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Free L.A. The Ultimate Free Fun Guide to the City of Angels (Los Angeles)

by Robert Stock

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0970624212, Paperback)

Looking for fun in Los Angeles but don't want to spend big bucks? FREE L.A. details hundreds of free fun things to do in the L.A. area, from Hollywood to Malibu to Pasadena. Discover free museums, free botanical gardens, free festivals, free films, free concerts and more. Whether you’re looking for fun in the sun or for something free and easy to do during major holidays, FREE L.A. is a perfect travel planner for tourists and residents alike. Treat the family to a free movie under the stars or bring a date to a free Playboy Jazz concert. Visit LA’s top museums for free or take free tours of historic LA landmarks. FREE L.A. has more than 350 free fun things to choose from.

Written and researched by a crew of savvy L.A. travel writers, each event and venue is described in a breezy style that's packed with details, including tips on parking and kid-friendly places. FREE L.A. also features the Thomas Guide ™ map coordinates for every write-up, so finding the free fun is easy. As car-crazy Angelenos know, Rand McNally's Thomas Guide is the ultimate way to navigate your way through L.A.’s freeway maze.

FREE L.A. is simple to use with five distinct sections. In Annual Events you’ll find hip descriptions of ethnic celebrations, aviation expos, nature festivals, gem shows and more in a January to December format. Holiday Events covers Lunar New Year parades, Earth Day fests, Cinco de Mayo fiestas, July 4th fireworks, Halloween howls and Christmas boat parades. Extra Events features concerts, films, gardening goodies and ongoing happenings. Venues details dozens of museums, botanical gardens and historic places. All free. The Indexes section includes an alphabetical index so you can find every free fun thing to do by name. A location index lets you search by community with cross-references to the Thomas Guide map coordinates.

Whether you’re a tourist or a resident, with FREE L.A., you’ll find something free to do every day.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:08:04 -0400)

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