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Good road trip stop in Northern California?

I am planning a road trip with my fiancee from Portland, OR to LA at the beginning of this summer. I want to make one stop overnight on the way down, just to break up the trip a little bit.I was thinking Redding might be a good place to stop. I am a slight interest in architecture and other interesting man-made structures, so I thought it might be cool to check out Turtle Bay and the Sundial bridge. But I don't really know much about Redding besides that (other than it having the northernmost In and Out burger).Is Redding a good choice? If so, any hotel or sightseeing/activity recommendations?Other suggestions of places to consider?Thanks everyone,Brent


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What you are suggesting to keep as far as rent is fine, and very generous on your part. You could withold all of it, but you are certainly welcome to refund however much you would like. No, you cannot charge your tenant for changing the locks, unless the tenant damaged it in some way or did something where changing the locks is a necessity caused directly by her. This is just the cost of doing business as a landlord.

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