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New 2012 Guide to Pacific Coast Highway Hotels
Published by Expert Website Pacific-Coast-Highway-Travel.com A unique guide which recommends the best places to stay along America's scenic West Coast is now available in e-book, e-reader and paperback formats.
"We wanted to share some of the wonderful places we'd found along the route with our readers," Dailey said, "and the e-book made it easy for them to download the practical information to take with them when they weren't near a computer or wifi zone."
"I had no idea that a few months later Amazon would enable small publishers to print their own paperbacks,"
The authors drive parts of the highway every year in search of new hotels and attractions, and have become PCH experts. As well as answering questions sent in by their website visitors, last year they helped LA’s KABC show Eye on LA with a TV special about the Pacific Coast Highway.
Like the website itself, Pacific Coast Highway Hotels covers the whole of the coastal route along Highways 1 and 101, from San Diego, California to the Olympic Peninsula near Seattle, Washington. It includes a special section on the most popular PCH side-trip: to California's Wine Country.
The book is the only guide to the best hotels, inns, bed-and-breakfasts, and other accommodations along the Pacific Coast Highway. The new 2012 edition features over 150 of the best hotels along the PCH; 50 hotels in Napa, Sonoma and Paso Robles wine country; full contact details for all hotels; a good range of choices from budget to luxury; an alphabetical and a geographical index of places; location maps in the e-book and print versions.
Pacific Coast Highway Hotels 2012 is on sale not only on the Pacific Coast Highway Travel website, but also as a paperback on Amazon, on the Kindle, the Nook, in the Apple Store, and on other e-reader devices.
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Mike Gerrard and Donna Dailey have written or contributed to over 50 guidebooks between them, including travel guides for publishers including National Geographic, AAA, Fodor’s, Insight Guides, Dorling Kindersley, Moon, Michelin, Thomas Cook, Berlitz, and New Holland. They write and publish the Pacific Coast Travel Highway website: www.Pacific-
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Publisher of travel guides and other books including guides to the Pacific Coast Highway and other destinations.