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    Default Three or four nights out of San Francisco

    After a spectacular trip last year, we now have the chance to stay in San Francisco for a couple of weeks at the end of April. We should have the use of a car for three or four nights and would like to take a trip.
    Our current thoughts are either Yosemite or Big Sur. However, we see that there is a four hour link between the two. Perhaps we could take in both.
    Taking into account that it will be the last week in April. Any thoughts?
    Last edited by Southwest Dave; 01-03-2010 at 09:59 AM. Reason: Added link to previous trip.

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    Join Date
    Jul 2007
    South of England.

    Default Nice loop.

    Hi Colonel, welcome back !

    Yosemite will be spectacular, even though a lot of the high ground will be off limits due to snow accumulation the Waterfalls will be flowing down into the valley. You could certainly do both and if you have Four nights, better still. You could do a loop and head to Carmel, around Big Sur to somewhere such as Cambria or Morro bay and then cut inland and across to Yosemite and back to SF.

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