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The fourth edition is extensively updated and revised for 2010 and continues its strong focus on both San Francisco and the entire region, especially Silicon Valley. Of the 189 pages devoted exclusively to discussion of neighborhoods and communities, 50% describe San Francisco neighborhoods and North Bay communities, while 50% focus on the East Bay, Peninsula, and South Ba The fourth edition is extensively updated and revised for 2010 and continues its strong focus on both San Francisco and the entire region, especially Silicon Valley. Of the 189 pages devoted exclusively to discussion of neighborhoods and communities, 50% describe San Francisco neighborhoods and North Bay communities, while 50% focus on the East Bay, Peninsula, and South Bay towns. From Santa Rosa to San Francisco to Vallejo, from Walnut Creek to Oakland to Newark, and from San Bruno to San Jose to Los Gatos, this Newcomer's Handbook, written by Scott van Velsor, provides its readers with the most up-to-date information on housing styles, costs, and trends; redevelopment; and all the other niceties of Bay Area life, including education and childcare, transportation, cultural life, and much more.


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The fourth edition is extensively updated and revised for 2010 and continues its strong focus on both San Francisco and the entire region, especially Silicon Valley. Of the 189 pages devoted exclusively to discussion of neighborhoods and communities, 50% describe San Francisco neighborhoods and North Bay communities, while 50% focus on the East Bay, Peninsula, and South Ba The fourth edition is extensively updated and revised for 2010 and continues its strong focus on both San Francisco and the entire region, especially Silicon Valley. Of the 189 pages devoted exclusively to discussion of neighborhoods and communities, 50% describe San Francisco neighborhoods and North Bay communities, while 50% focus on the East Bay, Peninsula, and South Bay towns. From Santa Rosa to San Francisco to Vallejo, from Walnut Creek to Oakland to Newark, and from San Bruno to San Jose to Los Gatos, this Newcomer's Handbook, written by Scott van Velsor, provides its readers with the most up-to-date information on housing styles, costs, and trends; redevelopment; and all the other niceties of Bay Area life, including education and childcare, transportation, cultural life, and much more.

12 review for Newcomer's Handbook for Moving to and Living in the San Francisco Bay Area: Including San Jose, Oakland, Berkeley, and Palo Alto (Newcomer's Handbooks)

  1. 5 out of 5

    bibliotekker Holman

    I got this in Kindle and skipped around a bit. This is one of a series of guides that lay out some of the basics for moving to a number of large metropolitan areas. I expected a little more divergence from a standard travel guide and more insight into "how to". Unfortunately, a standard travel guide like Lonely Planet would be superior in some ways with its detail, illustrations and maps. I got this in Kindle and skipped around a bit. This is one of a series of guides that lay out some of the basics for moving to a number of large metropolitan areas. I expected a little more divergence from a standard travel guide and more insight into "how to". Unfortunately, a standard travel guide like Lonely Planet would be superior in some ways with its detail, illustrations and maps.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy Fuller

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    Henri Fontana

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  10. 4 out of 5

    Adam D. Adair

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sara McVey

  12. 5 out of 5

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