We are planning a roadtrip in America this summer, and i'm here looking for some advice :p
We'll be in America for three weeks. We arrive in SF, and our plan is to have a two week long roadtrip (or 16 days), and spend the last week in SF.
We have been in SF before, but never been on roadtrip in America. We have many places we want to see and visit, but i don't know if we have enough time. I'v already shortened the driving route (a lot)!
We're willing to spend a couple of days just driving to get from A to B, (we will of course take breaks, stretch our legs, eat, sleep, along the way..) but we don't want to spend the hole vacation in the car..
First we're planning to drive to Las Vegas too see the city and spend one or two nights, before driving on to the Grand Canyon.
After Grand Canyon we want to drive through Utah (Some of our friends has been there and said it was beautiful?)
This is fair enough, but then we really would like too go to Seattle and spend a couple of days there! would it be possible to drive all the way up there, and then drive down the coast too SF within two weeks (16 days)? Or would this be too much driving? maybe it would be best to choose and only drive to Grand Canyon and then back to SF, or to Seattle and then back to SF?
Thanks in advance