Manhattan Pocket Diary 2021
Full grain leather in black, simulated leather in 8 colors
For over 30 years, the Manhattan Pocket Diary has been a must-have resource for New Yorkers featuring a wealth of city listings including restaurants, shops, art galleries, nightlife, 24-hour services, and emergency numbers. Packed with useful info such as conversion charts, vintage wine list, holidays and more. And for keeping up to date on your appointments, there's a week-to-a-spread calendar section.
Full-color street maps to make navigating the city a breeze. MTA, Metro-North, LIRR and NJ Transit maps help make sure you're always on the right track. Area and zip code maps assist you whether you're at your desk or on the street.
Outstanding features of the Manhattan Pocket Diary:
Dimensions: 3.25" x 7"
Contains week-to-a-spread calendar
Over 3,000 area-specific listings
Handy reference materials
Full color street, transit and vicinity maps
Each diary comes with a plastic pocket on the inside front cover
Keeping a Diary or Journal to Stay orgaized
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