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By ngoel
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Seattle to vancouver is a family trip in July 2010. we will be going to Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria and Portland. We will appreciate to recommend how we plan our trip and if there is any suggestions what to see and do in those cities.

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Hood River
See + Do Hood River, Portland

Not so long ago, Hood River was just another rustic waterside town tucked along the edge of the Columbia Gorge. Then, in the 1980s, it became known as the... more

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Forest Park
See + Do Forest Park, Portland

At 5,000 acres, it's the country's largest urban wilderness. What that means for you is that a taste of the Pacific Northwest's gorgeous natural scenery is just... more

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Cannon Beach
See + Do Cannon Beach, Portland

Cannon Beach is the most appealing of Oregon's many coastal towns, in part because it is the closest to Portland. A mere hour and a half away (compared to... more

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See + Do Parks, Seattle

Gas Works Park was once a belching natural gas production plant. Remnants of the site's industrial past remain (a tangle of towers, pipes, and catwalks), but... more

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See + Do Northern Neighborhoods, Seattle

Fremont is probably the best known of the northern neighborhoods, and while its days as a haunt for starving artists and all members of the counterculture from... more

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See + Do Islands, Seattle

Puget Sound has a string of gorgeous islands, all easy day trips from the city, and all with their own distinct personalities. Washington State Ferries runs... more

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See + Do Experience Music Project, Seattle

This multicolored blobular building, a 140,000-square-foot rock-and-roll museum designed by Frank Gehry, is home to the world's largest collection of Jimi... more

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See + Do Beaches, Seattle

In the summer, Seattle's meandering shorelines are full of sunbathers. People come in droves to Alki Beach Park to swim in relatively warm, shallow salt water.... more

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See + Do Space Needle, Seattle

This iconic Seattle structure was built for the 1962 World's Fair. At the time, it was the tallest building west of the Mississippi. That's no longer the case,... more

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See + Do Wing Luke Asian Museum, Seattle

Seattle's diffuse and rapidly gentrifying International District has a powerful touchstone in this newly expanded museum. Exhibits include works by local Asian... more

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Bard on the Beach
See + Do Bard on the Beach, Vancouver

This annual June-September festival of Shakespeare en plein air—or in open tents, anyhow—has a backdrop no set designer could compete with: a... more

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Capilano Suspension Bridge
See + Do Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver

This 450-foot-long pedestrian suspension bridge, which gently (terrifyingly?) sways 230 feet above the tree-lined Capilano River Canyon, is the world's longest.... more

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Kitsilano
See + Do Kitsilano, Vancouver

The Vancouver equivalent of Haight-Ashbury, this '60s hippie community across False Creek from downtown Vancouver is now a laid-back family neighborhood of... more

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Stanley Park
See + Do Stanley Park, Vancouver

Described as a "1,000-acre therapeutic couch" of majestic evergreens, formal gardens, hiking trails, and kids' activities, Stanley Park is the third largest... more

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Yaletown
See + Do Yaletown, Vancouver

This downtown district, once a maze of railyards and dilapidated warehouses, has been getting trendier ever since it was cleaned up for the 1986 World's Fair.... more

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