Savor the magical harmony of contrasts—from mountains to the sea, cosmopolitan cities to the rolling hills of wine country.
On the surface, Seattle and Vancouver seem so similar as to be inseparable. Dig a little deeper, and their distinctive personalities spring forth. This book revels in the differences as well as the similarities of the two cities and the regions they occupy, and it serves as an exuberant and insightful guide to discovering and enjoying their unique offerings. As in each Great Destinations
series guidebook, you'll find important contact information for lodging, dining, shopping, and recreational activities, transportation details, a calendar of events, special "If Time Is Short" options, local history, a host of photos and maps, and essential information for residents. Find out why National Geographic Traveler
said the Explorer's Great Destinations series is "consistently rated the best guides to the regions covered. Readable, tasteful, appealingly designed. Strong on dining, lodging, culture, and history." 60 black-and-white photographs, 15 maps