Lonely Planet Washington, Oregon and the Pacific Northwest

Lonely Planet Washington, Oregon and the Pacific Northwest

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by Sandra Bao, Brendan Sainsbury, Becky Ohlsen
     
 

Catch a breath of sea air as you watch orcas leap and splash off shore at Lime Kiln Point Find yourself sleeping in a classroom after drinking in the Kennedy School’s Detention Bar Navigate the Cascades’ jagged ridges by eco-friendly llama Brush off your snowboots and snuggle up by a 92ft fireplace

In This Guide:

Local authors, 217 days

Overview

Catch a breath of sea air as you watch orcas leap and splash off shore at Lime Kiln Point Find yourself sleeping in a classroom after drinking in the Kennedy School’s Detention Bar Navigate the Cascades’ jagged ridges by eco-friendly llama Brush off your snowboots and snuggle up by a 92ft fireplace

In This Guide:

Local authors, 217 days of research, 76 detailed maps, five rock concerts You asked for it, we checked it out – everything you need to know about microbreweries, island-hopping and offbeat locales

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781740595346
Publisher:
Lonely Planet Publications
Publication date:
06/28/2008
Series:
Lonely Planet Travel Guides Series
Edition description:
Revised
Pages:
448
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 7.66(h) x 0.72(d)

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Lonely Planet Washington Oregon and the Pacific Northwest 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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Let me start by telling you what I have learned the hard way. You probably know that a great travel book is one that gives you enough detailed information about the area that it writes about that you can go there and be oriented. I am spending many pleasurable hours reading and rereading sections of a Lonely Planet book titled Washington, Oregon & the Pacific Northwest, eBook edition. I will be traveling there this summer and I need to know enough to know where to go and what to do while there. There are several interesting facts about this Nook eBook. First is although this eBook gives you the number of pages, (696) it does not give any author's name! That can be because it is titled a Lonely Planet book, and therefore, perhaps much like semi defunct printed encyclopedias, it has editors. Even so, there should be a recognition for those composers of this information. Secondly, there is no frontispage, (that page which tells you the date of the publication and the Library of Congress classification. All books have an ISBN given out by the Library of Congress, and as this was first published in 2008 as a printed edition, that information should be there, and it is lacking.) And finally this title is designed for a color Nook, and if you are using a black and white Nook you lack the ability to jump from page to map and back as the eBook prompts. The authors/editors/composers did a grand composition of information in this eBook, but please note that this eBook is the 2008 edition and that a 2011 print version was published in May.
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