Frommer's Portable New York City from 90 Dollars a Day
In the aftermath of the terrorist attack on New York City on Sept. 11, 2001, New York let the world know it was still open for business, and the city instituted many new programs to entice travelers with bargain rates on everything from hotels, to restaurants to attractions. What long-term effects of the attack will tourists find in New York? This pocket-sized guide summarizes the best of the deals and latest on what's open, what's moved, and how to find it. There's updated information on public transportation, access to the city, the reopening of hotels, attractions and restaurants. Museums are opening, renovating, and moving: for example, The Museum of Modern Art is undergoing a major renovation, but the art is still on display: just head across the East River to the old Swingline Staple Factory in Queens, the hub of an expanding art scene easily accessible by shuttle buses from Manhattan.
- Paperback | 186 pages
- 115.3 x 190.5 x 11.4mm | 136.08g
- 24 Jan 2003
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
- 2nd Revised edition