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Fodor's Cityguides: Chicago

Fodor's Cityguides: Chicago (Paperback)

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Written by local experts and critics, Fodor's CITYGUIDE is the ultimate resident's guide to the city. For newcomers and suburbanites, it's a shortcut to knowing the city like a native. And, for urban know-it-alls, it's the perfect desktop reference and may even point out a few secrets you haven't uncovered yet! Everyone will appreciate the comprehensive coverage, dead-on reviews, and the atlas of full-color maps. Hundreds of restaurants Chicago Tribune contributing restaurant reviewer Elaine Glusac gives you the lowdown on landmarks, trendsetters, and neighborhood finds in all price categories. Shops galore Let our shopping gurus show you the best of everything all over town. We cover more ground than any shopping guide. So if it's sold in the city, you can read about it here. All the pleasures and places From favorite sights to offbeat attractions to outdoor adventures CITYGUIDE CHICAGO is loaded with bright ideas. Before and After Dark Whether your in the mood for stand-up comedy, cutting-edge theater, a chamber music recital, or a place to dance the night away, we'll tell you where to go. Basics and beyond Parking and recycling, acting schools and cooking classes, on-line resources and the cable guy ? it's all inside. Color maps of every neighborhood They're spectacular and easy to read ? and every shop, restaurant, and sight is keyed to the maps. Plus, you'll find maps of the Art Institute, O'Hare, Wrigley Field, and more.

Travel & MapsTravel & holiday guides Publisher: Random House USA Inc Publication Date: 08/05/2001 ISBN-13: 9780679007845  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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