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Seattle AND Victoria?

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Hubby and I are hoping to fit in a summer vacation, and Seattle seems good for a number of reasons. Weather-wise, it'll be cooler than 100F Fresno, and there are direct flights (which isn't common here). But we have questions:

Do we need a car to see local sights or is there a good transit system?

If we want to go to Butchart Gardens, what are out options if we don't rent a car? Are we better off renting, at least for that? And how long would be required for a trip, overnight? Two nights: travel, sleep, Gardens, sleep, travel back (no direct flights to Fresno and I'm fairly sure the cost would be prohibitive)?

ANY help as a starting point for me would be helpful.

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