Item description for Insight City Guide Seattle (Insight City Guides (Book & Restaruant Guide)) by Martha Ellen Zenfell...
From the Space Needle to Starbucks, from Pike Place to the Olympic Peninsula this guide covers it all. The city of Seattle changed from a sleepy timber community to a high-profile dot com town in just a few years. With a glorious backdrop of mountains and water, and a well-paid, forward-looking community, Seattle has rarely been in better shape. This guide to the "Rainy City" combines Insight's famous trademarks of insightful writing and striking photography with a portable format and a strong emphasis on practical information. It also contains a free Restaurant Map Guide which reviews over 60 of the city's best restaurants. Travels tips provide all the information visitors will need and a detailed street atlas and index are featured at the back of the book for instant orientation.
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Seattle Book May 2, 2009
I love it. I can't wait to go to Seattle one of these days. The book will be very helpful.
wrong book recieved Jan 14, 2009
I got the wrong book from the seller. It was advertised as the newest edition, that was published in 2008...the book in got was published in 2005. this site has been no help.
Yet Another Great Book About Seattle Aug 14, 2008
INSIGHT CITY GUIDE SEATTLE is yet another great book about the city of Seattle and its environs. In addition to a hefty dose of discussion on the history, it also provides plenty of information on the recreation, dining, nightlife, shopping, and other activities in Seattle and its environs, as well as discussing the impact that Microsoft founders Bill Gates and Paul Allen had on the city's development in the 70s and 80s, and Boeing's impact on the area in earlier decades. The only thing this book lacks is a major discussion on media and independent record stores in the area, but that's not a problem, as BEST PLACES SEATTLE will take care of those topics for you.