Discover California (Regional Guide) (2nd Edition) by Andrea Schulte-Peevers, Alison Bing, Sara Benson, Andrew

By Andrea Schulte-Peevers, Alison Bing, Sara Benson, Andrew Bender, Nate Cavalieri, Beth Kohn, John A. Vlahides, Bridget Gleeson

Experience the easiest of California
Pacific Coast street, Wine state, Disneyland—we’ve chosen the main iconic attractions and fantastic areas so that you can benefit from the genuine California with minimal fuss.

Highlights demonstrate the must-see sights and unbeatable experiences
Itineraries make making plans your journey easier than ever
Local Experts suggest what to not miss
Easy-to-use Maps placed the streets of California on your pocket

Our Promise
You can belief our trip info simply because Lonely Planet authors stopover at the areas we write approximately, every variation. We by no means settle for freebies for confident insurance, so that you can depend on us to inform it love it is.

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A C$12 pass provides access to most activities over the 17 days. Hotel reservations must be made well in advance. ca for details. January 27 to February 12, 2012. JUNE Les FrancoFolies de Montréal. Since 1988, this music fest has featured Frenchlanguage pop, hip-hop, electronic, world beat, and chanson. There are 70 indoor shows and twice as many that are outdoors and free. com. June 8 to 16, 2012. Mondial de la Bière, Montréal. Yes, beer fans, this is a 5-day festival devoted to your favorite beverage.

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1 Parc du Mont-Royal The hill that rises behind downtown is the small mountain, Mont Royal, that gave the city its name. Its rounded crest became a public park somewhat according to plans by architect Frederick Law Olmsted. Throngs of people come for its woods, paths, and meadows in all four seasons.  164 for a walking tour) or a taxi ride to Lac des Castors (Beaver Lake). See p. 113. Make your way either by bus and Métro, or by taxi, to the southern end of the city. 2 Vieux-Port The Old Port at the edge of Vieux-Montréal has been transformed into a broad, vibrant park.

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