Weekends for Two in the Pacific Northwest: 50 Romantic Getaways

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Chronicle Books, Jan 1, 2003 - Travel - 120 pages
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The best-selling title in this popular series, Weekends for Two in the Pacific Northwest offers a fully illustrated guide to 50 dazzling destinations, from Oregons breathtaking coastal forests to the romantic gulf islands of British Columbia. This completely revised and updated third edition contains a host of new destinations for the most unforgettable getaways to be found in this spectacular region. If migrating whales can be seen from a private deck or late-morning breakfast is served on a canopied bed before a flickering fire, Bill Gleeson is there. For honeymoons, anniversaries, or a secret rendezvous, nothing beats Weekends for Two.
  

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Weekends for two in the Pacific Northwest: 50 romantic getaways

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For those couples looking for a guidebook of truly romantic travel accommodations, this one provides a wide variety of choices. While most of the listings are for luxurious and expensive rooms (in the ... Read full review

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I borrowed this book from the library as a guide for me and my husband to plan an anniversary weekend away from Eugene. This book had a few places to consider that I had no idea existed so close to home! We actually booked a trip at the coast because of a review in this book. Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Bill Gleeson is the author of the Weekends for Two series from Chronicle Books, as well as Backroad Wineries of Northern California (0-8118-0306-6). He lives in Northern California.

Alex Hayden is a commercial photographer specializing in interiors and still lifes. After beginning his career in New York City, Hayden moved to Seattle, where he and his family currently reside.

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