Option #3... "None of the above".
For candid photos, street photography, travel, family shots with a crop camera I'd get:
Tokina 12-24/4 ($500)
Canon 28-135 IS (buy used, they are going for under $250 on my local Craigslist)
Two zooms, well under $1000.... a simple, lightweight travel and general purpose kit. It's not a big deal to change lenses.
Sure, I could combine an 11-16 with a 17-55, but what about the useful range from 56mm to 135mm? And is f2.8 all that important on an UWA lens that's nearly always going to be stopped down? Canon 10-22 is another option, but the last I looked it's selling for $850 (by the time you get the lens hood, too).
But I also like to use primes... especially for street shooting, candids and portraits... and would want:
28/1.8, 50/1.4 and 85/1.8.
Those three lenses can be bought for $400 to $450 apiece, or might be found used for possibly $1000 for all three.
Circular Polarizers in 58, 72 and 77mm sizes, a set of macro extension tubes and a 430EX flash or two and I'd be pretty much ready to head out on the road.