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    There could be thousands of answers for this. Needs more info. Where are you starting? Are you looking for an urban experience or looking for outdoor activities (hiking, camping etc)? How long do you have for the trip? Planning on staying in hotels, couch surfing, or something else? I've done just about every kind of road trip through the u.s. and I'm glad to help, I just need more basic info of your plans. over 6 years ago

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    San Francisco to San Diego via 101 and Highway 1. Stop by Santa Cruz, Monterey, Carmel, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, LA / Long Beach and others. If you have time, cross over to Mexico and visit Tijuana. A week or longer is ideal. over 6 years ago

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    San Fran to San Diego is a great one! I recommend allotting most of the time for the Monterey, Santa Cruz, bug sur area if you like the outdoors. Lots of great spot to stop off for camping and hiking. Stopping off anywhere in orange county is also good (Newport beach is is fun). And San Diego is a perfect way to end the trip! My favorite u.s. city! Check out Ocean Beach during the day, and you ant can't really go wrong withy the nightlife (ocean beach, pacific beach, north park, downtown, mission beach... They are all fun!). The east coast is also fun. Start in Boston, then new York, Philadelphia, D.C., and then possibly the beaches of north Carolina (Norfolk is probably the most travel friendly). The east coast is nice because none of the drives are very long (usually only a couple hrs between each city). And if you really feel like making a long drive, try the Midwest from st. Louis to Kansas city, to Denver, to salt lake city or Vegas. The drive from kansas to Denver is awful, but once you get into the mountains, the drive is amazing! This one should be done during the summer though because you don't want to be driving through the mountains in the winter. over 6 years ago

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