Unofficial Guide to New York Cityby Eve Zibart, Lea Lane (With)
For travelers who want more than the official line: -Honest, streetwise advice that allows you to feel safe, comfortable, and at home in the Big Apple -Hotels at every price level, ranked and rated for value and quality of rooms--plus proven strategies for getting the best rates -How to get tickets to the hottest Broadway Shows--and not pay full price for them
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I really enjoyed reading the Unofficial Guide to New York City. I had never been to any large city before, and to tackle New York City as my first one was quite a challenge. This book was excellent for someone who is a beginner in New York City. It explained all of the different neighborhoods and boroughs, so you don't end up booking a hotel in a bad area, etc. I also loved the practical tips on how to take a ride in a taxicab and how to ride the subway, two things that I had never done before. It also gives in depth reviews of restaurants and nightclubs and tells you which ones have dress codes, etc, which is very helpful. I would recommend it, although the hotel reviews are slightly out of date.