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Louisville - New Orleans Roadtrip Help

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A couple girlfriends and I are taking a road trip from Louisville to New Orleans in April.

As the drive is approximately 11 hours we are trying to break it up by over-nighting somewhere along the route.

Nashville is too close to Louisville and though I’m drawn to Vicksburg/Natchez, that is almost an 11 hour drive in itself. Is it worth that to bite the bullet and put up the 11 hours in one day to see Vicksburg or Natchez via the GRR prior to LO? Our time is limited so we would really need to knock out this portion in one day.

Any other recommendations on towns to stay in along the Louisville/New Orleans route? Thank you!

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