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Frommer's Seattle (Frommer's Color Complete) Paperback – February 1, 2012
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From the Back Cover
Hundreds of color photos
Free pocket map inside,plus easy-to-read maps throughout
Exact prices, directions, opening hours,and other practical information
Candid reviews of hotels and restaurants,plus sights, shopping, and nightlife
Itineraries, walking tours, and trip-planning ideas
Insider tips from local expert author
About the Author
Karl Samson lives in Oregon, where he spends his time juggling his obsessions with traveling, gardening, outdoor sports, and wine. Each winter, to dry out his webbed feet, he flees the soggy Northwest to update the Frommer’s Arizona guide. Karl is also the author of Frommer’s Portland, Frommer’s Oregon, and Frommer’s Washington State.
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The following year, I planned a trip to San Francisco. A friend recommended TripAdvisor. I checked out that venue and was able to group sites on the city map. I copied each hyperlink and posted it in a document, and identified the address. I grouped sites within a few blocks and identified them, say, as Union Square. This way, I could visit several sites within walking distance. Each day, I took my list to the central site of those I intended to visit. I spent little time on public transportation, and was able to walk a few blocks between most attractions. For those who have Smart Phones, this info is readily available. Unlike Frommers, TA is free. I can easily predict that printed guides may be a thing of the past within a few years. By the time researchers compile information, print the latest volume, that info may be a year old--far too long for fast-changing venues in this electronic age.