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Miami & the Keys / written and researched by Adam Karlin
Bib ID 6806533
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Karlin, Adam, author
 
Edition 7th edition. 
Description Footscray, Victoria : Lonely Planet Publications, 2015 
©2015 
247 pages : coloured illustrations, maps (some coloured) ; 20 cm + 1 pull-out map. 
ISBN 9781742207308 (paperback)
1742207308 (paperback)
Series

Lonely Planet guidebooks.

Full contents
  • Plan your trip
  • On the road
  • Understand
  • Survival guide.
 
Notes

Previous edition: 2012.

Includes index.

Subjects Miami (Fla.) -- Description and travel.  |  Miami (Fla.) -- Guidebooks.  |  Florida Keys (Fla.) -- Description and travel.  |  Florida Keys (Fla.) -- Guidebooks.
Other authors/contributors Lonely Planet Publications (Firm)
Also Titled

Miami and the Keys

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