Where to see and stay starting in San Fran, finishing in Las Vegas, via LA?
I am planning my honeymoon for June 2013 and are looking to fly into San Fran, drive down to LA and finishes off and fly out of Las Vegas I’m after advise with what’s recommended to do and stay in these 3 places and where to see and stay on the drives down in between, I’m planning on 14 days round trip flying to and from London, UK San Fran - this is where we want to start out. Other than Alcatraz, the bridge and trams, we are not too sure what else to see or do here. Also, is there a particular area that is ideal to stay? I was thinking around 2-3 full days here, setting off early on the 3rd / 4th day to start the drive down to LA On the way to LA, I’ve seen Yosemite National Park is a must and the Big Sur, but not really sure what way or what sites are best to break the journey up - maybe look to take a couple of days to drive to down to LA, so what would be recommended to see / stay over? When we get to LA, we want to see all the normal sites - Venice beach, Hollywood etc. Would like to do a couple of parks, Disney etc and are both quite into films, so the Hollywood walk of fame etc would be good to take in After LA to las vegas, would it be worth stopping off anywhere in-between or just drive straight to Las Vegas? Want to do a a few days in vegas too, see all the hotels, a show or two, grand canyon & the d**n etc. We are fairly active people, but I don’t want to be doing anything too strenuous on my honeymoon! We would want to look at taking in maybe a basketball game somewhere too amongst all the normal must see sights, so anything anyone could recommend would be brilliant Budget wise is fairly OK - we wouldnt be looking to do it all on the cheap, but equally do not have a fourtine to spend, so somewhere in between would be good! Thanks in advance!
Asked By: - 5/17/2012
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The Southwest is a vast region (California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico). It is home to some 55 million people. There are entire guidebooks devoted to each state. And they barely scratch the surface of what's out there. I am certainly not going to even try to do it justice in a couple paragraphs. What I... More
Answered By: SFdude - 5/17/2012
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when in san francisco ..walk the golden gate bridge ..ride a tram ..go in punishment cell on the rock ..go over oakland bridge ..in LA go on the queen mary ..and disney ...san diego is great ..don't miss london bridge at lake havasa city ..no1 trip is through death valley ..at vegas see the hoover dam ..then there's... More
Answered By: boy boy - 5/17/2012
In SF: Alcatraz is a great place to see, the cable cars are nice too. Try and make it to Pier 39, it has a lot of cool shops and some world famous seafood restaurants (don't take a whale watch trip though, you'll get very seasick). If you're going in June basketball probably won't be happening in the Bay Area, but the... More
Answered By: Michael - 5/18/2012
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