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In Oregon Route 34 from US-101 to the I-5.
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I thought Mullholland Drive was pretty good and the road up to Santa Barbara.

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17 mile drive in Pebble Beach
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The Grand Corniche coastal road between San Remo and Nice via Monaco.
Safe in the old hippie days, the road from Kabul to Peshawar, from the top of the Khyber Pass offers an incredible view.
PCH, Pacific Coast Highway.

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IMHO I think Kentucky has some of the best scenic driving roads in America it like a Norman Rockwell tour.
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The Blue Ridge Parkway was a spectacular drive. I did it in the spring and it was cool with some snow and ice but I reckon fall would be tops.

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The Blue Ridge Parkway was a spectacular drive. I did it in the spring and it was cool with some snow and ice but I reckon fall would be tops.
My friend from England that use to work on my copier said that when he drove in KY it was just like driving the country roads of England.
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Driving out of Lancaster has to be the best!
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IMHO I think Kentucky has some of the best scenic driving roads in America it like a Norman Rockwell tour.
Agreed. But, Bohicket Rd on Johns Island on the way to Kiawah is awesome. It's curvy, has major moss covered oak trees and you can fly down it, you just have to watch for deer.

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