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Fodor's Seattle, 5th Edition: with Side Trips to the San Juan Islands, Mt. Rainier, and Olympic National Park (Paperback)
• Full-color guide • Make your trip to Seattle unforgettable with illustrated features maps and 195 color photos.
• Customize your trip with simple planning tools • Top experiences and attractions • Convenient overview of each neighborhood and its highlights • Easy-to-read color neighborhood maps
• Explore Seattle Center, Downtown, Capitol Hill, and beyond • Discerning Fodor’s Choice picks for hotels, restaurants, sights, and more • “Word of Mouth” tips from fellow Fodor’s travelers • Illustrated features on Coffee and Wine, Pike Place Market, and Water Activities • Best live-music clubs, museums, and farmers' markets
• Opinions from destination experts • Fodor’s Seattle-based writers reveal their favorite local haunts • Frequently updated to provide the latest information
"In terms of comprehensiveness of coverage, the very accessible format, and the enthusiastic tone, this series remains one of the best on the market." –Booklist
"Fodor's super-informative guidebooks are known for accuracy and attention to detail…" –The Sacramento Bee
"The Fodor's guides are notable for their ratings of sights, restaurants, shops, accommodations and attractions." –Chicago Tribune
"The great detail, infectious spirit, and attractive format are distinguishing traits of these guides, which are entries in one of the top series in the business." –Booklist
"Fodor's can help you plan the perfect adventure" –The Arizona Republic
"Always thoughtfully written and easily readable, Fodor's travel guides have become a must-have when traveling to unfamiliar destinations" –Mid South Magazine
"Widely recognized as the gold standard of mainstream travel" –Honolulu Advertiser