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Moleskine City Notebook Washington DC

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Model NumberS08084
Item Weight159 g
Product Dimensions9.2 x 1.6 x 14.3 cm
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part NumberS08084
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Best Sellers Rank 21,451 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight159 g
Date First Available26 Feb 2007
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The new Moleskine City Notebooks are ideal for those who travel, whether to see the sights or for work, as a way of organising trips and to preserving it for memories and records. Perfect for those who live there, as a way of organising the things they know and need about the city they live in. Each notebook has an elastic closure, 228 pages, with up to 44 pages in colour and have a sewn binding. There is an inside accordion pocket and three ribbon placemarkers, each in a different colour.

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By Mrs. S. Birchall on 14 Mar 2013
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I love these moleskine city notebooks. I organise all my holiday info before I go and use it as a personal resource when I'm away as well as a holiday diary.
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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful
A Do-It-Yourself Travel Notebook 11 Aug 2007
By Robert Moore - Published on Amazon.com
This is a very unusual product and I would strongly encourage anyone considering getting one to be completely aware of what it is before they purchase it. First, if you are looking for a single travel guide to prepare you for your trip to New York (or anywhere else there is a guide for), this is very close to worthless, if not entirely worthless. I would call one's attention to the title of the product. It is a "Notebook." That means that most of the pages are blank. This literally is a book for taking notes in.

So what do you get when you buy this? Every book in the series follows the same format. First there is a personal information page with address, phone, allergies, family doctor, passport number, then map information with public transportation maps. Then follows information on the various forms of transportation with phone numbers and websites, including cabs, buses, other forms of public transportation, and airports. There are some blank itinerary pages, measurement and speed conversion charts, size conversion charts (for shoppers), then a long series of neighborhood maps, including an index. And that's it. The final two-thirds of the notebook are blank. The next 20 or so pages are completely blank and unlined for whatever use you want to put them to. Next come several pages intended for writing down names of restaurants, bars, museums, historical sites, hotels, or whatever. The book also comes with unlabeled tabs with stickers to use as desired (for theaters, concert halls, or whatever you desire) as well as tracing paper for, as the label says, "Itineraries or Whatever." Finally, there is the usual pocket at the back that is found in all Moleskine products.

For some people this is going to be an absolutely useless product. But for many this will be remarkably useful. In fact, I can envision two uses for this notebook. First, those who are planning a trip to one of the places for which Moleskine has produced a book. Let's say one has consulted the Blue guide, the Eyewitness Guide (by DK), a Rough Guide, the Michelin guide, and the Let's Go guide. Maybe you've bought all of these, making for five guides. No way do you want to drag all of these on your trip or more than one on your flight. So what might you do? You might take the Moleskin Notebook, record into it all the places you want to see, restaurants you want to dine at, museums you want to stroll through, and anything else you want to do while in your destination of choice, and record it there. So the Moleskine City Notebook can serve as a distillation of all the various travel guides, web sites, and other resources you have consulted. And instead of hauling about a large Fodor's guide, you can carry about this small Notebook that can easily fit into a backpack, purse, should bag, or even pocket.

The only downside is that the Moleskine City Notebook is only as good as you make it. If you do a good job of planning your trip, it will be filled to the brim with useful and helpful information. If not, it will be as unhelpful as you have made it.

There is a second use to which the City Notebook can be put to use, though it is not one for which it was primarily designed. You could use it for the city in which you live, should you live in one of the cities for which one is made. I live, for instance, in Chicago. I have bought one of these so that I can over time use it to record every bit of helpful information that I might find useful or helpful. I can record what hours the Seminary Co-Op Bookstore (the real one, not the trade version on 57th Street) is open. The hours for the Chicago Public Library and the Newberry Library. Phone numbers of restaurants and addresses of bars. And so on and so forth. Granted, these books will only benefit those who live in one of those cities, but for the U.S. New York, Chicago, Boston, Washington D.C., Seattle, San Francisco, and Los Angeles are pretty populated areas.

So this is a very well conceived product though it absolutely has to be stressed that it is a specialized one. Please note: THIS ISN'T FOR EVERYONE. If you don't want to use the Notebook to plan your trip it is going to be very close to worthless. I'll emphasize again: this is only as good a product as you make it. But if you use it to help you plan your trip, it could be the single item you would most loathe to be without after your notebook.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A classic with a bonus 1 Sep 2007
By Megan Horn - Published on Amazon.com
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As ever, I love my moleskines! A new and creative twist on the traditional notebooks. I bought mine to encourage myself to journal more about the city I live in. Carry my Moleskine with me everywhere (perfect size for a purse or bag) and each new restaurant or event I attend I make a quick note of it to help me remember for a more detailed journal later on. Also great for referring back to when friends ask for a recommendation or visitors tire of the usual travel guidebooks. I highly recommend for locals as well as visitors who want to jot a few notes.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
neat-o 17 July 2008
By Kenneth Zinser - Published on Amazon.com
This is a really neat little notebook: with surprisingly in-depth maps and a street index, blank space for notes, tabbed sections to organize restaurants or museums or whatever you'd like...you can keep track of everything you've done and everywhere you've been in the city. The maps are especially convenient and subtle, too, if you're a little self-conscious about needing directions.

I'd only recommend one if you're going to be in the city for awhile, or plan on coming back. I got the NYC notebook but was only there for a week; the maps were really helpful.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
not enough room to write 16 Sep 2012
By nonnie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
The pages are to small to write much. The pocket at the back is to small to hold much of anything. There should be lines to write on in at least one section. An A-Z section should have been included at least you could have a starting cross reference (or index). The only good point.. the maps are ok, not great, just ok.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I love Moleskine travel city notebooks! 26 Dec 2013
By Dr. Oceanfront - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
These have the same great name and quality of regular Moleiskine notebooks, and they live up to that reputation.

These are great for whenever I am going to a new city, as it has great maps and a lot of information to see.
I hope they come out with more cities
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