Days Inn Dahlonega
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Travel Blogs from Dahlonega
... Neat new game. The campground has horseshoes, shuffle board and a game called holy holes. Has 3 holes in 2 wooden boxes and you stand on one and throw at the other using large metal flat washers. Kind of a mix between cornhole and horseshoes in the scoring. On Monday we took a ride to Alpine Helen (check pics) which is where Oktoberfest is on the weekends. Saw a ...
... Helen, at the Cafe International. I had a bratwurst in a roll with sauerkraut and cheese. AWESOME! Todd had a prime rib sandwich that could have fed a small village. GREAT view on the outside deck overlooking the Chattahoochee River. Lots of folks floating by on tubes and having a great time.
We had to park on a very steep hill, so I asked the four White County Sheriff's deputies who were eating lunch to let us know if our bikes rolled ...
... my usual fashion.
Hitting the 400 toll booth without dropping the quarters was the final touch to a wonderful trip.
And now, at 2:12 in the morning of 3 August, I'm tired and have remembered all I can.
Good night... but it won't be as sound as at Cedar House.
It just hit me. They have Cedar House Rules there. ...
... from the '60's.
Our first winery of the day was spectacular: Monteluce. A Tuscan village, it seemed. Affordably high end. Absolutely beautiful. This was the first tasting at which they poured all of the wines to be sampled at the same time, so that you could compare them. With Deborah's assistance, I tested myself... passably with the whites, not at all with the reds. Remarkably, while we enjoyed them, we didn't like any one of them enough ...
... I'd given up and started to leave the shop.
By then we could check in at Cedar House. Patty and I took the Mountain Bluebird Room; Deborah and Roy, the Chickadee Room. Very quaint, ours being quite small. Our hosts, Fred and Mary Beth, were delightful and interesting.
On for an evening in Dahlonega. It was an extraordinary dining experience for us all. We stopped first at the Back Porch Oyster Bar, where Roy and I had probably the best oysters on the half shell ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking