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Itinerary draft for Seattle/Whidbey/Victoria

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We'll be in Seattle at the end of April/early May for a work conference for me. Here's what seems to make sense:

- Arrive at SeaTac Saturday noon-ish - rent car and go to Whidbey Island for two nights. Plans are wandering, scenic drives, shopping, maybe some light hiking.

- Monday morning ferry from Anacortes to Sidney, overnight in Victoria. We want to see Butchart Gardens and then just wander, probably the Royal BC Museum. We initally planned two nights here, but I think one night might do.

- Tuesday midday ferry back to Anacortes; return rental car and in to Seattle to conference hotel.

- Tuesday night to Saturday midday in Seattle. We'll do Pike Market, Chihuly, etc. when I'm not at conference functions, along with maybe seeing a baseball game. During the times I'm tied up, dh can wander, do some food tours (I'm a picky eater, so those are wasted on me), scout out places and eat and things to do when we're together, and hopefully tour the two stadiums.

Thoughts, suggestions?

We were in Seattle and Victoria once before, but it was 25 years ago, so this is like a first-time trip.

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