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7 Days, WA/OR itinerary

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Will this work? We have our plane reservations but no hotel reservations yet so this can change.
Day 1 - fly into Seattle, drive and stay at Mt. Ranier, Paradise,
Day 2 - sightsee, sleep at Paradise,
Day 3 - drive past Mt. St. Helens, sleep Portland area,
Day 4 - Columbia River Gorge and Mt. Hood loop, sleep at same Portland place,
Day 5 - drive to Canon Beach, maybe Tillamook, then head north to WA.
Where to sleep nights 5, 6, 7 and how to get some of Olympic Nat. Park with a flight home out of Seattle on Day 8, 1pm.

Hotel suggestions welcome, we are Comfort Inn/Holiday Inn/Best Western people, but I would love any suggestions.
2 adults, late 50's, easy hikes
Feel free to add specifics to see, thank you!

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