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  • PNW Road Trip: Driving to the Olympic Peninsula At the tip of the Olympic Peninsula sits Cape Flattery, the very corner of the country and the most northwestern point of the contiguous United States.You can’t drive across the Olympic Peninsula—a mountain range is in the way. Here your road trip route circles instead, caught between the shoreline and the slopes. Take your time on the peninsula’s large loop, and don’t forget to stop for the hot springs, the majestic old hotels, and—if you see him—Bigfoot.
  • Getting to Victoria by Ferry and Floatplane The Victoria Clipper is a passenger-only ferry that leaves from downtown Seattle and takes about three hours to reach the terminal in Victoria.There’s no way around it—getting to Victoria takes a while. The fastest route is by seaplane from either Seattle or Vancouver, and there are several ferries that make the journey as well from both cities.
  • Driving to Vancouver, BC Vancouver’s downtown is almost an island, bordered on three sides by False Creek, English Bay, and Vancouver Harbour, which encourages the buildings there to grow tall.Culturally rich with native history and international industry, and now with a growing culinary scene, Vancouver is poised to become the business, pleasure, and tourism jewel of Canada.
  • PNW Road Trip: Driving from Vancouver to Seattle A barn in a field of pink tulips in Skagit Valley Washington.The drive from Vancouver to Seattle is 141 miles and takes about 2.5 hours, though border delays can vary. This route takes you from the heart of downtown Vancouver to Seattle with a scenic detour to the towns of Bow and Edison. Each tiny town boasts bakeries, cheesemongers, and cafés.
  • Moon Ontario Professional travel writer Carolyn B. Heller shares the best ways to experience all that Ontario has to offer, from scuba diving shipwrecks in the Great Lakes to dining on contemporary fare at Toronto’s hottest restaurants. Heller leads readers to the highlights of this fascinating region with trip ideas such as Food and Wine Touring, Active ...

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