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For readers who are tired of the promotional fluff and brochure-speak that characterizes most travel guides, heres a fresh voice. The Irreverent Guides offer an insiders look at each destination, and take a fun, honest look at everything they review. Its not every day you open up a guidebook to find categories like:*Most overrated museums*Weirdest bunch of public statuary*Bars where you can hear yourself think*Where the supermodels eat and where they dont*Eurotrashiest hotels*Hotels for people who hate conventioneers*Luscious love nests and lavender lodgings*Restaurants that dont live up to the hype*Swingin supper clubs with attitudeThe Irreverents give you the lowdown, the inside story. They have nothing to sell but the truth, which includes a balance of good and bad. They praise, they trash, they weigh, and leave the final decision up to the reader. Our writers take a special pleasure in leading you where other guides fear to tread.
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Heather Bourbeau has reported on domestic and foreign policy issues, economics and pop culture for TheStreet.com, AP Dow Jones, The Financial Times and KPFA Radio. Her articles have appeared in Conde Nast Traveler, Foreign Policy, The Village Voice, and The Washington Monthly. She received her Masters from Johns Hopkins University SAIS and her Bachelors from UC Berkeley.
Camille Eiss [Nightlife chapter] was born and raised in New Jersey. She is currently a junior at Georgetown University double majoring in Government and English.
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Book Description Frommer, 1998. Paperback. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0028626192
Book Description Frommer, 1998. Paperback. Condition: New. 2nd. Seller Inventory # DADAX0028626192