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  • Anonymous user answered:
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Lots, including AirTran, British Airways, Northwest, Alaska... more info at: http://www.mspairport.com/Flight-Information/Departures.aspx
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Yes, do this trip. The Oregon coast is incredible and has a lot of campgrounds near the beach that cost $12-$15 (http://www.oregonstateparks.org/searchpark.php). When I did this five years ago, you could camp on the beach for free, which we did, but it was so windy we woke up and our tent was upside-down and buried in two feet of sand...so maybe the $12 is worth it. In northern California, the campgrounds at Redwoods National Park (http://www.nps.gov/redw/) are great and not too too busy. Good luck. Let us know how it goes!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    I hope a local will answer your question; but here is my 2 cents worth as a person that is going to travel this May from Hearst Castle up Hwy 1 to Monterey and spent his Army basic training at Ft. Ord (now a college campus and high-end houses) near Monterey. One night is plenty in Monterey. If you want to stay in the area 2 nights spend one of those in Santa Cruz on the north end of Monterey Bay. Close to Santa Cruz you can see giant Redwoods -- not quite Yosemite, but nice. -- Barry Las Cruces, NM

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