Explore Los Angeles for Free With a Unique New Travel Guide

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You donÂ?t have to spend big bucks to have fun in the City of Angels. A new, hip pocket guide details hundreds of free fun things to do in L.A. from Hollywood to Malibu to Pasadena.

Looking for fun in Los Angeles but don't want to spend a lot of money? Your ticket to free fun is a copy of a unique new travel guide: “Free L.A: The Ultimate Free Fun Guide to the City of the Angels” (CorleyGuide; 0970624212; $12.95; trade paperback; Travel/Los Angeles; 288 pages) edited by veteran L.A. travel writer, Troy Corley.

Free L.A. details hundreds of free fun things to do in the L.A. metro area, from Hollywood to Malibu to Pasadena. Discover no-cost museums, botanical gardens, historic places, festivals, films, 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 the perfect travel planner for tourists and residents alike. Treat the family to a gratis movie under the stars or bring a date to a free Playboy Jazz concert. Pay nothing to visit L.A.’s top museums or take complimentary tours of historic L.A. landmarks. Free L.A. (http://www.freela.net) has more than 350 free fun things to choose from.

Written in a breezy style by a crew of savvy L.A. travel writers, Free L.A. includes tips on parking and kid-friendly places. Each event and venue features the Thomas Guide ™ map coordinates so finding the free fun is easy. As car-crazy Angelenos know, the Thomas Guide is the ultimate way to navigate your way through L.A.’s freeway maze.

"This well-researched, well-organized little book is packed with info and has all the inside scoop you need to enjoy these free events.... Free L.A. is the indispensable guide."- Suzanne O'Connor, editor, BargainsLA.com .

An L.A. resident for more than 20 years, Free L.A. editor and independent journalist Troy Corley, has written about L.A. for numerous publications including FamilyFun, Parents, Travel & Leisure Family and LA Parent magazines as well as the L.A. Times and America Online’s Digital City Los Angeles. As a mother of two with a penchant for saving a dollar, Ms. Corley has taken her family on numerous Free L.A. adventures and shares her passion for them in this twist on a traditional travel guide.

Free L.A. is available nationally at Barnes & Noble, Borders and independent bookstores and through online booksellers such as Amazon.com . Exclusively distributed by Beagle Bay Books (http://www.beaglebay.com), Free L.A. can be found at dozens of L.A. area bookstores including Vroman’s, Dutton’s, Book Soup, Skylight Books and Distant Lands.

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NOTE TO EDITORS: Review copies and high-resolution photos are available. Free L.A. content is also available for syndication.

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