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In 2016 The New York Times listed Mexico City as the number one place to go in the world. With nearly 40 millions tourists visiting the country in 2017, tourism to Mexico is booming. And despite past safety concerns, the country's capital has undergone something of a cultural renaissance and is now both an enchanting and world-class travel destination. Modern Living in Mexico City is your comprehensive guide to navigate the city's seemingly endless cultural attractions, eclectic food and drinks scene, shops, galleries and legendary markets. From major sights to recently opened venues that showcase the city's young and vibrant energy, author Cristina Alonso will ensure you make the most of your visit and then be eager to return to the most progressive city in Latin America.
This book is aimed at inspiring readers to take a road trip, while providing practical advice to help them to do so. Whether looking at popping over to Europe for a quick circuit, hankering to drive the classic routes of North America, or even the aiming to cover a clutch of African countries, there is something for everyone. Importantly, every road trip featured is possible without specialist equipment and, indeed, each and every trip could possibly be completed in a hire car - though for a select few a four-wheel drive hire vehicle would be advisable. The author offers a wealth of advice from his experience taking road trips around the world. From hiring cars and paperwork, to what to take, driving laws, crossing borders and emergencies, the engaging text aims to give the reader confidence to fulfill his/her dreams. The second part of the book provides a wide range of route suggestions, based on the author's own experiences on six continents. A fascinating guide, which will, hopefully, inspire readers to turn their independent travel dreams into reality.
San Francisco is a city that needs little introduction. Author Sam Trezise points you in the right direction around the Golden City, paying equal homage to the iconic places and current trends that make this city so progressive. Discover the heart of the downtown area with its stalwart diners and dive bars, take a cable car across the city's undulating streets, or let the effects of Silicon Valley and tech giants like Google sink in while you shop in some of the best high-end designer shops and vintage stores to be found anywhere in the US. San Francisco Pocket Precincts is your curated guide to the city's best cultural, shopping, eating and drinking experiences. This guide includes a selection of 'field trips' encouraging you to venture further afield to the outer Bay Areas, the Napa Valley wine region and Yosemite National Park.
Singapore might be small in size, but it definitely packs in plenty of excitement, while also being firmly rooted in its traditions. Here, sleek skyscrapers sit aside heritage-protected temples, mosques and churches. You can shop to your heart's content before recharging with a plate of Michelin-starred chicken rice in a hawker centre, and then satiate your cultural appetite with a spot of museum and gallery hopping. If museums aren't your thing, go for a walk through the kitschy neon-lit 'supertrees' at Gardens by the Bay, or fawn over giant pandas at the Singapore Zoo. Singapore Pocket Precincts is your curated guide to the city's best cultural, shopping, eating and drinking experiences. This guide also includes a selection of 'field trips' encouraging you to venture further to the islands of Pulau Ubin and Sentosa.