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Old 06-12-2012, 12:57 AM
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Default Driving from San Jose, CA to Seattle Washington

Hi Lissa,

My wife and I will be driving from San Jose, Ca to Seattle Washington for a wedding at the end of the month and we are planning to take highway 5 up and maybe along the coast on the way back. I want to see if you know of any must sight-seeing spot or town on the way that we can visit. We are planning to drive up there in two days and spend more time driving back along the coast.

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Tai
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