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US (Road or Air) Trip Ideas for December

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My work closes from Christmas - New Years and I would like to utilize that opportunity to do a little travelling. I would like to travel after Christmas up until the 1st but I'm flexible on exact days. I'm a single female travelling from Cincinnati (so ease of airport access and safety need to be kept in mind) but I'm not afraid to road trip and prefer more solitude than big city (and unique airbnbs over chain hotels). I love nature, hiking, national parks, photography and some general R&R (hiking and site sighting during the day and glass of wine and a good book type of evenings). The destination doesn't have to be warm, but I don't want to have to worry about trying to drive through lots of snow. Any ideas or recommendations on either location or a road trip route would be much appreciated!

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