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NOLA, San Diego, Denver, Austin/San Antonio, Nashville?

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I am finishing a business conference in Louisville, KY on a Thursday afternoon before Easter weekend, and I leave the country on Sunday evening from San Francisco - this leaves me around 2-2.5 days to visit maybe one city, but I can't decide where to go.

I've been to San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago and LA, and I don't want to go any further east (because I still have to fly west), but I've randomly picked a few places that seemed interesting based on guides and the like - therefore picking between NOLA, San Diego, Denver, Austin/San Antonio, and Nashville just on suggestions alone.

First instinct is for NOLA but I'm not sure if 2 days (Fri and Sat) is enough to "do" NOLA? I don't want to end up going there just to find that there's still lots to see and do and that I will feel the need to come back again, hence I am considering the other cities as well.

I know these locations are famous for different things but my interests are strongest in history/culture, so museums work nicely for me. Not really so much into music (e.g. jazz or country), I'm not overly outdoorsy (e.g. hikes or zoos), and I don't really drink. But I do like food! (a lot!)

So yes, open to suggestions. Thanks in advance Fodor people! :D

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