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  1. Default Aussies- 2Adults & 2 girls 9yrs-11yrs

    Hi, we so loved our last road trip in california 2 years ago we are coming back! we are fine the first week in Anaheim but just wanted to know best routes and things to see from LA-bakersfield-San Fran-Yosemite-vegas-Grand Canyon (which end is the best, would like to see more Indian sites) out to New Mexico-San Deigo (Zoo) and back to LA! we have 5 weeks! last time we went was not organised but we still had a great time! Loved Zion and Red Rock! Any info would be great! thanks gotcha4

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    Default Expand Your Horizons

    Welcome aboard the RoadTrip America Forums!

    There are plenty of threads that address the general Los Angeles, San Francisco, Yosemite, Las Vegas area, so rather than rehash that, I'm going to concentrate on two other items on your wish list. If you want to see more Indian sites, then by all means continue east from the Grand Canyon into the Four Corners area and New Mexico. You should look at spending at least a week of the five you have available to do a loop that would include Walnut Canyon National Monument, Monument Valley (and be sure to hire a native guide!), Mesa Verde National Park, Taos Pueblo, Petroglyph National Monument, and Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument. Then for zoos, head for San Diego by way of Tucson where the Sonora Desert Museum will introduce you to the animals of the southwest, and perhaps a side trip to Tombstone and/or Kartchner Caverns might be in order. Then, besides the world-class San Diego Zoo, there are also the multitude of things to do in Balboa Park.

    AZBuck

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    thanks for the good advice. I'll look into that straight away! This site is awesome!! I have referred it to a few people thinking of going over and doing the same thing! thanks heaps!!!

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    Default We've had a lot of Aussies here lately!

    Now we know who to thank. Thanks, Matey!

    Or is that too cliche? You folks have some fun ways of saying things down under. Is there a fun term for saying thank you?

    Let us know if we can help you further.

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    Hi, nope it is just thanks! so thanks or sometimes some of us can say thanks a million! Just wondering where can we find some detailed road maps! so we can check out these routes people are suggesting! this site is truly amazing!!!!

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    Default Some Questions We Answer Before They're Asked

    For our map recommendations check here. Almost all of them can be purchased on-line

    AZBuck

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