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Absorb the light of a thousand suns in neon-soaked Times Square. Feel the love for John Lennon at his flower-filled Strawberry Fields shrine. Drink in the earthy smells of nature at Union Square's weekend organic food market. Go medieval at the Cloisters, a full-sized castle in northern Manhattan. See the city at breakneck speed from the back of a pedicab. This guide has 4 local authors, 340 hours of research, one offer of chicken feet in Chinatown for good luck and 20 different types of beer sampled. More coverage of the city's diverse neighborhoods, plus a new Itinerary Builder to help you plan your time.
This soft cover book measures 8 inches by 5 inches. Published September 30, 2008.
Brand: Lonely Planet
From budget backpackers to trendy jetsetters, every savvy traveler knows that Lonely Planet guides are required reading for any trip. Revered for up-to-date maps, invaluable information, and editorial independence, these thoroughly researched books cover nearly every place on the globe. From its humble 1972 beginnings by two young globetrotting newlyweds (founders Tony and Maureen Wheeler), Lonely Planet has grown to more than 500 staffers in three offices in Melbourne, London, and California.