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10 Anniversary Trip to California

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I'm planning a surprise trip from Upstate NY (where we live) to California in early November. We'll be traveling alone and are experienced travelers. We are in our early 50's & are open to almost any ideas! I'm thinking along the lines of flying into SFO and spending a few days in SF & then heading south along Hwy 1 and take Carmel, Montery, Big Sur, etc. & then end up in LA for the last few days. I could use some suggestions and/or comments...especially along Hwy 1, since I've never traveled that section of CA before. I'm thinking a little big city charm & then the rustic natural beauty between SF & LA. Any stops, Bed & Breakfast, quaint little Inns and/or restaurants would be greatly appreciated! Thanks for sharing!!!

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