The Napa and Sonoma Book

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Countryman Press, 2005 - Travel - 306 pages
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Indeed, The Napa & Sonoma Book once again reveals the best the area has to offer in this fully revised edition. As informative to natives as it is to travelers, the book delves into the nooks and crannies of the area to present exquisite nuggets of history, well-known and undiscovered wineries, and a wealth of recreation, eateries, and accommodations. Opinionated but without the puff of pretension, it's exactly the guide travelers of all stripes would want to bring along to help discern the best ways to fill their vacation time with variety. As in each Great Destinations series guidebook, you'll find important contact information for lodging, dining, shopping, and recreational activities, transportation details, a calendar of events, special "If Time Is Short" options, local history, many photos and maps, and essential information for residents. Find out why "National Geographic Traveler said the Great Destinations series is "consistently rated the best guides to the regions covered. Readable, tasteful, appealingly designed. Strong on dining, lodging, culture, and history."

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About the author (2005)

Peg Melnik has lived in Sonoma County since 1989. Melnik is the wine columnist for the "Press Democrat", a daily newspaper. Married to Tim Fish, associate editor of "Wine Spectator" magazine, they live in Santa Rosa with their two children.

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