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Vancouver/Pacific Northwest Trip - Mother/Daughter

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My daughter and I are thinking of traveling to the Pacific Northwest during the first week of October this year. We are not outdoorsy people and were hoping for suggestions on what to do and how long to stay in each city. We’re thinking our total time would be a week, is that sufficient? We would not be hiking, kayaking, or doing anything adventurous, but we love to explore, experience the culture, try new foods, and meet new people. We are thinking of Seattle, Vancouver, and Victoria, though really don’t think we’ll be able to get all done in a week’s time. What would others suggest who know the area? We've heard Victoria is even nicer to visit than Vancouver and we're not sure what we would do in Portland.

Any help/advice would be much appreciated!

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