The Rough Guide to the Pacific Nortwest is the definitve guide to one of the world''s most breathtaking corners. A full-colour introduction includes the author''s hand-picked round-up of ''Things not to Miss'', including sights, activities, events and natural wonders. There is detailed coverage of the area''s near-limitless outdoor pursuits, from kayaking in the Puget Sound to hiking the Pacific Coast Trail. There are vivid accounts of Vancouver, Seattle and Portland, along with the region''s stunning national parks, rugged volcanic peaks and pristine seascapes. For every area, insightful reviews of the best places to stay, eat and drink help the reader get a true tase of the area, whatever their budget.Vegans will find it even tougher going, with just a few dedicated cafes in places like Portland and Seattle, many of them ... ethnic fare includes Indian, with predictably variable results; Mediterranean, best for its Arabic and Lebanese eateries, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Rough Guide to the Pacific Northwest|
|Author||:||J. D. Dickey, Tim Jepson, Philip C. Lee|
|Publisher||:||Rough Guides Limited - 2004|