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Small Town Active November Couple Getaway

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This is my first post (first time on Fodor's actually) so I hope I don't break any rules of which I'm unaware. Thank you ahead of time to anyone who takes the time to respond, we really appreciate it.

My wife and I would like to get away from St. Louis for a few days, up to a week this November. So far our two favorite places that we've visited are Calistoga, CA and Bar Harbor, ME. We enjoy staying close to "downtown" and walking/riding bikes to eat and just "live" in the area. We're not looking for big city locations, but don't want a sleepy B&B town with absolutely nothing to do. We enjoy good food, hiking, kayaking, wine, scenery, etc. Acceptable temps are 50 -70 degree days and as low as 30 at night. I like the idea of the Southwest or California.

I am an extremely diligent researcher and just need a few town/location ideas and can dig from there.

Again, any help is greatly appreciated. Happy travels!

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