Series: Frommer's Memorable Walks

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Frommer's Memorable Walks in Chicago by Elizabeth Canning Blackwell
Frommer's Memorable Walks in London by Richard Jones
Frommer's Memorable Walks in New York by Reid Bramblett
Frommer's Memorable Walks in Paris by Haas Mroue
Frommer's Memorable Walks in Rome by Bruce Murphy
Frommer's Memorable Walks in San Francisco by Erika Lenkert
Frommer's Memorable Walks in Washington, DC by Arthur Frommer

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  1. New York Walks by Jane Egginton (2001)
  2. Frommer's Complete Guide: New York State by Neil E. Schlecht (2004)
  3. 101 Great Hikes of the San Francisco Bay Area by Ann Marie Brown (2000)
  4. Time Out Book of New York Walks by Time Out (2000)
  5. Walking literary London : 25 walks through London's literary heritage by Roger Tagholm (2001)
  6. Literary Landscapes: Walking Tours in Great Britain and Ireland by Leonard N. Franco (1998)
  7. Frommer's $ A Day Guide: Australia by Marc Llewellyn (1988)
  8. An Hour from Paris by Annabel Simms (2003)
  9. Stairway Walks in San Francisco by Adah Bakalinsky (1984)
  10. Pauline Frommer's London by Jason Cochran (2007)
  11. Paris by Bistro: A Guide to Eating Well by Christine Graf (2004)
  12. The Big Onion Guide to New York City: Ten Historic Tours by Seth Kamil (2002)
  13. Peninsula Trails: Outdoor Adventures on the San Francisco Peninsula by Jean Rusmore (1982)
  14. London's Hidden Walks Volume 1 (Pocket London) by Stephen Millar (2010)
  15. Frommer's Irreverent Guide to Manhattan by Ethan Wolff (1996)

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