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Southwest Road Trip Sept. 28 2012

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My husband and I are planning a road trip starting from Sonoma Ca and ending up in Austin TX and then returning back to Sonoma. We are planning on leaving Sept. 28th and have 4 weeks to explore and visit. We would like to drive no more than 6-7 hours per day. Places we would like to visit are Zion and Bryce National Parks, Santa Fe New Mexico and possibly Albuquerque and then down through New Mexico and into Texas, ending in Austin. I don't have a clue what to see once we hit the Texas border and onto Austin. We plan on staying in Austin for 5 days (our son lives there) and then going home via San Antonio and then into Arizona....Tucson, Phoenix, up to Sedona, Palm Springs and then home to Sonoma. Any suggestions for a itinerary would be very helpful.


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