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Early stages of planning
July 26, 2015
5:31 pm
Farny2801
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Hi Guys
I am in the very early stages of planning my dream holiday which will be in about 18 months time
My original plan was to do the route for around 2 weeks then spend a few days in LA (going to places like Disney \universal \hollywood tour and then up to six flags as we will have our 14 year old daughter with us ) then my plan was to head for San Francisco for the last 2 days or so before flying back to the UK (total of 3 weeks )
Am I trying to fit to much into the 3 weeks ?
I am willing to skip San Francisco as I don't want to rush the route and miss things.
I'm thinking of driving for 200 to 250 miles a day so if that's the case what's the best places to visit and to stop in? If i have a idea of which towns to visit I will research them for info
I am starting obviously in Chicago where I want to spend the first 2 days or so but after that my plan is a open book
Your input will be greatly appreciated

September 22, 2015
4:47 pm
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We are planning a trip too, and the best advice I can offer is this, get yourself some guide books to read, and plan what interests you. Everybody has different tastes and views of what they deem important. Personally I would not give up San Francisco for anything is Southern California. SF is such a culturally rich city with so much to do and see, I think you would regret it if you spent less than two days there. Disney and Knotts Berry are the wo most famous parks in the LA area. You did not mention if you are driving up the Pacific Coast (US1) to SF, but please do, especially going through the BIG SUR. You will see so much of California, and you will need to stop at Carmella, and Pebble Beech, stay overnight and drive to SF. Those are my recommendations, have done it and worth every moment.

June 17, 2024
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Farny2801 said
Hi Guys
I am in the very early stages of planning my dream holiday which will be in about 18 months time
My original plan was to do the route for around 2 weeks then spend a few days in LA (going to places like Disney \universal \hollywood tour and then up to six flags as we will have our 14 year old daughter with us ) then my plan was to head for San Francisco for the last 2 days or so before flying back to the UK (total of 3 weeks )
Am I trying to fit to much into the 3 weeks ? merge fruit is interesting.
I am willing to skip San Francisco as I don't want to rush the route and miss things.
I'm thinking of driving for 200 to 250 miles a day so if that's the case what's the best places to visit and to stop in? If i have a idea of which towns to visit I will research them for info
I am starting obviously in Chicago where I want to spend the first 2 days or so but after that my plan is a open book
Your input will be greatly appreciated  

Hello, if you decide to include San Francisco, spend a couple of days exploring the city's famous attractions like the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, and Fisherman's Wharf.

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