A complete guide for everything you need to experience a great Long Weekend in SEATTLE, where things have changed dramatically over the years—all for the better. The town has become completely revitalized and is at the epicenter all the exciting developments in the Pacific Northwest.
“I only knew that Seattle had a lot of drizzle, and that it was the ‘Suicide Capital of the U.S.’ because of all the rain. But WOW! What a difference a long weekend makes. My wife and I can hardly wait to return.”
--- Marvin G., Memphis
“Can’t believe the burgeoning restaurant scene! This book isolated several restaurants we ended up choosing and we loved them all.”
--- Caroline A., Chattanooga
You'll save a lot of time using this concise guide.
=Lodgings, variously priced
=Fine & budget restaurants, more than enough listings to give you a sense of the variety to be found.
=Principal attractions -- don't waste your precious time on the lesser ones. We've done all the work for you.
=A handful of interesting SHOPPING ideas.
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About the Author
Writes both adult and children’s fiction and adventure stories, including the Jack Houston St. Clair political thriller series and the Sherlock Holmes IV mystery series, as well as a series of travel guides. He has been involved in filmmaking for over 10 years and has directed 7 independent films and shorts, written 5, and produced 5. He is currently involved in adapting his book, "The Trap Door," about a boy who travels back to Shakespeare's time, for a television series to be produced in the U.K. In the past, owned a famous nightclub on South Beach (The Warsaw Ballroom), published the longest-running paper on South Beach, "The Wire," and produced (for several years) a weekly TV show, "The Live Wire." Long a wine lover, he also produces a fine sparkling wine (from Napa) made by the "methode champenoise," as they do in France, and is working to bring his own Champagne from France into the U.S. market. Lives on Miami's South Beach and in London.