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Relaxation on Washington State's Olympic Peninsula.

Day 5: Dungeness Spit and National Wildlife Refuge (15 minutes from Sea Cliff Gardens)
Day 5: Sequim and Port Townsend
Day 4: Victoria, B.C. (ferry dock is 20 minutes from Sea Cliff Gardens)

Day 5: Dungeness Spit and National Wildlife Refuge (15 minutes from Sea Cliff Gardens)

Reasons to go:  To see the world’s longest natural sand spit, where ambitious walkers hike through five miles of sand to reach the lighthouse and visitor ...

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Day 5: Sequim and Port Townsend

Head east, toward Sequim, to the Dungeness Spit and Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge. Take in the area’s lavender farms and explore the Victorian seaport and arts community of Port ...

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Day 4: Victoria, B.C. (ferry dock is 20 minutes from Sea Cliff Gardens)

Reasons to go:  Butchart Gardens offers 55 acres of fabulous floral display (year-round), and ice skating in the ...

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Day 4: Victoria, B.C., on Vancouver Island
Day 3: Kayak on Freshwater Bay (1 hour from Cape Flattery trailhead)
Day 3: Hike to famous Shi Shi Beach (trailhead is 30 minutes from Cape Flattery)

Day 4: Victoria, B.C., on Vancouver Island

Stroll along the waterfront and through seaside parks in the charming Inner Harbour of Victoria. Unique gift shops, museums, elegant Victorian architecture, horse-drawn carriages, street musicians, ...

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Day 3: Kayak on Freshwater Bay (1 hour from Cape Flattery trailhead)

Reasons to go:  Rugged, cliff-lined coast offers stunning views For birders, Freshwater Bay is home to aucklets, common loons, cormorants, surf ...

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Day 3: Hike to famous Shi Shi Beach (trailhead is 30 minutes from Cape Flattery)

Shi Shi is the northernmost beach of the Olympic National Park, and the purest stretch of coastline in the Pacific Northwest. It is a two-mile, crescent-shaped strip of sand framed by the Point of ...

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