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Need your advise, SF north or Portland south trip

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I am considering an 8-9 day trip to the west coast over labor day into the 1st week of Sept. I am thinking about either northern CA from SF north or OR from Portland south. I am sure either will be wonderful. We want to experience the beauty, uniqueness, and all there is to see and experience. I love when I travel to get into the towns and experience the local vibe. I realize its not a long time to do such a trip and we will be originating from the east coast.

Whether we start or end in SF or Portland we won't spend more than 1 day or so in the city since we will want to head to the coast or our inland destinations. Once we decide which trip we will do, i will dig right in and plan a fabulous trip. I would love for you to sell me on one or the other, OR or N. CA. Thank you so much in advance.

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