Days Inn Blue Ridge
Travel Blogs from Blue Ridge
... see the lake where light sparkles in the distance. The air smells clean and fresh in the spring, and in the fall, it’s crisp and full of all the scents of the season, like autumn leaves and cozy firesides.
Everything slows down to an indulgent sigh; it’s quiet, especially on a clear night, except for coyotes howling in the distance, uniting their voices in song. I usually listen to ...
We took the Blue Ridge Train Ride from Blue Ridge, Ga up to McCaysville, Ga which is at the GA/TN state line. The train ran along the Taccoa River. We hoped to see the fall foliage colors and we did. Our friends from Yonah Mountain Campground Randy & Sherry, Francis & Gid and Helen went on ...
Today we went back thru Blairsville to Alexander's store and on the way stopped by the greatest model train display you will probably ever see.
3 men have worked on it 40 hours a week for 14 years. The man that gave us an overview was 85 years old. I'll add some pictures but they don't come near showing you how amazing it really is. They can run 14 trains but said it was just too busy ...
... got my dose of funnel cake.
At 2 pm we went to the Anderson Music Hall that is on the grounds and saw John Bellar play the Do-Bro. He was very good. Then we saw Percy Sledge. He is 73 years old and can still sing good.
Today we went to Blairsville, GA to the Sorghum Festival. We found out that the difference between cane syrup and sorghum syrup is the type of sugar cane used. The cane used for sorghum syrum is much skinnier than that used for cane syrup.
We had a biscuit with sorghum syrup and it was very good. Jack and I bought a pint of the sorghum syrup. We ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed