city's diverse neighbourhoods, from cosmopolitan SoHo and the towering financial district and the far reaches of Brooklyn and Queens; critical reviews of restaurants and accommodation for every prices range, as well as the lowdown on hundreds of bars, clubs, shops and music venues; expert coverage of New York's museums, architecture and beautiful parks, plus background on festivals, ethnic culture and the city's fabled history; and maps and plans for the entire city, with grid references for easy navigation.
  

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Contents

Gatting there
11
Tours
27
baisics g51
30
Haalth t7 Phohes meil and emeil
37
Arnval rg Cnme and personal sataty
43
The Upper Eaat Side t87 O Smoklyn
235
Q The Upper Weat Side and Mormngeide Queens
257
Harlam 2rg Stetan lsisnd
273
liistmgi s 278464
432
Dnnking 352 Paredes and faativals
447
contexti s 46551O
466
Architectural chmnology 450 New York on film
505
Steylng on
517
Index 5t2 Halp us update
520

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About the author (2002)

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Jack Holland writes for the "Irish Echo" and teaches journalism at NYU. A poet and novelist, he is a frequent contributor to "The New York Times" and co-wrote the 1998 PBS documentary D"aughters of the Troubles"; his last book, "Phoenix: Policing the Shadows," about counterintelligence activities in Ulster, was a best-seller in Britain and Ireland.

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