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No. You legally cannot do this right now As of today, San Diego is under a regional stay-at-home order, which means that travelers must quarantine after arrival before they go anywhere else in the state. This is laid out in an information page breaking out stay-at-home orders by region. San Diego is in the Southern California region, marked as being subject ...


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My question is, can I take a leisure travel to california by Air out of state? It's not illegal so you can. I'm not sure what type of "leisure" you are looking for though. Pretty much everything is closed and in lockdown, so the most likely scenario would be being confined in a hotel room for a 10 day quarantine with take out food and no human ...


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Rent an RV and drive it to the Carolina coast Since OP's goal is to get some sun, I am proposing a closer destination on the US East Cost. I am not proposing to drive to California. "Carolina" is a pair of states a bit north of Florida. It's a 13 hour drive. "Oh, that's so much longer than a flight" No it's not. I've crossed the ...


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Yes, you will need a day-use reservation to drive through the Park. The NPS's Yosemite page contains this FAQ: I am just driving through the park and not planning to recreate. Do I need a day-use reservation? How can you limit access to a state highway? Yes, you still need a day-use reservation. Tioga Road, which connects with Highway 120 at the park ...


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The only sensible way to tour California now during the covid19 shutdown is to do it virtually. Find videos that show the places you would visit and watch them instead of taking time money effort and risk to go their physically.


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One example of a garage that's not "direct access" is parking apartment style: a shared garage with assigned spaces, but you need to take communal elevators/stairs to reach your house, instead of having a direct entrance into your house. Mello-Roos is an additional property tax of sorts in California. "Resort-style" is a pretty vague term,...


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Unfortunately, as you've noticed by now, the Bay Area is a mess of different transit agencies that don't really care for each other and don't have a whole lot of regard for the practicality of the rider experience. While there are efforts to improve that situation, it presents some problems for your trip. The good news is that the BART station at SFO now ...


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Caltrain is terribly slow, so it will take you an hour to ride from Sunnyvale to San Francisco. Evening service is quite limited, and takes even longer (1h20). Be sure to check the schedules before you leave, and plan your day. If you can't get a Clipper Card beforehand, it'll cost you $16.50 for the return trip between Sunnyvale and San Francisco. In San ...


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Having a Clipper card would be convenient, as it can be used on BART, CalTrain, and MUNI. In your sort-duration trip, however, obtaining a Clipper card may be more trouble than it’s worth. The challenge is that while value can be easily added to a Clipper card in many locations, the card itself is harder to obtain. Some BART stations have humans in a ticket ...


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San Diego. https://www.pointloma-obmonthly.com/news/story/2020-05-04/the-ocean-blue-bioluminescence-glows-along-sunset-cliffs (mirror): In addition to Sunset Cliffs, the phenomenon has been particularly dramatic at Ocean Beach, the Scripps Pier area of La Jolla, Cardiff-by-the-Sea and off the San Elijo State Beach campgrounds. La Jolla, San Diego: (image ...


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The BLM hasn't run Zzyzx since 1994. It's now within the National Park system. No camping is permitted along the road or in any parking lot, and rangers frequently issue tickets. Everything around Zzyzx Road is considered National Park Wilderness.


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I've been on a night time bioluminescence kayak tour in Tomales Bay, a bit more than an hour north of San Francisco. A couple tour companies run organized tours, or you can just bring your own kayak to the launch at Nick's Cove and paddle around Hog Island and back. While I thought the experience was very cool, when I went it wasn't nearly as spectacular ...


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This is unanswerable without knowing how much you'll use each mode of transport, and how far you'll go each time. Clipper is usable on BART, MUNI, and Caltrain. That sounds pretty convenient.


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