Experienced and first-time travelers alike rely on Fodor's Gold Guides for rich, reliable coverage the world over. Updated each year and containing a full-color, foldout Rand McNally map, a Fodor's Gold Guide is an essential tool for any kind of traveler. Smart travel tips and important contact info make planning your trip a breeze, and detailed coverage of sights, accommodations, and restaurants give you the info you need to make your experience enriching and hassle-free. If you only have room for one guide, this is the one for you. The best guide to these two cities, updated every year Neighborhood walking tours to all the top sights -- Pike Place Market, the Space Needle, Seattle Aquarium, and more Stanley Park, Granville Island, and historic Vancouver Where to shop for Native American crafts, with insider tips Boating, fishing, golf, hiking, and skiing Where to stay and eat, no matter what your budget Sleek hotels, Victorian BaBs, rustic lodges, seaside inns Trendy and traditional seafood houses, best bets for Pacific Rim cuisine, coffee bars and brew pubs, cafAcs Fresh, thorough, practical -- off and on the beaten path Costs, hours, descriptions, and tips by the thousands All reviews based on visits by savvy writer-residents 29 pages of maps -- and dozens of great features Important contacts, smart travel tips Fodor's Choice What's Where Pleasures a Pastimes, don't miss activities Festivals Inland and island excursions Complete indexFor many calls in Washington State, even within the same area code you need to dial aquot;1aquot; then all 10 digits (the exceptions ... Four special prefixes, aquot;800, aquot; aquot;888, aquot; aquot; 877, aquot; and aquot;900, aquot; are not area codes but indicators of particular kinds of service.
|Title||:||Fodor's Seattle & Vancouver|
|Publisher||:||Fodor's - 1999|