Ulysses Press's Hidden Guides are where vacations meet adventures. First, each book in the Hidden series reviews a destination's famed attractions. Then - and more importantly - it invites the reader to go further by exploring "hidden" spots that other guides overlook, including small inns and recommended restaurants. The guides feature places local residents enjoy, including beaches, parks, and non-touristy neighborhoods and contain the author's favorite picks, three-day getaway itineraries, driving and walking tours, website and email addresses, maps that "zoom in" on each area, and plenty of photos and illustrations. Hidden Seattle provides in-depth coverage of neighborhoods, including the Queen Anne area, Capitol Hill, and the downtown waterfront, reviews over 20 Asian, 10 Italian, 15 seafood, and 15 Northwest cuisine restaurants. Author Eric Lucas also leads visitors to over 20 café s in search of Seattle's best espresso drinks, most relaxing place to read the Sunday paper, and coolest spot for after-movie coffee and dessert.
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"The "Hidden guidebook series hot-peppers its pages with little arrows that point to a multitude of off-the-tourist-track sites."
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Book Description Ulysses Press, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111569753954