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Honeymoon roadtrip SF-Seattle

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My fiancé and I are trying to plan our honeymoon. We're hoping to fly into San Francisco & drive to Seattle from there. I really love the idea of a beautiful, scenic drive along the coast. I'm from Arizona though so not quite sure what will be the best way. We're interested in having a very special honeymoon with lots of romantic B&B's and hidden gems. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated!

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