Me and my girlfriend are looking at planning a road trip in Oct/November of this year for 14 days. We are from the UK. We want to do quite a lot of things/places and was wondering whether this would be do-able in the time we have?
We were looking at
Heathrow to Las Vegas
Las Vegas (1 Night)
Grand Canyon (1 Night)
Las Vegas Again (1 Night) - Or possibly just get a helicopter tour of GC from LV instead of night in GC.
Los Angeles - 1 Night + 1 day (to do sights)
San Francisco - 2 nights
Seattle - 1 Night
Vancouver - 1-2 Nights
Vancouver to Heathrow
Thats roughly where we want to go. We may drop off Vancouver if it is too much to do.
Any suggestions where we can populate the other days/nights on route to stay for the night so driving is not too much/far to go in a day?
Should we be staying in any of the places longer to get more of the sights in?
From what I have read the weather should be ok/warmish down in California around that time of year, will it be colder up north?
Some of the things we would like to do along the way are: try to surf for a day, tasting wine for a day/night (Napa Valley?) and generally see other sights along the way.
How does that sound? Do-able? Or unrealistic?