Avalon Travel, 2007 - 586 páginas
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In this seventh edition of Moon Oregon, Elizabeth and Mark Morris return with the energy and excitment they brought to previous editions. Making sure you will have the best time possible in Oregon this guide covers all corners of the "Beaver State," all the way from big buildings of downtown Portland to Umpqua Hot Springs.

Self-proclaimed lovers of the Pacific Northwest Elizabeth and Mark have a history of guide writing, but what they relish most is helping you find new ways to enjoy Oregon for the first, second or fifteenth time. They even include updated strategies:

? Best of Oregon
? Wine Lover's Tour
? Oregon Outdoors
? Long Weekend in Oregon

Moon Oregon is sure to answer any of your questions while visiting the lush locales of Southeast Oregon's Lost Forest, The Cascades Sparks Lake or dining on orange almond chicken at Williamette Valley's Sassy Onion Grill. In a state filled with fishing, foilage, and Fat Tire Festivals you're sure to see it all with Moon Oregon.

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Bill McRae was born and raised in rural eastern Montana, though he spent the better years of his youth attending university in Great Britain, France, and Canada. He has previously written about Montana and Utah for Moon Publications and about the Pacific Northwest and Seattle for Lonely Planet. Other publications he has written for include "National Geographic" and "Microsoft Expedia," Bill is also coauthor of "Frommer's Canada," He makes his home in Portland, Oregon.

A native of California and resident by turns of Ottawa, Amsterdam, Vancouver, and now Rio de Janeiro, Shawn Blore is an award-winning magazine writer and the best-selling author of "Vancouver: Secrets of the City." In 2003, he took up the prestigious Canadian Journalism Fellowship at the University of Toronto's Massey College. He's also the author of "Frommer's Vancouver & Victoria" and "Frommer's Brazil.

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