Item description for Fodor's Pocket Kyoto, 1st Edition: The All-in-One Guide to the Best of the City Packed with Places to Eat, Sleep, Shop, and Explore (Pocket Guides) by Fodor's...
Fodor's Pocket Guides are designed for people who just want the highlights. They contain full, rich descriptions of major cities around the globe including the most worthy sights, the best restaurants and lodging, plus shopping, nightlife, and outdoors highlights--all in a handy, pocket-size package.
Fodor's Pocket Kyoto gives you: All the basics you need to help you decide what to see and do in the time you have; smart contacts and detailed practical information, including the scoop on public transportation, local holidays, what to pack, and more; the very best dining and lodging in every price range; great recommendations for shopping nightlife, outdoor activities, and essential side trips; and detailed maps with sights, restaurants, nightspots, and hotels clearly marked.
An excellent choice for people who want everything under one cover." - Washington Post
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.3" Width: 4.1" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 2002
ISBN 067690873X ISBN13 9780676908732
Availability 0 units.
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Internationally recogized as an authority on the spa experience, Bernard Burt has written articles in national publications and several other travel guidebooks and is the publisher of Spagoer newsletter. He lives in Washington, DC.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Fodor's Pocket Kyoto, 1st Edition: The All-in-One Guide to the Best of the City Packed with Places to Eat, Sleep, Shop, and Explore (Pocket Guides)?
Outdated information Oct 10, 2007
This book is sooooo outdated. Theres no train to Fushimi Inari but to Inari station. Theres no maiko show at the International Hotel "every night", it is only Fridays and Saturdays. Theres no mention of Ryozen Kwan On monument. Plus, I had to wait forever for the book to arrive on my mail. Against what the book says, people do their best to speak in english. After 12 hours in Kyoto, I threw this book away.
Solid book. A little hard to navigate though Nov 8, 2006
All in all, this was a good book, it had a lot of information that was targeted to a specific area. The book was small and easy to carry along.
I did find it's structure wasn't great and the maps weren't the best. All in all, it did the job though.