This book is small, eloquent, and easy to understand. It is about life, success, money, and priorities, what these things are and aren’t, and will continue to challenge the way most of us choose to live our lives for years.
From the Back Cover
22 Self-guided Tours. 40 Maps. One Great Trip.
At last, a travel guide that tells you how to see the best of everything–in the smartest, most time-efficient way.
The best of New York City in one, two, or three days
Thematic tours for every interest, schedule, and taste
Walking tours of the city’s best-loved neighborhoods
Hundreds of evocative photos
Bulleted maps that show you how to get from place to place
Hotels, restaurants, shopping, and nightlife for all budgets
A tear-resistant foldout map–enclosed in a handy plastic wallet you can also use for tickets and souvenirs
About the Author
Russell H. Conwell, the founder of Temple University in Philadelphia, was described by the great John Wanamaker as a student, schoolmaster, lawyer, preacher, organizer, thinker and writer, lecturer, educator, diplomat, and leader of men. Conwell was also the founder and pastor of Baptist Temple, one of the largest Protestant churches in America during his day and time. He also founded two hospitals in the City of Brotherly Love. His famous Acres of Diamonds speech helped countless individuals to come into the knowledge of the meaning of true wealth and how to attain it without getting sidetracked by selfishness and greed.