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Solo Road Trip/Tour New Orleans to Atlanta

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I am currently looking at doing a solo trip from New Orleans to Atlanta in March 2013 and will have about 2 weeks. I am really keen to do an organised tour as I have done Contiki before and loved it however all tours in Southern US dont seem to run in March. If anyone can inform me differently please let me know.

In saying that if I have to "go it alone" I would love some advice. :-)

My thoughts of the trip so far would be start in New Orleans then to Jackson, then to Memphis, then to Nashville, then to Atlanta.

I am not sure if I am missing anything nearby that is a standout but if I allow for about 2 -3 nights at each destination I think I should be able to cover the "best" of that region.

Just wondering if anyone has any ideas that are must do's to fill that sort of itinerary.

Thanks

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