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Cross Country Travelling - Advice?

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Long story short, I've got a time period of about two to three weeks free from late November to mid-December. So I decided to get out and do some travelling, since I've only really been out of California once or twice in my whole life. I'm starting with the southern route from Sacramento with the destination in Washington D.C. , then heading back via the northern route. There are a few cities and places that I'd really like to hit up, such as Las Vegas, Zion National Park, New Orleans, and Yellowstone. However, I'd like to know what other people's favorite places are across the states. Pretty much any place is fair game, I'm up for travel as long as it takes. As far as things I like, I absolutely love food and hiking, preferably in places that aren't too crowded and are fairly fun to do photography in. Spelunking, rock climbing, and caves are a fantastic bonus.

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