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Lonely Planet Los Angeles, San Diego & Southern California (Travel Guide) Paperback – March 1, 2011
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About the Author
Born in the cornfields outside Chicago, Sara jumped on a plane to the West Coast after college with just one suitcase and $100 in her pocket. She landed in San Francisco and has bounced around the state ever since, including the Sierra Nevada, Los Angeles and San Luis Obispo County. Sara is also an avid outdoor enthusiast. Her travel writing has featured on popular websites and in magazines and newspapers from coast to coast, including the Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Las Vegas Review-Journal and National Geographic Adventure. Already the author of 30 travel and nonfiction books, Sara has written Lonely Planet's Las Vegas and Las Vegas Encounter guides and contributed to California Trips.
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I needed a city guide for the city of Los Angeles but there was not such book available from Lonely Planet
I always choose lonely planet because 9 out of 10 times provides me with the information I need and right on!
Maybe it's okay for travellers taking a tour around the coast of southern California but definitely not so much for an in-depth knowledge of LA
I was very disappointed to find there was no pull-out map, very little information for public transportation, and incomplete page maps (which by the way, I believe should never be split into two pages)
Disappointed with lonely planet