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looking for a vacation spot in the US for me and Husband.?
We just got back from our honemoon in Mexico so im looking for a vactaion spot for like July for us to go.. somewheres really neat with lots to do and see
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
While most of the US is sizzling in the summer, coastal California has a wonderful climate with little need for air conditioning. After the mist burns off, most days don't get above 75 degrees. California weather from San Diego to about 150 miles north of San Francisco is far more controlled by which side of the coastal range one is on rather than how far north or south. The temperature can diverge a few degrees from San Diego to Mendocino, which is about 600 miles, but can change 25 degrees from Berkeley to Orinda, which is a distance of less than 5 miles. Orinda is on the side of the Berkeley Hills that is not marine influenced. I suggest San Francisco. There is so much to do in the city and all sorts of short trips away from the city: Napa Wine Country, Lake Tahoe, Berkeley, Monterey, Sausalito, Mendocino. A day or two in Yosemite, maybe staying at the Ahwahnee. In the bad economy, tourism is down so rooms should be available in the city at a good rate. If the object is to take day trips instead of spending time in the City, a hotel in the East Bay might be more practical like the Doubletree at the Berkeley Marina or the Landmark Claremont Resort in the Berkeley Hills
Or maybe a trip down the coast on spectacular Highway 1, stopping at several spots: Carmel, San Simeon/Cambria(Hearst Castle)/, Santa Barbara. In the Navy town of Port Hueneme or maybe technically in Oxnard, there is a great resort hotel right on the beach:
Continuing another 40-50 miles down Highway 1 takes one through Malibu and then to Santa Monica. Sunset Boulevard winds in from this point past some of the wealthiest communities in the country, Pacific Palisades, Brentwood, Bel Air. UCLA borders Sunset in this area. Holmby Hills, Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Hollywood and then eventually downtown Los Angeles. There are also beach towns to explore from Los Angeles to San Diego but the coastline is not spectacular in the way it is from Carmel to Cambria through Big Sur.
- fredricksonLv 45 years ago
distinctive places on the west coast are vegan-friendly, however the main vegan places are in Oregon i think of. additionally, Berkeley and San Francisco in California (bay section). of course sidestep the South and Midwest. Santa Monica and L.A. are notably vegan-friendly besides, Santa Monica somewhat extra-so.