Road trip survival packs should include everything to keep the family safe and occupied while on a road trip.
San Francisco Bay Area travel expert Carole Terwilliger Meyers shares helpful tips on traveling with kids.
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A trip to Mount Diablo is easily one of the best one-tank trips in the area, boasting stunning views of pyramid-like peaks and natural areas. At just 75 miles away, expect to spend about 1.5 hours on the road barring heavy weekend traffic. When spending a day, a weekend or even longer on a nearby play-cation, this adventure offers a variety of off-the-beaten-path options and a list of activities sure to please any outdoor enthusiast.
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If you’re ready to head out on the highway, lookin’ for adventure in the Sacramento area, there are bunches of biker-friendly bars around town. With live music, horseshoes, pool tables, gobs of grub, cold beverages, these are some of the best bets for biker stops in the Sacramento area.