By Vesna Neskow
2014 Edition. This modern advisor to town of sunshine and past can help you find landmarks, arts and leisure venues, eating places, cafes, resorts, stylish retailers, and after-dark stops, with additional assurance of most sensible alternatives attractions.
- Color-coded, numbered entries within the textual content are keyed to full-color sector maps in every one chapter
- ''Top Picks'' direct you to not-to-be-missed attractions
- Notes pages
- Portable measurement and modern, non-touristy ''Black Book'' format
- Full-color spot illustrations all through liven the text
- 8 easy-to-use fold-out maps
- Elastic band position holder marks your spot
- 4-1/4'' large x 5-3/4'' high
- hid wire-o binding, publication lies flat for ease of use
- 232 pages
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