Country Inn & Suites Helen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... wake up, more and more cars emerging on the interstate as the sun was starting to rise. It was a beautiful sight seeing the mountainous scenery. I arrived at the Hot Air Balloon Race just in time, the balloons were scattered on a field as families were working together setting up for the race. I got a good seat up front so I could ensure a good ...
... the next morning and spent the day paddling around the lake admiring the sights and getting house envy. All the college kids were out in their fancy wakeboard boats and riding jet skis tearing up the lake.
On Sunday we drove out to the Anna Ruby falls which were pretty amazing but crazy busy being a longweekend. On the way back to Hiawassee we started another hike to the High Shoals Water ...
... and then transported from the coast during wartime.
This was the beautiful place that Jake & Whitney picked to have their wedding at. It was such an honor to be a part of and welcome Whitney officially into the Thompson family.
Had a great tourist-y day yesterday. Went into Chattanooga and walked around the riverfront. Saw start of Trail of Tears, new Aquarium, rental bikes, lyrics and rails in sidewalk, etc downtown. Stopped by the Choo Choo Hotel - saw trains and fascinating hotel layout. Then wound our way up to the top ...
... get in the area. Driving about a half-mile down the gravel road, we pulled over at a pull-off near a primitive campsite and walked down to Davis Creek. We were right at the top of Dukes Creek Falls (which is actually on Davis Creek) and got a view of the top of this enormous waterfall as well as Second Waterfall on Davis Creek that is just upstream of its much larger brother. From here, we continued another half-mile on the gravel road and parked just ...