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It's full of incredibly detailed tips - right down to which hotels offer cribs and rollaway beds and which restaurants offer high chairs

It's full of incredibly detailed tips - right down to which hotels offer cribs and rollaway beds and which restaurants offer high chairs. Inside you'll learn where to find hands-on, interactive museums; children's entertainment, from concerts to puppet shows; kid-oriented shopping; plus all the best parks and places to play

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This book is pretty good for a trip to NYC with kids.

Series: Frommer's With Kids (Book 5). Paperback: 318 pages. This book is pretty good for a trip to NYC with kids. It doesn't have too much extraneous info in it, which is good.

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Описание: Family vacations have never been so easy with Frommer's. It's like having a friend show you around, taking you to the places local parents and kids like best. It's full of incredibly detailed tips - right down to which hotels offer cribs and rollaway beds and which restaurants offer high chairs.

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Let Frommer's show you where your kids can: Get up close and personal with Lady Liberty . View the city from King Kong's climbing post. Play Top Gun on a real aircraft carrier. Take a monorail through the wilds of Asia. and to help me figure out which tourist attractions were worth the time and cost. and this one was the best! Informative guide for travel with kids. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 15 years ago.

Series: Frommer's With Kids, Frommer's travel guides. Our author, a long time New Yorker, hits all the NYC highlights, from the top 10 attractions for kids to the best hotels and restaurants for families, how to shop NYC with your kids, and the best ways to take advantage of NY. vast array of entertainment.

Family vacations have never been so easy with Frommer's. It's like having a friend show you around, taking you to the places local parents and kids like best. Our expert authors have already gone everywhere you might go-they've done the legwork for you, and they're not afraid to tell it like it is, saving you time and money. No other series offers candid reviews of so many hotels and restaurants in all price ranges, and tells you which ones are kid-friendly. Every Frommer's with Kids Travel Guide is up-to-date, with exact prices for everything, dozens of color maps, and exciting coverage of sports, shopping, and outdoor activities. You'd be lost without us!

This eighth edition of Frommer's New York City with Kids reveals the most fun and educational experiences for kids in the Big Apple. It's full of incredibly detailed tips - right down to which hotels offer cribs and rollaway beds and which restaurants offer high chairs. Inside you'll learn where to find hands-on, interactive museums; children's entertainment, from concerts to puppet shows; kid-oriented shopping; plus all the best parks and places to play . There are even suggested itineraries for each age group making trip planning a snap! Let Frommer's New York City with Kids show your family the exciting sights and sounds of New York City.

Frommer's New York City with Kids (Frommer's With Kids) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0764573835

ISBN: 0764573837

Author: Holly Hughes

Category: Travel

Subcategory: United States

Language: English

Publisher: Frommer's; 9th edition (January 28, 2005)

Pages: 318 pages

ePUB size: 1703 kb

FB2 size: 1177 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 261

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lucky kitten
Our family recently spent time in Manhattan. We took several books with us, and this was the one we found most useful. It's not perfect -- I found myself flipping pages a lot to connect restaurants and attractions etc, but it was still so loaded with good info that I always took it with me when we went out. We found several good restaurants that were just as depicted (though one was closed), and we chose several places to visit and were not disappointed. There's a good introductory chapter as well as excellent information about parks, playgrounds, restaurants, hotels, shopping, walks, entertainment and side trips. No pictures. Excellent resource.
lucky kitten
Our family recently spent time in Manhattan. We took several books with us, and this was the one we found most useful. It's not perfect -- I found myself flipping pages a lot to connect restaurants and attractions etc, but it was still so loaded with good info that I always took it with me when we went out. We found several good restaurants that were just as depicted (though one was closed), and we chose several places to visit and were not disappointed. There's a good introductory chapter as well as excellent information about parks, playgrounds, restaurants, hotels, shopping, walks, entertainment and side trips. No pictures. Excellent resource.
Marg
I needed a book on New York that would identify good restaruants to take kids before the theatre and so forth. This book gives chain restaurants (think Chilis) as suggestions to take kids.....New York City and I am going to a chain? I think not!! We didn't utilize this book.
Marg
I needed a book on New York that would identify good restaruants to take kids before the theatre and so forth. This book gives chain restaurants (think Chilis) as suggestions to take kids.....New York City and I am going to a chain? I think not!! We didn't utilize this book.
Onetarieva
Even though I have yet to take my grandchildren to New York City, I am enjoying the planning part....thanks to this great guide.
Onetarieva
Even though I have yet to take my grandchildren to New York City, I am enjoying the planning part....thanks to this great guide.
Barit
I was annoyed with myself when I received this book - it was published in 1998! We haven't gone to New York yet but I suspect there is a lot more to do these days. Silly me.
Barit
I was annoyed with myself when I received this book - it was published in 1998! We haven't gone to New York yet but I suspect there is a lot more to do these days. Silly me.
fire dancer
This book is pretty good for a trip to NYC with kids.
I bought it without having reviewed it first, but I flipped through about 4-5 books on NYC with kids and chose it.
It is slimmer than some other books, which is helpful if you are going to be toting it around in your bag with you in the city.
It doesn't have too much extraneous info in it, which is good.
It has a decent review of most of the hotels. I had a hotel recommended by a friend, and it's included in the book and pretty accurate, although the author leaves out some info about the rooms there that I would have wanted to know - - such as the fact that older rooms on lower floors at regular rates are REALLY old and tired looking and that newer refreshed rooms are higher up and go for higher rates. I think it includes a number of good hotels that have suites for families, which we find to be very nice.
The restaurant reviews are somewhat helpful, but no book of this type can adequately cover all the restaurants in NYC that are good for families. It does a good job of pointing out a few in each area that are good and welcome kids, but it of course misses MANY MANY others that are even better.
It suggests some daily itineraries and includes a list of top kid attractions, which is the best part of the book for a first or second trip to NYC with kids. It oversells a couple and undersells a couple, but each family will prefer different activities/sites anyway.
My biggest beef with it was that it has different maps for each section: a restaurant map, an attractions map, a hotel map, a playgrounds map, etc. I ultimately took a map from my hotel and just wrote onto it the attractions, etc that we wanted to visit. I would have loved to see an overlay or something like that. It was a pain to try to flip from the restaruant map to the attractions map. I wanted to be able to see that we could zip over from this attraction to that store to that restaurant, etc.
There is a color subway map on the inside of the back cover, which doesn't cover upper Manhattan, and it isn't overlayed onto other maps.
fire dancer
This book is pretty good for a trip to NYC with kids.
I bought it without having reviewed it first, but I flipped through about 4-5 books on NYC with kids and chose it.
It is slimmer than some other books, which is helpful if you are going to be toting it around in your bag with you in the city.
It doesn't have too much extraneous info in it, which is good.
It has a decent review of most of the hotels. I had a hotel recommended by a friend, and it's included in the book and pretty accurate, although the author leaves out some info about the rooms there that I would have wanted to know - - such as the fact that older rooms on lower floors at regular rates are REALLY old and tired looking and that newer refreshed rooms are higher up and go for higher rates. I think it includes a number of good hotels that have suites for families, which we find to be very nice.
The restaurant reviews are somewhat helpful, but no book of this type can adequately cover all the restaurants in NYC that are good for families. It does a good job of pointing out a few in each area that are good and welcome kids, but it of course misses MANY MANY others that are even better.
It suggests some daily itineraries and includes a list of top kid attractions, which is the best part of the book for a first or second trip to NYC with kids. It oversells a couple and undersells a couple, but each family will prefer different activities/sites anyway.
My biggest beef with it was that it has different maps for each section: a restaurant map, an attractions map, a hotel map, a playgrounds map, etc. I ultimately took a map from my hotel and just wrote onto it the attractions, etc that we wanted to visit. I would have loved to see an overlay or something like that. It was a pain to try to flip from the restaruant map to the attractions map. I wanted to be able to see that we could zip over from this attraction to that store to that restaurant, etc.
There is a color subway map on the inside of the back cover, which doesn't cover upper Manhattan, and it isn't overlayed onto other maps.
Erennge
Having traveled several times to NYC as a couple, we were unsure as to what our plans would be with two boys, 2 & 6. This guide was invaluable. It is an excellent resource for families. It is particularly useful when choosing family outings, accommodations, & restaurants. Age guidelines & menu summaries are provided for each restaurant. Descriptions of hotels & rooms (& space in the rooms) are given. Lots of info on kids' activities that isn't readily available to a visitor such as shows & museums for children, playgrounds, & even tips for finding a public restroom. And much more. Phone #s, websites, pricing, & age guidelines are given for all. Plus, lots of tips for many popular destinations about waiting times, environment for a small child (or older child), etc. - all that info that parents of young children want! All in all a great guide.
Erennge
Having traveled several times to NYC as a couple, we were unsure as to what our plans would be with two boys, 2 & 6. This guide was invaluable. It is an excellent resource for families. It is particularly useful when choosing family outings, accommodations, & restaurants. Age guidelines & menu summaries are provided for each restaurant. Descriptions of hotels & rooms (& space in the rooms) are given. Lots of info on kids' activities that isn't readily available to a visitor such as shows & museums for children, playgrounds, & even tips for finding a public restroom. And much more. Phone #s, websites, pricing, & age guidelines are given for all. Plus, lots of tips for many popular destinations about waiting times, environment for a small child (or older child), etc. - all that info that parents of young children want! All in all a great guide.
Silver Globol
I grew up in the area, and surpised myself by purchasing this book before a trip back with my than 2 year old son...needless to say, in the past 3 years, every time I have taken him to NYC, we have had really fun filled, well organized plans thanks to this book...when traveling (anywhere) with children, there is nothing better than knowing exactly where you are going to eat at the end of the day, and exactly how to get there...that said, NYC has a high turnover rate for just about everything...call your chosen resturant first to make sure they didn't go out of business, check the MTA site to make sure the subway line you plan on taking isn't limiting service that day due to track work, and you'll be fine...the city can be an intimidating place to lots of people, but it really dosen't need to be, and this book is a great start for those visiting with children.
Silver Globol
I grew up in the area, and surpised myself by purchasing this book before a trip back with my than 2 year old son...needless to say, in the past 3 years, every time I have taken him to NYC, we have had really fun filled, well organized plans thanks to this book...when traveling (anywhere) with children, there is nothing better than knowing exactly where you are going to eat at the end of the day, and exactly how to get there...that said, NYC has a high turnover rate for just about everything...call your chosen resturant first to make sure they didn't go out of business, check the MTA site to make sure the subway line you plan on taking isn't limiting service that day due to track work, and you'll be fine...the city can be an intimidating place to lots of people, but it really dosen't need to be, and this book is a great start for those visiting with children.
The book is ok but I bought it because I was going to NYC and when I actually went I found that one restaurant, which was supposedly near my hotel, did not exist, another one was closed forever, so in the end I could not rely on the restaurant information. Also the information was put very sparsely, I would have arranged it more by area, given the fact that if you travel with kids the main problem is moving around and you are therefore more restricted in your movements. Overall it's 3 stars, I don't know if there are better guides, looking back I would not buy it again.
The book is ok but I bought it because I was going to NYC and when I actually went I found that one restaurant, which was supposedly near my hotel, did not exist, another one was closed forever, so in the end I could not rely on the restaurant information. Also the information was put very sparsely, I would have arranged it more by area, given the fact that if you travel with kids the main problem is moving around and you are therefore more restricted in your movements. Overall it's 3 stars, I don't know if there are better guides, looking back I would not buy it again.