Book Signing in Pasadena on 1/20 for “Car Free Los Angeles and Southern California”

Book author Nathan Landau will be signing  copies of his newest book, Car Free Los Angeles and Southern California next Friday evening at 7:00,  at Vroman’s bookstore in Pasadena. It would be great if you could list it in your calendar–here’s Vroman’s link.
Amazon describes Landau’s car-free guide:
Car-Free Los Angeles and Southern California is designed as a complete guide to a car-free vacation in Southern California, from the time travelers land or arrive until the time they leave. Car-Free Los Angeles and Southern California reveals how to get from the airport—or the train station or bus station—into town. For Los Angeles or Southern California residents, this book tells how to plug into the transit network and start traveling car-free to the local attractions.
Vroman’s  is a short walk from Memorial Park Gold Line and has Colorado Blvd. buses (180, 181, 780 at Lake) right there, along with other nearby bus lines.  For more information and directions, visit the Vroman’s website.

 

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