California. Ediz. Inglese

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Lonely Planet, 2006 - Travel - 752 pages
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Tempt vertigo on the hills of San Francisco and rub elbows with a star in an LA boutique. Sample syrahs in the Wine Country, cruise cliff-hugging Hwy 1 or hike in the heat of Death Valley. Whether you‚€™re a city slicker, road tripper or adrenaline junkie, grab this in-depth, cheeky guide and let our local authors steer you to the treasures of the Golden State.

Plot Your Route‚€“ 120 detailed maps and seven handy itineraries help you navigate and plan your adventure.

Take It Outside‚€“ surfing Steamers Lane, climbing Half Dome, skiing Tahoe, diving San Diego: the scoop on the hottest California activities.

Eat Your Heart Out‚€“ hundreds of restaurant reviews, from tasty taquer√≠as to celebrity-chef bistros.

Sleep Easy‚€“ the best places for California dreaming, from mountaintop campgrounds to oceanfront resorts.

Cross The Border‚€“ expanded Las Vegas chapter shows you how to hit the jackpot in flirty, fabulous Sin City, plus tips on heading south to Mexico.

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I'm planning our summer vacation & always look to Lonely Planet for tips. Here we come San Diego, LA, and Santa Barbara. I can't wait. Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Schulte-Peevers is a Los Angeles-based writer, editor and translator who ownes her love of languages and travel to her mother, who began lugging her off to foreign lands when she was just a toddler. She got her high-school education in Germany, then left for London and stints as an au-pair, market resercher and foreign language correspondent. In the mid-80s, she swapped England for Souther California and the hallowed halls of UCLA. She hit the job market armed with a degree in English literature and chartered a course in travel journalism.