Latest La Jolla Visitor Guide is available now

The new La Jolla Visitor Guide is out this week in time for the Memorial Day weekend. In its 30th year of publication, the 80-page guide published by The Light is the definitive source on what to do and what to see in La Jolla.

It is available at concierge desks in hotels throughout La Jolla and in hotels from Coronado to Carlsbad as well as the La Jolla Visitor Information Center at 7966 Herschel Ave.

“We conducted in-depth interviews with concierges around town and as a result made many enhancements and upgrades to the book,” said Phyllis Pfeiffer, publisher of the La Jolla Visitor Guide and The Light. “Look for beautiful photography, features including Best Views, Walking Tours, what to do with kids and where to find the best beaches. Tha’s all in addition to the history of La Jolla, celebrities and characters, where to dine and an extensive annual calendar of events.”

Families planning weddings and bar Mitzvahs can order copies of the La Jolla Visitor Guide to give to out-of-town guests by calling Simone Blaise at (858) 459-4201. You can also see it by clicking on VISITORS on our homepage or by clicking here.

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Posted by Staff on May 24, 2011. Filed under La Jolla, News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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