Hometown Santa Monica continues in the same popular style as its Pasadena counterpart, a new breed of guidebook adding wit, personalities and color to reliable insider's advice on what to do, see, eat, drink, and experience in the cities fronting Santa Monica Bay. In words and full-color images, this sophisticated guide showcases the people and institutions, the history and stories, the art and architecture, and the quirks and charms of these vibrant communities.Therea#39;s a dance, kickboxing, jujitsu, walking, yoga, tai cha#39;i or slim a#39;na#39; trim class (to name but a few) for every level, from beginner to advanced. Sessions run eight weeks, with one class per week, and cost from $50 to $70 per session for residents (nonresidents pay more). ... First-time visitors should check the web site : Therea#39;s usually a free one-day pass available. ... a steam, get a massage or enjoy a healthy lunch at the cafAc, which is operated by the Palisadesa#39;s much- loved CafAc Vida.
|Title||:||Hometown Santa Monica|
|Author||:||Jenn Garbee, Nancy Gottesman, Stephanie "Tippy" Helper, Margery L. Schwartz|
|Publisher||:||Prospect Park Publishing - 2007-10-01|