Once you’ve ventured as far as Seattle, it’s easy to get to British Columbia for a peek at West Coast Canadian life. That’s what we’ll do in this itinerary. We’ll start in Seattle and cut a not-so-usual path to Victoria by way of the gentle bays and inlets of southern Puget Sound, the Victorian seaport town of Port Townsend, and the majestic Olympic Peninsula. There are many ways to get to Victoria and no one way is better than another. For our purposes here, we’ve chosen a route that mixes things up a bit.
NOTE: This itinerary is excerpted from the E-Book title, the Pacific Northwest: Exceptional Places to Stay & Itineraries. You might want to consider the complete E-Book if you are considering any additional itineraries as there are seven for the Pacific Northwest and they are all duplicated in the more complete E-Book.
This E-Itinerary includes only recommendations (also excerpted from the E-Book title) for places to stay that are in close proximity to this featured itinerary route.
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Revised 2017 Edition