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by Stephen Brewer,Constance Brissenden

DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Pacific Northwest download ebook
ISBN:
0756661900
ISBN13:
978-0756661908
Author:
Stephen Brewer,Constance Brissenden
Publisher:
DK Eyewitness Travel (August 16, 2010)
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352 pages
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1810 kb
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4.6

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Pacific Northwest (Eyewitness Travel Guides). Constance Brissenden. This book offers a nice overview of travel spots and has beautiful pictures. I think other travel books have better content (Lonely Planet) but Eyewitness Travel can't be beat in terms of pictures and maps. 2 people found this helpful.

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DK Eyewitness Travel Guide book. Stephen Brewer, Constance Brissenden. Presents some of the best attractions the Pacific Northwest region has to offer.

DK Eyewitness Travel Guide "Pacific Northwest" is your indispensable guide to this beautiful part of the world. Fully illustrated, it covers all the major cities, from Portland, Oregon, to Seattle, Washington, and Vancouver, British Columbia, and provides all the insider tips you need, whether you're kayaking on Lake Ozette in Olympic National Park or hitting the shops in downtown Seattle's Columbia Centre

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From soaring snow-covered mountains to arid deserts, deep river gorges to the beautiful island-dotted coastline, this guide showcases one of the world's most beautiful regions. In-depth coverage is given to the region's top cities: Portland, Seattle and Vancouver - known for their thriving arts scene, as well as the throngs of impressive natural wonders which are never too far way. Aided by excellent maps, floor plans and illustrations, visitors will be finding their way around the sights - from fish markets to world-class museums, just like the locals. This guidebook is all you will need to get the best that Oregon, Washington and British Columbia have to offer.
Reviews:
  • Cildorais
We were doing a 2 week trip down the west coast from Vancouver to San Francisco (with about 2 days in each major city), so opted to buy this book to cover the Vancouver-Seattle-Oregon portion of the trip, so we didn't have to buy a separate book for each city. After spending a couple of days in Vancouver, and reading up on Seattle, we determined that this book was useless and we went to a bookstore and bought new books for each of Seattle and Oregon. This book covers only a totally superficial summary of each region, and omits massive parts. For instance, in Seattle, the book only covered two sections of town -- the waterfront area and the Space Needle area. Both of these areas were tourist-centric with limited stuff to do, and took only a half day of our time. The book was also sparse on important details. For instance, in Vancouver, we wanted to visit Stanley Park -- something that no trip is complete without. The park is on the north end of the city, but quite close to downtown. Nonetheless, while the book said that it was a must-do, it didn't include the park on map. It simply included a bus icon, and bus route number. Based on that, we had no idea how far it was, whether it was a full day activity, etc etc, so we just didn't know what to expect. It turned out that the park was only about 20 minutes walk from the heart of the city. You need that kind of basic info in a guidebook. We ultimately determined that this book was probably suitable for people who were spending extremely limited time in these regions, ie if they were just doing a cruise and had a half day to kill. Anything more than that and you need a more comprehensive book.
  • Samut
I am not one to want to read paragraph after paragraph of details descriptions of every little nook and cranny of a street when planning my vacations. So this book is PERFECT for me. It has just enough details to convince me which areas are worth visiting and which are not my cup of tea. I love the format (bright, full color, lots of easy to read maps and pictures...). And of note there is a newly updated version of this book, which is what Amazon shipped to me even though the picture of the product doesn't reflect it. It's also much cheaper here than at m local store so that was a bonus too.
  • FireWater
This is a wonderful guide to the Pacific Northwest. If you're traveling beyond any one city (i.e. Portland, Seattle, Vancouver) this is the guide for you. Done in the traditional Eyewitness format with glossy pages, wonderful photos and diagrams, it provides a great overview of the cities mentioned and the region. The only drawback as a travel guide is its weight. Very heavy to be tagging along on a visit, yet due to its quality, I put up with the weight. If visiting only a few areas, photocopy the pages for your own use to lighten your load!
  • GODMAX
DK's Eyewitness Travel Guide: Pacific Northwest provides a great introduction and overview to traveling in the Pacific Northwest. The book hits on the most salient aspects of this region supported by those generous illustrations we've come to expect from this publisher. This DK book is logically and ergonomically designed, not so much to be read cover to cover, but for more "in and out" quick referrals. The different areas/cities it covers are colorfully indexed and there's even a convenient built in book mark. The physical book itself is designed to be used and abused with a tough binding and substantial cover. Overall, I recommend the book, especially if you are visual learner, however, the savvy traveler will most likely want to equip themselves with a Moon or Lonely Planet (perhaps both) guide book as well.
  • Delari
this guidebook was helpful in planning our trip to the northwest;
we also used the lonely planet guide. The eyewitness guide had nice
pictures and the lonely planet guide had more information. These days
you are often referred to a web site for more information.
Both guides were purchased at a significant savings through Amazon
rather than Barnes and Noble. Both guides together should provide
whatever you need to know for travel in the Northwest.
  • Brazil
I decided a number of years ago that Eyewitness Travel Guides by DK Publishing are the most consistently beautiful, reliable and efficient guides, and the Pacific Northwest edition proved invaluable on my trip to Portland. It offered detailed information about the region that impressed my friends who had lived in Portland for years. The maps are pleasant and intelligently organized, and the texts direct the reader to the most interesting places one might wish to see on a vacation. It was very easy to access information quickly on a bus or car, and fits extremely well in travel bags, with an undeniable pleasant texture and compact size when rifling for it amongst one's other books and documents. I Thoroughly enjoyed using this guide on my visit.