Courtyard By Marriott Athens Downtown
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... by Nissan and BMW which provides about 150 miles/hr charging rate or slightly less than half of the Supercharger).
Tomorrow's destination is Norfolk, VA so that means we'll hit Superchargers in Charlotte, NC; Burlington, NC; and South Hill, VA.
Not sure where we are staying or charging tomorrow night but that is part of the adventure! Relax honey, we'll be fine and yes, we have solid plans for all the nights you are on the trip with us ;-)
Today was the long travel day to start the trip, dedicated to getting as close to the East Coast as we could in one day. We covered 840 miles as we traveled out of Texas and then across Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and then into Georgia.
Driving and charging were smooth and easy. The adaptive cruise control made the drive as easy as possible (until full autopilot arrives, soon please Elon!) and also maximized ...
Commerce, Georgia, population 5292, has an interesting history. The area around today's Commerce, prior to the arrival of any non-native settlers, was inhabited by the Apalache People, who were ancestral to the Creek Indians. The Georgia Apalache Indians controlled the trade of gold, silver and copper coming out of Georgia, as mentioned in 16th and 17th century European texts. The Appalachian Mountains and the ...
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 ...
Driving up through Georgia Alex was keen to find a plaque marking Sherman's controversial, brutal and finalising march during america's civil war which he wrote his dissertation. After driving for a good while through some very iconic Georgian towns we found one as we wondered around the city. We then continued onto Athens which we decided would be our resting place however when we arrived we did little resting as this little place had an astonishingly vibrant bar scene for a Monday ...