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OKC > Fort Worth > San Antonio > New Orleans > Atlanta > Greensboro
OKC > Fort Worth > St. Louis > Chicago > Washington DC > Greensboro
Have people to stay with in most of these places.
The first one. The only downside is missing out on Chicago, but its worth the sacrifice because you won't have to go to St. Louis or DC. New Orleans is worth the whole trip, and San Antonio is a fun town as well.
I'd also agree with the first route- I have never been to New Orleans, but it's high on my list of places to go.
What cities on the routes have you never been to?
"The world is full of kings and queens who blind your eyes and steal your dreams" - Dio
Probably the frist route. Chicago is the best city of all those listed but the rest of that trip would be boring.
The first. Make sure you allow yourself time in San Antonio to take in the bars along the riverwalk. New Orleans, enough said. If you need any suggestions in Atlanta, let me know. Not really into the bar scene anymore, but my nephew (who works at a club) goes out all the time and knows all the good ones.
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