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My husband says "let's go to the Grand Canyon" for our 20th anniversary. Well in doing all my research, I learn the location (and existence!) of Sequoia and now I just can't imagine being so close and not seeing the trees...
We fly into Vegas April 10th, arriving at 11:40am. We are to return home April 18th, leaving at 10:55pm. These are the only plans I have set so far. Got airfare from Maryland for $300 a piece.
I've tried to map loops to keep us going in one direction without backtracking and was hoping I could figure 8 these in...
I've even thought about flying into someplace in California and starting there...
My initial plans were touring completely just east of Vegas, but after discovering Sequoia...
Most years we vacation in the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee, so this area seems more like us than the things east of Vegas, but I also know I need to see these places during my life!
Can they be done in 9 days without my entire family (two kids, 11 & 12 and DH) hating me from all the time on the road?
Thank you so much for your time! I look forward to the replies!
We are staying at the The Westin Monache with 2 kids and 2 adults that are ski virgins the week of New Years. Where is the best place to take lessons, rent equipment, etc.? Is it better to try to ski during the weekdays, weekend, or does it make a difference?
I have four, maybe five hours in death valley. I will be entering through Beatty. I would like to drive to titus canyon, then down to stovepipe wells village and emigrant. I would then like to go to the scenic loop at twenty mule team canyon and maybe down to dante's view. turning around there, I would go to badwater road at furnace creek visitors center. I want to take badwater road to artist's point loop. from there, I'd make my way back to Beatty. Is this doable in four or five hours? Thanks!
Three mates and I have managed to break free from our wives in July 2014 to do the route 66 tour. At the completion of the tour we have decided to stay in Los Angeles for 4 days before flying home to Australia. Can anyone help with best location for accommodation (not too expensive) and places we should priorities to visit, regards Lance (By the way our age group is an active 65 to 70)
what to wear in december at a convention in san jose
Hi, I will be travelling to San Francisco in January with my wife and 2 young children. We will be travelling to Santa Rosa using Golden Gate Transit buses (either 72 or 101).
1) Does anyone know if these buses fill up quickly around mid-afternoon (say, around 2-3 p.m.)? If they do, we will go to an earlier stop on their route before Golden Gate Bridge Toll.
2) Are the bus stops easily recognizable, or are they the same as the MUNI vehicles?
Thanks in advance for your answers.
I am planning to visit Ross on 1DEC2013 -Sunday (Weekend) around 4.00pm. Which of the following would be best option in terms of designer clothes and accessories (Men+Women) availability as well as waiting in queue:
1. 1360 Westwood Blvd
2. Beverly connection mall in 8489 W 3rd St. Where Ross, Macy's and Marshalls located. But been told that there is no designer clothes and accessories here.
3. 719 S Broadway. This store recently opened and looks good. But bit concerned to move in downtown after 9.00 pm.
Many thanks for your help and response.
Hi all, my family of 6 will be taking two cabs to the Golden Gate Bridge from Lombard Street and from there, we will walk onto the bridge itself.
As we are travelling with young children, I would like to ensure that we meet at the best place possible.
Could you kindly advise on what is the best meeting point for our 2 cabs and what address do we tell the drivers?
May I also know where can I buy phone SIM Cards?
Thank you so much.
I'm a very tough girl and knows how stay away from bad people but do you think it will be a bad idea for me to take it by myself?
I will be in San Francisco for the first time in November. There is so much I want to see, but I only have two days. Can anyone tell me if I would have enough time to see St Mary's Cathedral, Lombard Street, Mission District and Haight and Asbury all in one day? Are any of them close to one another?
On the 2nd day we want to visit Fisherman's Wharf, Pier 39 and the Golden Gate Bridge. How far apart are these 3 from each other?
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
My husband and I are going to be in San Francisco from Dec. 4 - Dec. 8. We are planning to stay in the airport area, because we got a good deal on a hotel. I am just wondering how easy/difficult it will be to sightsee during the day. My thought is that we could take the free shuttle from the hotel to the airport and the catch public transit from the airport to the sights. Is this a good plan?
Hey there. Curious about the PV tidepools referred to on this page. Back in the day, 1997-1999, I used to swim at these tidepools that were pretty deep, maybe 8-10 feet. Beautiful and pristine AND WARM - like Hawaii - with amazing sealife to swim with. To get down there, I used to park my car at a park above the cliffs that intersected somewhere near Hawthorne Blvd and PV drive. Sadly, when I tried to return there about 5 years ago, the place where I used to begin my trail to get to these tidepools has now been blocked off by some wealthy housing development there. Does anyone know what tidepools I'm referring to? Last time I went swimming there in 1999, there were a couple of snorkellers, sunbathers, and swimmers already there basking in the sun. It really did look and feel like the Olivine Tide Pools of Maui. I'm afraid though that the wealthy landowners living at the housing development may have now blocked public access to these tidepools, which is very unfortunate as it was such a gem. If anyone knows what tidepools I'm referring to and knows of an alternative path to get there (that preferably doesn't break any trespassing laws either), let me know. Thanks!
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