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Southeast Trip Advice Needed (tn, ga, al, fl, la)

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I'm planning several trips. This April/May I plan to hit these areas in the southeast in this order. Can everyone please help me pick specific activities/things to do?

I'm in my early 30's --- and like fishing, outdoors, hiking, sports, eating healthy food, drinking unique beer, drinking wine, bars/music/jazz all great.

Oh, I'll have a rental car the entire time - and I plan to fly to areas where the drive is more than 4+ hours.

Money/time is not an issue, I can go wherever and stay wherever.

Memphis TN
Nashville TN
Chattanooga, TN
Atlanta GA
Birmingham AL
Montgomery AL
Pensacola FL
Gulf Shoes, AL
Mobile AL
New Orleans LA

Thank you!!

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