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My cousin will be flying to Seattle on August 17 to meet up with his girlfriend and is looking for a car trip (or trips) they can take from Seattle over the following five or six days (will be flying back out of Seattle). He knows nothing about the area, and my knowledge is limited, but I figured I could consult Fodors experts and get some guidance. I think they would like to head to BC, but I'm sure whether a car is the best way to do that, or if it affects your options. What are some good driving trips in that area?

My cousin is in his late 50s. They like history and scenery. Probably a mix of urban and rural would be best.

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