- Used Books
- Staff Picks
- Gifts & Gift Cards
- Sell Books
- Stores & Events
- Let's Talk Books
Special Offers see all
More at Powell's
Recently Viewed clear list
This item may be
Check for Availability
Moleskine Amsterdam City Notebookby Moleskine
California Residents: Prop 65 Warning
Synopses & Reviews
A special guidebook, to buy for your own use or as a gift for your friends. Ideal for those who travel, whether to see the sights or for work, as a way of organizing your trip and to preserve it for your memory and your records. Perfect for those who live there, as a way of organizing 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 colours and have a sewn binding. There is an inside accordion pocket and three ribbon placemarkers, each in a different colour.
The whole city in a single notebook
The first guidebook you write yourself.
The largest city in the Netherlands fits in your pocket with the Moleskine City Notebook Amsterdam. For keeping track of your favorite shops, tracing your way through the city's canals and more. The Key Map summarizes the overall city layout, showing the sequence and location of the 12 zone maps. Map of the metro system and list of stations, plus the alphabetical street index of the zone maps. Blank pages for jotting down notes and recording your thoughts, stories and memories. 32 removable sheets for loose notes and exchanging messages. 12 translucent sticky sheets for tracing your routes and sharing itineraries. A 96-page tabbed archive for collecting everything that matters most and keeping it at your fingertips. The first 6 tabs are printed; the others await your personalization with the enclosed adhesive labels.
Each pocket sized Moleskine City Notebook is thread bound and has a cardboard bound cover with rounded corners, acid free paper, three bookmarks, an elastic closure and an expandable inner pocket that contains the Moleskine history.
What Our Readers Are Saying
Average customer rating based on 2 comments:
Arts and Entertainment » Architecture » General