Frommer's New York City 2005 (Frommer's Complete) by Brian Silverman

By Brian Silverman

The fundamental consultant to ny * ny had 35.3 million viewers in 2002, making it one of many best U.S. locations for either family and foreign tourists * Covers the latest lodges, together with the Mandarin within the new Time Warner construction and the newly reopened Millennium Downtown * incorporates a full-color picture insert and tremendous foldout map

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Chinese New Year. Every year, Chinatown rings in its own New Year (based on a lunar calendar) with 2 weeks of celebrations, including parades with dragon and lion dancers, plus vivid costumes of all kinds. The parade usually winds throughout Chinatown along Mott, Canal, and Bayard streets, and along East Broadway. Chinese New Year falls on February 9 in 2005 and it’s the Year of the Rooster. Call the NYCVB hot line at & 212/ 484-1222 or the Asian American Business Development Center at & 212/966-0100.

S. Custom House (Cass Gilbert, 1907) on Bowling Green between State and Whitehall streets. ” Displays included images of International Style buildings from around the world, many designed by architects from Germany’s Bauhaus, a progressive design school. The structures all shared a stark simplicity and vigorous functionalism, a definite break from historically based, decorative styles. The International Style was popularized in the United States through the teachings and designs of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886–1969), a German émigré based in Chicago.

Traveler’s checks used to be the only sound alternative to traveling with dangerously large amounts of cash. They are as reliable as currency, but, unlike cash, can be replaced if lost or stolen. These days, traveler’s checks are less necessary because most cities have 24hour ATMs that allow you to withdraw small amounts of cash as needed. However, keep in mind that you will likely be charged an ATM withdrawal fee if the bank is not your own, so if you’re withdrawing money every day, you might be better off with traveler’s checks—provided that you don’t mind showing identification every time you want to cash one.

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