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Quiet Los Angeles

By (author) Mark Mendez, Rebecca Razo
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd, London, United Kingdom
Published: 23rd Mar 2016
Dimensions: w 156mm h 166mm d 16mm
Weight: 300g
ISBN-10: 0711236909
ISBN-13: 9780711236905
Barcode No: 9780711236905
Synopsis
Following Quiet London, Quiet Paris and Quiet New York, comes Quiet Los Angeles, the next in the series that reveals a variety of quiet places in the midst of some of the world's busiest cities. These guides offer both visitors and locals a chance to enjoy the quiet side of these lively cities, to find places off the beaten track, explore enticing small museums or enjoy peaceful gardens. They offer the promise of somewhere to relax and recuperate, to enjoy a cup of coffee and a book, or to find a restful spot to unwind away from the hustle and bustle. Included are more than 120 quiet places to meet, drink, dine, sleep, read and wander. Evocative photographs accompany a short description for each location, including access and contact details.

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"With a clean design and serene photographs, Quiet Los Angeles is the perfect gift for a new-in-town friend, and it looks real nice on a coffee table." - Los Angeles Magazine Online "Flipping through the pages of Quiet Los Angeles is a relaxing experience in itself. . . Maybe you can't actually make it to El Matador State Beach or Cahuenga Peak or the serenity-rich Wayfarers Chapel in Rancho Palos Verdes, but imagining yourself there is a nice exercise." - LAWeekly.com "With a clean design and serene photographs, Quiet Los Angeles is the perfect gift for a new-in-town friend, and it looks real nice on a coffee table." - "Los Angeles Magazine Online" "Flipping through the pages of Quiet Los Angeles is a relaxing experience in itself. . . Maybe you can't actually make it to El Matador State Beach or Cahuenga Peak or the serenity-rich Wayfarers Chapel in Rancho Palos Verdes, but imagining yourself there is a nice exercise." - "LAWeekly.com"