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Hey guys, I'm getting married in July and I'm planning on going to USA for our honeymoon. What I have planned so far is San Francisco for two nights, drive to Napa Valley for one night, then Drive to Lake Tahoe for another night, and back to S.F. for the final night. Then flying to New Orleans for 3 more nights.

Thoughts, Ideas, Comments? I'd also like to know if you think Napa Valley and Tahoe together is too much and if I should only choose one of the two for two nights.

Please give me as many recommendations as you possibly can, including hotels, restaurants and attractions in all places.

Thanks in advance!

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