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Cruise with Care: How to Avoid Mishaps Along the Pacific Coast Highway

In 1919, construction began on Highway One, a ribbon of rolling asphalt that would link up with the Roosevelt Highway, a 1,400-mile thoroughfare traversing the western United States. And when the two converged, they would ceremoniously tie Canada to Mexico via the Pacific Coast. After nearly 20 years of labor and the addition of 33 bridges, Highway One, also known as the Pacific Coast Highway, was completed and staked its mark in American iconography.

How to Stay Connected to Loved Ones While Traveling Along the PCH

A Pacific Coast Highway roadtrip should be on everyone's bucket list. The beautiful beaches, national parks, bustling cultural epicenters, small fishing towns, vineyards, breweries and restuarants have so many memories and experiences to offer those who venture on its 655-mile path.




Cruise with Care: How to Avoid Mishaps Along the Pacific Coast Highway

In 1919, construction began on Highway One, a ribbon of rolling asphalt that would link up with the Roosevelt Highway, a 1,400-mile thoroughfare traversing the western United States. And when the two converged, they would ceremoniously tie Canada to Mexico via the Pacific Coast. After nearly 20 years of labor and the addition of 33 bridges, Highway One, also known as the Pacific Coast Highway, was completed and staked its mark in American iconography.

How to Stay Connected to Loved Ones While Traveling Along the PCH

A Pacific Coast Highway roadtrip should be on everyone's bucket list. The beautiful beaches, national parks, bustling cultural epicenters, small fishing towns, vineyards, breweries and restuarants have so many memories and experiences to offer those who venture on its 655-mile path.