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2 weeks in vancouver with small baby

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Hi all

We have booked flights in and out of Vancouver from the 28th May to 13 June. We are travelling with a 4 month year old baby so being brave/stupid!

We were thinking of splitting the trip between Vancouver and Portland but have got ourselves going round in circles trying to come up with an itinery.

We love food, the outdoors and interesting quiet places. However with a baby we are going to be a little more constrained in how much we can do

We were thinking of Vancouver, the Gibsons, Portland and / or the Oregon coast but were getting worried about the length of the drives and amount of driving.

should we just spend the whole time in Canada? If so any thoughts on what do with our 16 days?!

THANKS :)


Cian

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