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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and 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 a very 1950s diner for a burger and a huge thunder and lightning storm blew through....very fast and tons of rain for about 30 ...
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 ...
... up Hwy 16 to Macon which took about 2.5 Hrs. We found Riverside Shoppes which ois a. Ew shopping complex a bit like University Center in Seattle had coffee at Starbucks in Barnes and Noble and then Inez and I shopped at Chicos....I found a nice pair of Grey jeans and Inez got a nice top. The to Atlanta International where we dropped them off at around 6:00 .....their flight didn't ...
... to show off their wealth. It is supposed to have been spared the destruction/ fire that happened when Gen. Sherman went from Atlanta to Savannah cause it was just too pretty. It is very charming plus was having an old car show...mainly Muscle cars from the 50-70s but still nice. We asked a fellow from town where to have coffee and he said the Perk Street Cafe was the only goon place in town...we ...
... 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. ...