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Circle Trip - LA,AL,VA.D.C.,MO

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We will take a Circle Trip in early October. We are seniors - enjoy nature, walking, history, music, local food, wine, talking with locals.

We will leave from TX to New Orleans - but we have information on that leg.

We do need information / must-sees etc from New Orleans to Birmingham. We will probably spend 2 nights there.

From Birmingham to DC / information / must-sees. Probably will stay in Sterling or Leesburg for the weekend as our friends live in that vicinity .

We will move to DC for 4 or 5 nights, but hoping to park the car and train or metro in to a central location. Any ideas about where to leave a car? I'm sure it wouldn't be allowed at the Metro.

Coming back - DC through the Ozarks. We have 4 or 5 nights so can wander a bit.

From the Ozarks back to Texas is not a problem as we have done that several times when our kids were young.

This is complicated! Before, with our children - our goals and interests were different. Now it's just us and on our 40th Anniversary Trip, so we're wanting something a bit different and not child-oriented.

Thanks for any replies and suggestions.

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