The great interstate highway which runs north and south along the Pacific coast of the United States. It runs all the way from the Mexican border near San Diego, California, to the Canadian border in Blaine, Washington. In all, it is 1375.62 miles in length, and runs through the following major cities:
The landscape around Interstate 5 goes from beachfront in San Diego to urban hell through Los Angeles, through some pastoral beauty near San Francisco, through the drier portions of northern California, and on up into the typically Pacific Northwestern (that is, rainy with really tall trees) in Oregon and Washington. You can drive right by the Space Needle as you pass through Seattle, and hit my apartment with a rocket launcher as you go through Bellingham.