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Need help planning trip to Atlanta, Alabama and then New Orleans

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I have a laundry list for my travels but I thought these 3 made the most sense to start with because they are all relatively close to one another. I've been to very few places in the US and also thought it was smart to see some of the US before going over seas. I've been to LA, San Diego, San francisco for a very short time, Florida obviously many parts, NJ, Denver for what it offered, and I believe that covers my adult travel life.

Can anyone help me plan a few days in each state/city? or a week in each place (and I am not sure where is best in Alabama to visit)? Tell me what I should see/do? I'm an outdoor kinda guy but I'm up for anything. Thanks!

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