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Help planning a 3 weeks in Dec Seattle, SF, LA, Anaheim and LV

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I'm planning a trip with two of my girlfriends to the West Coast in December this year. We're all in our 20s and for them it's their first time in the States. We're flying into Seattle on the 3 Dec and flying out of Vegas on 24 Dec.

We definitely want to visit Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Disneyland, Las Vegas and Grand Canyon.

We were planning to do a road trip but being from Australia where we drive on the opposite side of the road we're not so confident about the driving as well as the fact that it is winter and we're worried about the road conditions.

So most likely we are going to fly from city to city.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated in terms of how long we should stay in a place or whether driving is still the better option.

Thanks in advance for any information or suggestions you could provide.

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