Pacific Coast Highway
Before gridlocked freeways and jumbo jets, the West Coast was a region of friendly towns and secluded coves, with 1,800 miles of winding and scenic roadway. It still is!
Join Tom Snyder for another two-land adventurefrom California's strands and the tumbled shoreline of Oregon, through Washington's lush rain forests. Detailed directions make traveling either up or down the coast easy.
Explore more than 390 special plaes, like Port Townsend, where Snow Falling on Cedars and An Officer and a Gentleman were filmed.
Discover over 100 restaurants and romantic hideaways, from pizza parlors to a cozy inn with a wine list of 2,000 vintages.
Find near-secret beaches, where you can still park free right along the old highway and wade straight into the ocean.
|Publisher:||St. Martin's Press|
|Edition description:||First Edition|
|Product dimensions:||4.53(w) x 9.16(h) x 0.54(d)|
About the Author
Author Tom Snyder was an early advocate of a Route 66 revival and his 1990 Route 66 Traveler's Guide & Roadside Companion for St. Martin's Press was the first guidebook to the old road written in more than forty years, as well as the first to map the route since its decertification in 1985. He lives on the West Coast, dividing his time among British Columbia, Washington, and California.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
With no index and no maps, it's hard to find information in this book. Consequently, it's a waste of money.
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