Discover the quirky side of the Emerald City, it's culinary delights, points of interests and other attractions through the articles and stories.
Seattle, Beyond The Grind. Past the coffee chains and the Space Needle, there's a quirky city that's part working port, part international gateway & part pioneer throwback. By Frank Kuznik, The Washington Post, Sunday, January 17, 1999; Page E01.
Sleepless? Head for Seattle. With just a weekend to spend in the city which is home to grunge, Frasier, and the only statue of Lenin in the USA, Huma Jehan finds that getting some shut-eye is at the bottom of her list of priorities. Guardian Unlimited. Tuesday July 10, 2001.
Trail Of The Unexpected. Journey to the centre of the universe - in Seattle. By David Orkin, Independent.co.uk, 14 December 2002.
Seafair Torchlight Parade by Anne Maxwell.
What to See and Do in Seattle, Washington. Travel and Leisure soaks up the city's literary ambience and culinary delights, late night characters and coffee shops. Written by Gary Shteyngart, March 2012.
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Moon Seattle (Moon Handbooks) by Allison Williams. Written by a Seattleite, this guide offers everything you need to know about the Emerald City. Discover unique landmarks, points of interest, quirky curiosities and hidden secrets through photos, maps and provocative descriptions to make the most of your trip to Seattle. Order now...
Frommer's Seattle Day by Day, 3rd Edition by Donald Olson. This compact guide gives a thorough introductions to popular tourist highlights and provides itineraries with expert advice for hotels, restaurants, nightlife, shopping and sightseeing. Four colored maps are also included. Order now...
Scenic Seattle: Touring and Photographing the Emerald City by Joseph Becker. Find descriptions, travel and historical information along with specific advice on capturing the best shots on over 100 destinations throughout Seattle featuring viewpoints, seascapes, landscapes and cityscapes. Order now...
Top 10 Seattle (Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide) by Eric Amrine and Frank Jenkind. This pocket-sized guidebook covers the best of Seattle including the best coffee houses, restaurants and cafes, shopping districts, parks and gardens along with recreational activities. Insiders tips are included so you can easily plan your trip. Order now...
Seattle Travel Guide: Sightseeing, Hotel, Restaurant & Shopping Highlights by Jerry Wallis. Discover the quirky neighborhoods, culture and climate of Seattle, the best times to visit, recommendations on where to stay, eat and shop, and what to see and do. Order now...
Not For Tourists Guide to Seattle by Not For Tourists. This map based guidebook contains over 100 neighborhood maps plus a foldout highway map. Find everything you need to know about Seattle such as entertainment and information on restaurants, coffee shops, bookstores, curiosity shops, shows and more. Order now...
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