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Vancouver versus Victoria BC

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We are planning a week celebration for our 60th birthday, (now 2 years past), with our 3 grown children and their spouses. (There will be 8 of us all together). We love cooking and spending time together but also love exploring and seeing new things, doing out door things as well as city things but coming home at night to roost and relax. We are trying to decide between Vancouver and Victoria house rentals and can't decide which one would fit the bill of a combination of activities and just being together. I had decided on a rental outside of Victoria but my daughter is rooting for Vancouver, I think she is worried that Victoria might not offer enough activities. (Shopping is not a priority)

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