Durhamtown Plantation Sportsmen's Resort
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... Falls and has a gorgeous. Jew of the Cahattahochee Mts. The leaves are finally starting to turn color ...a couple more weeks and the colors will be beautiful.....had coffee and some sweets. Later we drove over to Ellijay which was like a small version of Dahlongea but a bit kitschy. Pretty country though....rolling hills and apple farms.....later we went to ...
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 ...
It was our last day in Savannah...boo hoo! We woke up to another beautiful blue sky but hotter day....it's to reach 30 today and it's muggy again. We walked down Liberty St to J Christopher's for breakfast...sat outside which was nice but the breakfast was only so-so. Guess we are spoiled at home with even White Spot let alone the brunches that are available. We left around 10:30 ...
... be a cool spot to see, being the home of REM and all.
It definitely has its charms as a college town (Go Bulldogs!), being the home of Georgia Tech. Everything was geared towards the weekend football games so there was a lot of spirit in the ...
... he gave us the choice of a Camry, Sonata or a Ford Explorer. We took the Elorer as it was a bit bigger and more comfy...it was only $ 10.00 more and we thought it was worth it. We brought the GPS and after a bit of tinkering we were off to Madison which is east of the city. It's a pretty little town that prospered from the cotton trade in the early 1800s and the wealthy built beautiful ...