Outdoor activities such as skiing, boating, kayaking, hiking and cycling are all discussed in this guide to Seattle. There are restaurant and night-life sections; comprehensive coverage of the best places to stay; and background cultural information including explanations of the music coffee.
Illuminating the crannies of this thriving metropolis with sound advice and bright folios of color photographs, Lonely Planet's Seattle is sure to reward visitors who seek the city's secretive side as well as those drawn to more standard sights.
Organizing "Things to See & Do," "Places to Stay," "Places to Eat," "Entertainment," and "Shopping" sections largely by neighborhood, this guide gives the reader a true feel for the city as well as a helpful orientation. Pithy sidebars scattered throughout cover a gamut of topics, from "Totem Poles of the Northwest Coast," to "Seattle on the Web," to "Body Art & Accessories." A nice inclusion is the "Excursions" section, which suggests outings and day trips to nearby places such as the San Juan Islands, Mount Rainier, and the Olympic Peninsula. With 20 pages of superb maps, Seattle introduces not only one of the Northwest's great cities, but the stunning region that surrounds it.--Byron Ricks
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Descrizione libro Lonely Planet, 1998. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 864425376
Descrizione libro Lonely Planet, 1998. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0864425376