Madison Oaks Inn & Gardens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today we had an early breakfast and off we drove towards Ellijay...except I took over the GPS and promptly got lost...around a town called Winder....drove around in a circle for awhile....we eventually we reached Amicalola Falls....it was a lovely day and the walk to the falls was pretty but not spectacular.....we also walked up to the lodge which is at the top ...
Woke up around doing 8 and had breakfast in the hotel...pretty good actually. Then we were off to Wakinsville first which is a tiny village about 15 min from Athens. It's not big b.ut after a few wrong turns we found the Elder Mill covered bridge outside the town.. It's a pretty area with rolling hills and large cattle/horse farms. We then went to Monroe for coffee ?.small , not exciting town. Then we went back to Athens and spent the afternoon at the Georgia State ...
... 10:30 but they were able to get C class seats so that well well. We left and got to Athens in about 1.5 Hr because of the traffic, checked in and then went to The Last Resort For a very nice meal... NiCe New Zealand wi e too...Kono S. Blanc. Supposedly made by the Maori...nIce evening though...we sat on the patio and the evening was very warm so they had the windows open to the ...
Drove 100 miles in 2 hours.
We had intended to catch up with one of Karen's school friends in Atlanta this evening though she pulled out at the last minute.
So with a night to spare we thought that ...
... boiled peanuts after laughing at our northern “non messy” approach. He told us about the Federal soldiers being kept alive by eating “Goober Peas” (peanuts) during their incarceration at Anderson Prison until they were released at the end of the Civil War.
We continued on our drive to the Sunflower Festival after purchasing vine-ripened tomatoes, fresh peaches and of course some of those boiled peanuts. ...