Unpretentious, sophisticated, and always appetizing advice from a celebrated authority For more than thirty years, R. W. Apple Jr. roamed the United States as an eyewitness to history. Here, in Apple's America, his robust enthusiasm for the food and culture of New England, the South and West, the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, and his native Middle West carried him to forty great cities, where he proves to be our ideal guide--amused and amusing, knowledgeable, indefatigable, and endlessly curious. From Boston to Honolulu, from Montreal to Las Vegas, Cincinnati to Seattle, Johnny Apple explores the landmarks, architecture, business, culture, and, of course, the food and beverages of his favorite urban communities. Capturing the tone and style of American city life to perfection, he shows us the hidden treasures, the best buildings, the famous landmarks, the historical aura, and the present-day realities that make each city so memorable. And in each he recommends several places to stay, numerous places to eat, and sites or activities you shouldn't miss. No traveler in the United States will want to do without his recommendations.The Discriminating Travelera#39;s Guide to 40 Great Cities R. W. Apple, Jr. Cincinnati. Despite a riverside site of uncommon beauty and a history of uncommon achievement, Cincinnati has always had a reputation as a stick-in-the-mud. ... ( and statea#39;s and nationa#39;s) longest-lasting political dynasty, told me when I ran into him at a football game that Cincinnati has aan ... Center and its director on obscenity charges arising from an exhibition of 175 photographs by Robert Mapplethorpe, a few ofanbsp;...
|Author||:||R. W. Apple, Jr.|
|Publisher||:||Macmillan - 2007-04-07|