The Little Black Book of New York: The Essential Guide to the Quintessential City

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Peter Pauper Press, Inc., 2007 - Travel - 210 pages
Here are the best of things to see and do, places to eat, drink, and shop, and where to take the kids in the greatest city on earth. Divided by area, each with its own map, this easy-to-use guide to Manhattan gives expert advice on everything not to be missed. Those new to the city (and those who are not) need this book! Newly revised for 2008. 200 pages, plus 8 foldout maps.
 

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Comprehensive pocket-sized book
This is a great little pocket-sized book which lives up to its title. I have a copy of the 3rd Edition while the 2nd Edition is the one being offered for sale on Google
Play. A comparison with both editions indicates that there is very little difference between them. 'Pinky' in her review states that there are "...no phone numbers listed." However, this is not true. Even a brief look at the Preview for the 2nd Edition available on Google Play includes phone numbers and web URLs for the major locations listed in the book. If I didn't have a 'hard copy' of the 3rd Edition, I would be more than happy to purchase this as a download to my iPad for use during my August trip to New York City. 

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Contents

chapter 1
15
Financial District
19
Battery Park City
26
Tribeca
30
Civic Center
36
chapter 2
37
Chinatown
41
Little Italy Nolita
45
Times Square Theater District Clinton
110
chapter 5
118
Flatiron District Gramercy
121
Midtown Murray Hill
127
chapter 6
139
Lincoln Center Environs
143
Upper West Side
150
chapter 7
158

Lower East Side
49
East Village
55
chapter 3
64
Noho
68
Soho
72
Greenwich Village
78
Union Square
91
chapter 4
95
Chelsea
99
Garment District
108
Upper East Side
161
Central Park
171
chapter 8
177
Harlem Spanish Harlem
181
Morningside Heights
189
Washington Heights Inwood
193
Index
198
subway map
211
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