Frommer's Memorable Walks in New York

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Wiley, Aug 20, 2003 - Travel - 212 pages
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11 Great Walking Tours Through the City's Most Vibrant Neighborhoods

Follow Frommer's for an up-close and personal look at the Big Apple. Discover the ethnic neighborhoods, literary bars, and stunningly diverse architecture that make the city unique.

* The chic SoHo scene, packed with historic buildings, cutting-edge art galleries, and gourmet bistros
* The sights and sounds of Chinatown, with a stop for the city's best dim sum
* The posh Upper East Side, lined with the old money mansions of New York's richest families
* The energy and history of revitalized Harlem
* The literary haunts (past and present) of Greenwich Village

With easy-to-use directions and maps-and the best places to take a break along the way

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About the author (2003)

Reid Bramblett is a veteran of the Frommer’s editorial offices and the author of several Frommer’s guides, including Frommer’s Italy from $70 a Day, Frommer’s Tuscany and Umbria, Frommer’s Northern Italy, and Europe For Dummies, as well as a contributor to Frommer’s Europe from $70 A Day and Honeymoons For Dummies. You’ll notice the distinct lack of American destinations on that list of books. Never fear. Reid is also a former resident of Brooklyn’s Park Slope and (briefly) Williamsburg neighborhoods, and he now hangs his hat in Maspeth, Queens. He promises one day to get around to living in Manhattan as well, but not until rents come way down or travel writers’ salaries go way up.

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