iUniverse Would Like to Announce the Release of Mexico City: An Opinionated Guide for the Curious Traveler by Jim Johnston
This travel guide is written by a longtime resident of Mexico City, who knows the place inside and out. It offers thorough, entertaining information about where to stay, what to do, and where to eat. Detailed walking tours take you through the most interesting parts of the city, many of which are not found in standard guide books.
Guide for the Curious Traveler draws praise from multiple sources.
In Mexico City:An Opinionated Guide for the Curious Traveler, author and Mexico City resident Jim Johnston shares his first-hand knowledge of the one of the world’s largest cities. What started out as a collection of notes for friends has evolved into a guidebook for the curious traveler, a love letter to Mexico City.
Johnston has lived in Mexico City for more than 10 years. His personal tips, written in short, easy-to-read paragraphs, make the reader feel as though they’re being guided by a trusted friend. In separate chapters, Johnston shares his ideas on:
Where to sleep
What to see and do
What and where to eat
What to do at night
Where to shop
But it’s not just an overview. It’s a detailed trip around the city, including information on transportation, reviews of hotels, and insider tips for finding the best food in town. Johnston’s walking tours of the important parts of town bring the city to life.
With so much to see and do in Mexico City, Johnston also encourages travelers to take part in Mexican culture from ballet to mariachi music, from jazz to movies. Mexico City is a chance for the sophisticated traveler to really get to know the true Mexico.
About the author
Born in New York City, Jim Johnston currently lives and works in Mexico City. Johnston studied architecture at the University of Virginia and graphic design at the School of Visual Arts. His career as a professional artist spans more than twenty-five years and includes many different media. Since 1997, he has worked as a printmaker and journalist. Visit him online at www.jimjohnstonart.com and www.mexicocitydf.blogspot.com.
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