Frommer's Seattle 2011

Frommer's Seattle 2011

by Karl Samson

Paperback

$17.99

Overview

The Seattle skyline and Mt. Rainier at dawn are not to be missed. See Chapter 1.

  • 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 authors

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780470876312
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 01/04/2011
Series: Frommer's Complete Series , #868
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 5.10(w) x 7.90(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

List of Maps.

1 THE BEST OF SEATTLE.

The Most Unforgettable Seattle Experiences.

The Best Splurge Hotels.

The Best Moderately Priced Hotels.

The Most Unforgettable Dining Experiences.

The Best Things to Do for Free (or Almost).

The Best Outdoor Activities.

The Best Offbeat Experiences.

The Best Things to Do on a Rainy Day.

The Best Activities for Families.

2 SEATTLE IN DEPTH.

Seattle Today.

Looking Back at Seattle.

Seattle in Popular Culture: Books, Film, TV & Music.

Eating & Drinking in Seattle.

3 PLANNING YOUR TRIP TO SEATTLE.

When to Go.

SEATTLE CALENDAR OF EVENTS.

Entry Requirements.

Getting There & Getting Around.

Money & Costs.

Health & Safety.

Specialized Travel Resources.

Responsible Tourism.

GENERAL RESOURCES FOR GREEN TRAVEL.

Special-Interest Trips.

Staying Connected.

4 SUGGESTED SEATTLE ITINERARIES.

NEIGHBORHOODS IN BRIEF.

The Best of Seattle in 1 Day.

The Best of Seattle in 2 Days.

The Best of Seattle in 3 Days.

5 WHERE TO STAY.

Best Hotel Bets.

The Waterfront.

Downtown & First Hill.

Belltown.

Pike Place Market.

Pioneer Square & the International District.

Queen Anne & Seattle Center.

Lake Union.

Capitol Hill & East Seattle.

FAMILY-FRIENDLY HOTELS.

North Seattle (The University District).

Near Sea-Tac Airport.

The Eastside.

Bainbridge Island.

6 WHERE TO DINE.

Best Dining Bets.

Restaurants by Cuisine.

The Waterfront.

Downtown & First Hill.

FAMILY-FRIENDLY RESTAURANTS.

Belltown.

Pike Place Market.

MEATLESS IN SEATTLE.

Pioneer Square & the International District.

Queen Anne & Seattle Center.

Lake Union & South Lake Union.

Capitol Hill & Madison Valley.

The University District.

Wallingford, Fremont & Phinney Ridge.

Ballard.

West Seattle.

The Eastside.

Coffee, Tea, Bakeries & Pastry Shops.

Quick Bites.

7 EXPLORING SEATTLE.

The Waterfront.

Pike Place Market to Pioneer Square.

ON THE TRAIL OF DALE CHIHULY.

Seattle Center & Lake Union.

POLE TO POLE.

SPACE NEEDLE ALTERNATIVES.

The International District.

First Hill (Pill Hill) & Capitol Hill.

North Seattle (Including Ballard, Fremont, Montlake & the U District).

GOOD TIMES IN BAD TASTE.

South Seattle.

North of Seattle.

Architectural Gems.

Parks & Public Gardens.

FISH GOTTA SWIM.

Especially for Kids.

Organized Tours.

ON THE WATER ON THE CHEAP.

Outdoor Pursuits.

Spectator Sports.

8 CITY STROLLS.

WALKING TOUR 1: PIKE PLACE MARKET.

WALKING TOUR 2: THE PIONEER SQUARE AREA.

WALKING TOUR 3: FUN, FUNKY FREMONT.

9 SEATTLE SHOPPING.

The Shopping Scene.

Shopping A to Z.

10 SEATTLE AFTER DARK.

The Performing Arts.

The Club & Music Scene.

TEATRO ZINZANNI: WHO NEEDS CIRQUE DU SOLEIL?

The Bar Scene.

The Gay & Lesbian Scene.

Movies.

Only in Seattle.

11 SIDE TRIPS FROM SEATTLE.

The San Juan Islands.

ALL ABOUT ORCAS.

DID YOU KNOW?

Port Townsend: A Restored Victorian Seaport.

Sequim: Lavender Fields Forever.

Olympic National Park & Environs.

TWILIGHT TIME IN FORKS.

Mount Rainier.

Ferry Excursions from Seattle.

Snoqualmie Falls & the Snoqualmie Valley.

The Woodinville Wine Country.

Snohomish: Antiques Capital of the Northwest.

Tacoma’s Museums & Gardens.

12 FAST FACTS.

Fast Facts: Seattle.

Airline Websites.

Index.

Accommodations Index.

Restaurant Index.

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Frommer's Seattle 2011 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
elyCA More than 1 year ago
Maps were too small to read. I could not increase the size on my tablet. Other tables or pictures were too big for the screen, i could not decrease those. The book was also missing pages.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago