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This is the ultimate bible to Paris unknown. If you want to see Paris like it is in the movies, Nessy will show you the director's cut. If you seek the unusual and the underground, she'll take you down the rabbit hole and park you at the mad hatter's doorstep. If you think you know Paris, let Nessy challenge you. This book will encourage the wanderer within. It is a true traveller's companion as much as a beautifully designed collectable for your bookshelf. You are about to acquire this curious local's key to the city that will unlock a precious vault of addresses. Within the pages of this beautifully bound hardback, you will find... 20 Secret Restaurants; 70 Time Traveller's Bars and Cafes; 50 Romantic Hideaways and Unique Date Ideas; 60 Unexpected Cultural Alternatives to major museums; 50 Movie-worthy Walks & Eye-opening Neighbourhood Discoveries; 35 Cabinets of Curiosity and Aladdin's Caves; 50 Hip Parisian Hangouts; 50 Places to Inspire & Use Your Creativity; 35 Booklover Havens; 60 Local Food Gems; 40 Places Parisian Families Actually Take Their Kids; 65 Urban Retreats; 30 Obscure/Underground Adventures; 50 Budget-friendly life-savers; Endless good-to-know Paris tips.
For fans of Japanese manga and anime, a trip to Tokyo is an absolute must! In this captivating Tokyo travel guide, manga artist and author Evangeline Neo travels to the Japanese capital with her mascots Kopi the dog and Matcha the cat in tow, bringing you to all the otaku sights this city has to offer. She shows you where to shop for manga memorabilia in Akihabara and Nakano, takes you on a tour of famous anime and manga museums like Studio Ghibli and Sanrio Puroland, and shares her experiences at a cosplay studio, a maid and butler cafe, and a manga drawing class. In addition to manga and anime-related adventures, Eva brings readers to all the must-see Tokyo sites as well-from Asakusa's Sensoji Temple to Tokyo Tower and the Meiji Shrine. She also introduces travelers to sushi train restaurants, hot spring baths and a kimono makeover session-even a day trip to Mt. Fuji! Along the way, she shows you all her favorite places to shop and eat, and gives advice on what to pack, what to buy, how to get around, and even how to speak a few words of survival Japanese. This manga guide to Tokyo is depicted in charming and humorous drawings and stories, which are as enjoyable for armchair travelers as they are practically useful for visitors to the city. Step into the world of modern Japanese culture through this amusing and unique guide to one of the world's top cities.
Packed with adventure and a local's expert advice, this guide is essential reading for a fun-filled trip through the world's most famous wetland, the Everglades, and the spectacular marine environment of the 130-mile island chain formed by the Florida Keys. These two connected ecosystems, linked by the Florida Bay, offer outdoors enthusiasts and nature lovers hundreds of outings, activities, and experiences for enjoying the natural wonders of the Sunshine State. The itinerary begins just outside Naples, where Robert Silk takes the reader to some of the area's top eco-destinations, including the Fakahatchee Strand Preserve and the Ten Thousand Islands region. Moving eastward, he explores Big Cypress, Shark Valley, and the Miccosukee Indian Village. Although he avoids the urban areas of the Miami metroplex, Silk stops through alluring locales nearby, such as a bonsai garden and the unique Coral Castle in the Redland and Homestead areas, as well as the exceptional waterside campgrounds of Biscayne National Park. Silk's tour of the region even features an eerie Cold War-era missile base deep in Everglades National Park not far from an awe-inspiring mahogany hammock boardwalk. After that, he sets off for a paddle and a dive near imperiled reefs and the famous African Queen boat from the eponymous Bogart and Hepburn movie. The journey ends at Dry Tortugas National Park, but not before Silk highlights a selection of bicycling, paddling, and diving excursions in Key West. Along the way, the reader will also learn about local history and culture and discover some of the eclectic, locally owned restaurants, watering holes, and attractions that possess the charming Old Florida character.