Kate Rockwood reviews several travel "re-imagined" guide books, including our favorite. Here’s a snip:
Like everything Moleskine, City Notebook ($17.95) is exactly what you make of it. Those who like to document as much as discover will delight in its more than 150 blank pages for jotting recommendations, notes, and anecdotes. Sticky tracing paper overlaid on street maps lets travelers chart their course again and again. All of the 29 books in the line, for such cities as Montreal, Rome, and Seattle, include foldout maps and travel info, as well as Moleskine’s trademark accordion pocket to store ticket stubs and receipts.
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