Extensively revised for 2007, this 416-page volume includes updated information on finding a home to rent or buy, expanded activities for the sports-minded (trapeze school, anyone?), and a brand-new section detailing day trip resources for those seeking a brief respite from the city.From Inwood to Battery Park, from Riverdale to Bayside to DUMBO to Grymes Hill, plus suburbs in New Jersey, Long Island and Westchester, and Connecticut, this latest volume extensively and intensively describes each neighborhoodaits character, its features, and types and availability of housingawhile offering the most up-to-date information on finding a place to live, childcare, transportation, education, cultural life, helpful services, recreation, and much more.There are hundreds of auto repair shops throughout the city, and many of them are competent and honest. ... Membership in AAA (American Automobile Association), $58 for the first year, $48 thereafter, is probably the best investment you cananbsp;...
|Title||:||Newcomer's Handbook for Moving to and Living in New York City|
|Publisher||:||First Books - 2007|