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Washington is an extremely diverse state, offering visitors rainforests, beaches, and mountains, as well as quaint towns and metropolitan areas. These travel guidebooks provide information about the attractions and amenities in every region of Washington state.

1. Moon Handbook: Washington

History, sights, accommodations, food and drink, entertainment and events, sports and recreation, shopping, and transportation information for every region of the state of Washington. "Moon Handbook: Washington: Including Seattle, Mount Rainier, and Olympic National Park" is a great resource for both natives and visitors.

2. Frommer's Washington State

This guidebook contains general tourist and travel information for Washington, as well as a selection of lists focusing on the best that the state has to offer.

3. Discover Washington with Kids

Emphasizing attractions that have high "kid appeal", this travel guide is filled with trips and adventures that the whole family can enjoy together.

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USA Man seek female travel partner in 12/20-30

2007-09-22 10:09:34 by gbporter

Greetings,
I am a single (previously married 25 yrs) 45 year old man traveling to South Africa arriving late afteroon on 12/19. My hope is find a lady travel companion to join me and share costs to explore Kruger National Park and other sites in South Africa. I would offer in return to host you if you ever travel to the USA. I live near Seattle in Washington State and have extensive experience working as a professional outdoor guide throughout the Western United States. My regular job is working as a teacher. Please email me at gbporter@hotmail.com if interested. Thanks!

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The floating launch pad for next week's July Fourth fireworks display in suburban Seattle is being moved from its usual site to avoid frightening a pair of baby bald eagles nesting in a tree on the shore of Lake Washington, sponsors of the event said ..

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