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Hi,

My girlfriend and I are heading to the United States. We are hiring a van and driving through some of the Southern States. Our route is as follows;

Dallas
Memphis
New Orleans
Tuscaloosa/Birmingham
Atlanta

Just wanting some advice, is there anything that we can't miss along this route? Food is a major factor in our travel plans!

Thanks in advance.

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