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    Need advice on No. CA travel plans

    Family (wife and 5 month old and I) plan on traveling up to nothern CA in september spending a few days in each location starting in LA (family in Lancaster) up to Santa Barbara then Carmel/Pebble Beach then Sonoma Valley then Redwood forest area.

    Is you place anywhere's near this route? Any suggestions on nice places to stay?
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    Sorry no hints. Try csaa.com


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    Here are my advice

    When going up to Santa Barbara, stay the hell away from Isla Vista...too many college students from UCSB crowding that town, roaming the streets in a alcohol-induced haze. Otherwise, SB is a beautiful town no matter where you go. The 101 is pretty much the fastest way to get from LA to SB, and it's a pretty drive, too.

    Carmel by the Sea is also beautiful as well. There are a lot of Bed and Breakfast places up there. IMO, it's the only way to enjoy Carmel. The innkeepers should know Carmel pretty well. If you have time, take a drive on HWY. 1 (PCH).

    I don't kow much about Sonoma, but if you're going to Sonoma for wine tasting, you'll have a good time. A lot of my friends have been there before and they all had fun. I've been in Napa twice. If you're in Napa, you'll have to stop by the Coppola Winery.
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    Re: Need advice on No. CA travel plans

    Wine Country Inn / St, Helena is very nice!

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