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The Rough Guide to The Pacific Northwest

by Tim Jepson

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I travelled to Canada and the United States in late 2001/early 2002. It was my second trip to North America and took place only months after 11 September so security was particularly tight and I got the third degree when crossing from Canada to the US near Lethbridge. Lucky I'm white; a middle-eastern chap was refused entry while I was eventually allowed in.

Although my travel was during the internet age, I still relied on "The Rough Guide to the Pacific Northwest" for my travels, and it became a trusted companion, although at times it foreshadowed the hardcopy guidebook's downfall, sending me to various places that no longer existed.

I haven't bought a guidebook for my last few trips and I can't help but think I will miss looking back at my bookshelf in the future and kicking myself for not buying them. ( )
  MiaCulpa | Mar 21, 2016 |
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This handbook includes coverage of Oregon, Seattle, Portland, Vancouver and Calgary. It includes reviews of places to sleep, eat and drink, suitable for all budgets. Tips on skiing, whale watching, camping and hiking are also included.

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