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Yosemite, San Fran and San Diego via route 1

Bridgnorth
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Yosemite, San Fran and San Diego via route 1

Hi there, planning a trip and would like remommendations on the best route and which would be be best place to start an finish?

Also, any suggestions on places to stop and visit en-route would be very welcome.

Many thanks in advance for your help :-)

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1. Re: Yosemite, San Fran and San Diego via route 1

Welcome to TA forums. What you are asking can fill huge travel guides. We work best if you do some research by reading the top questions in the California forum ( right side of this web page ) as well as SF SD and YNP forums and then come back with a plan based on your likes and dislikes and also the month of your travel and then get feedback. SF, SD need 3-5 days and YNP needs 2-5 days. By the way there is a lot to see between SD and SF.

SD LA Cambria Monterey YNP SF is one option

Edited: 12 October 2013, 16:45
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2. Re: Yosemite, San Fran and San Diego via route 1

How many days/nights you have will determine IF you can do all you want to do. When will also fit into the equation. Winter? Spring? Summer? Fall?

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3. Re: Yosemite, San Fran and San Diego via route 1

Morro Bay is a great place to stop overnight to break up the trip! If you already have overnight stops planned, be sure to visit us along the way for a mini break. You can experience views of the famous Morro Rock, great local food & wine, adorable shops, and so much more!

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