Packed with color photos, this bestselling guide offers dozens of itineraries that show you how to see the best of "Stumptown" in a short time with bulleted maps that lead the way from sight to sight. Featuring a full range of thematic and neighborhood tours, plus dining, lodging, shopping, nightlife, and practical visitor information, "Frommer's Portland day by day" is the only guide that helps travelers organize their time to get the most out of a trip. Inside this book you'll find: - Full color throughout with scores of photos and dozens of maps - Sample one- to three-day itineraries that include Portland with Kids, Rainy Day Portland, Offbeat Portland, and more - A thorough discussion of side trips to the Willamette Valley (Portland wine country), Mount Hood, the Columbia River Gorge, the Hood River, and the Oregon Coast - Star ratings for all hotels, restaurants, and attractions--all to clue readers in on great finds and values - Exact pricing so there s never any guessing - A tear-resistant foldout map in a handy, reclosable plastic wallet, as well as bulleted maps throughout."
Large numbers of travelers head to the great cities and natural attractions of the Pacific Northwest for their holidays and vacations. Seattle is a dynamic metropolis of theaters, museums, shops and superb restaurants; Portland, the "City of Roses", is a fun-loving place of numerous beer festivals, alongside theaters of performing arts, parks and gardens. As for the Pacific Coast Highway, it supplies a breathtaking motoring experience, all well captured in this new EasyGuide.
Just look at what Frommer's has to offer this season: -- Stunning new covers -- Free full-color fold-out maps in our best-selling titles -- An attractive, easy-to-use two-color design -- More maps than ever before, all keyed to the text -- Four-color maps on the interior front and back covers -- Increased coverage of outdoor activities, nature areas, and discoveries off the beaten track -- An opinionated "best of the Destination" chapter to open each guide and point readers to the top experiences, drives, active vacations, hotels, restaurants, and shopping in each guide With selections in all price ranges, Frommer's is packed with completely up-to-date practical information, exact prices, and candid insider advice. It's the most authoritative, easy-to-use guide a traveler can buy. New England is rich in history and heritage, and Frommer's offers complete details on how to see the sights. With detailed reviews of the region's best inns and restaurants, and a free full-color fold-out map, Frommer's is the only guide a traveler needs.
A fantastic garden journey that only California can provide In The California Garden Tour, veteran travel writer Donald Olson highlights 50 outstanding public gardens and provides all the information you need to make the most of your visit. From San Francisco and the East Bay to Palm Springs and San Diego, Olson includes iconic gardens like the Getty Center, new favorites like Alcatraz, and uniquely Californian destinations like Lotusland and Sunnylands. The easy-to-use format includes visitor information, an evocative description, and full color photography for each garden.
Features travel information for all of Great Britain including the best of ancient Britain, modern Britain, the nightlife, museums, and architecture.
True Portland: The Unofficial Guide for Creative People is more than a travel guide, it’s a curated experience that captures the essence of what makes Portland different from other cities. In addition to the essential information about where to eat, sleep, shop, run, create, listen, and think, this book has distinctive features such as 48 Hours in Portland, offering ten itineraries and seven interviews with local luminaries about what makes Portland unique, including Gert Boyle, Chairwoman of Columbia Sportswear, and Gregory Gourdet, Executive Chef at Departure. This comprehensive guide presents both longtime residents and first-time visitors exceptional insights to Portland.
Provides information on where to stay and eat, what to do and see, combined with comments and advice on the Pacific Northwest and its attractions.
Profiles a number of one- to three-day tour itineraries organized under such themes as art and architecture, food, and families, in a portable reference that rates local hotels and restaurants while featuring additional coverage for Olympics venues. Original.