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What do people have against Lonely Planet guidebooks?

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May 2nd, 2006, 05:56 AM
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Now I know I'm going to have to go down and take a look at one of the other Cadogans to see if I like the layout before I order the Morocco edition. I've seen a few companies that had good or at least ok content, but couldn't get used to the organization (ie - Green Guides). Sounds promising though. Thanks!

Did you all know there used to be a regular poster on the Asia board and occasionally on the Europe board, who was the author of the Cadogan China guides? That always surprised me, given where this board is located.
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May 2nd, 2006, 06:21 AM
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Another word for Cadogan. They are very funny and a good read in themselves. I always look at them before I go somewhere new. Their hotel and restaurant recommendations tend to be very different from LP and RG. Could be their target market is more upscale.
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