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Driving trip from Toronto to San Antonio

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I am planning a drive from Toronto to San Antonio. I would like to make some interesting stops along the way, perhaps break it into a 3 day drive, staying two nights along the route.

A quick look at Google maps show the shortest route to be about 2700Km or about 25 hrs driving time.

( http://goo.gl/maps/ObH6T )

It takes me through Memphis, Indianapolis but I wonder if I am missing anything or should I make a side trip along the way. I have about 2 weeks to play with in mid July. I intend to stay in hotels as well.

Does the forum community have any suggestions? I also think that my return trip should take a different route to maximize my exposure to American culture. Is there a better suggested way to get back home?

Thanks!

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