Présentation de l'éditeur
It’s a city of triumph, a capital of exploration and experimentation; a place where one is truly free to be themselves247 hand-picked restaurants 843 acres of urban repsite in Central Park 84 museums & galleries 10 walking tours Top sights in full color Clear, easy-to-use maps and at-a-glance practical information Coverage Includes: Planning chapters, Lower Manhattan, the Financial District, SoHo, Chinatown, East Village, Lower East Side, Greenwich Village, Chelsea, the Meatpacking District, Union Square, Flatiron District, Gramercy, Midtown, Upper East Side, Upper West Side, Central Park, Harlem, Upper Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Day Trips from New York City, Sleeping, Understand and Survival chapters
Biographie de l'auteur
After earning an art history aegree from Harvard University and working at the Musée du Louvre. Brandon Presser swapped landscape canvases for the real deal and joined the glamorous ranks of eternal nomad ism. Today, Brandon works as a fulltime freelance writer and photographer. He's, penned over 40 guidebooks to far-flung destinations across the globe. f rom Iceland te Thailand and many 'lands' in between. When he's not on the road he calls New York City home, he lives a block from Union Square. Brandon also wrote the Planning, Sleeping. Day Trips from New York City, New York City Today, History and Survival Guide chapters. Read more about Brandon at lonelyplanet.com/members/brandonpresser. Raised on a diet of Sesame Street, Cristian's fondness for stoops and subways began in his diaper days. Since then, the one-time TV and theater scribe has played both tourist and local in New York City, writing about the city's food. architecture and art for numerous international publications. When he's not downing dirty martinis in Manhattan, you'll find him on assignment in Italy, Scandinavia or Southeast Asia. Cristian also wrote the NYC Table, Painting the Town Pink and NYC on Screen chapters. Carolina A Miranda has lived in New York for almost two decades (Coney Island. Park Slope. Manhattan and Bushwick). During her time in the city, she's attended the roller derby, canoed through industrial canais, watched basement performance art, seen operas at Lincoln Center and gotten engaged n on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum. Her stories have appeared in Time. ARTnews. Budget Travel and on National Public Radio. She is a regular contributor at WNYC.