The Rough Guide to New York City

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Rough Guides, 2002 - Travel - 522 pages
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

Getting there
11
basics
12
Health
17
Arrival
19
C
20
Information maps and websites
26
Costs money and banks
35
CONTENTS
39
Chelsea
116
M
122
30
134
Fifth Avenue
136
Harlem
219
CONTENTS
277
96
283
The performing arts and film
374

Sights and museums
41
Disabled travelers
47
30
49
The Harbor Islands
55
City Hall Park and the Brooklyn
74
SoHo
89
The East Village
106
465510
466
Architectural chronology
480
index and small print
511
Twenty years of Rough Guides
519
15
523
color maps at back of book
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