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 Pacific Northwest edition of the successful Weekends for Two series (that includes books on Northern and Southern California, the Wine Country, the Southwest, and the Mid-Atlantic) gets a facelift in this beautifully photographed guidebook. From Oregon's coastal forests to the romantic gulf islands of British Columbia, every entry has either been completely updated or replaced with a new and exciting inn or small hotel. Detailed descriptions of the most romantic and charming rooms have been meticulously researched, while color photos show you exactly what the properties actually look like - so decision-making is easy and fool-proof. Top that off with basic info on the number of rooms available, meal options, and simple directions to get there fast, and all you need to do is start packing. Whether you like to watch migrating whales from your private spa tub for two or savor a late-morning breakfast in a canopied bed before a flickering fire, Weekends for Two in the Pacific Northwest has the perfect secluded haven you've been looking for.
  

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User Review  - Kristy - Goodreads

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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Text copyright 2003 hy Bill Gleeson lntroduction
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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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