Herb Lester Associates research, write, print and distribute maps and guides to the world's great cities. We seek out the well-used and much-loved, and enjoy the extraordinary as well as the everyday. Old bookshops and new coffee shops, park benches and dive bars, hat shops and haberdashers: this is the world according to Herb Lester.
A new way to explore old Los Angeles How To Find Old Los Angeles contains 153 timewarp attractions, taking in bars, delis, book stores, bowling alleys, burger joints and architectural wonders across this vast city. To make navigation simple, the book is divided into chapters, each with a focus on a different area. Photographs throughout bring entries to vivid life.
How To Find Old Los Angeles is as well suited to a seasoned local as a first-time visitor, full of places to eat, drink, admire and explore, including:—
Victorian woodframe buildings—
oldtime Hollywood hangouts—
the deli where F. Scott Fitzgerald ate his last bar of chocolate—
a racetrack (and bars) frequented by Charles Bukowski
...and much more.
Paperback book, 177x126mm, 104 pages
Litho-printed in Great Britain