Days Inn Dahlonega
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Dahlonega
... mountains, and it didn't disappoint! Even the hotels and fast food restaurants stuck with the alpine theme! We soaked in the atmosphere for a bit before heading to the cabin, which was an adventure in itself! It truly was in the middle of nowhere, with dirt tracks of at least 30 degree inclination proving a challenge for our wee Ford Fiesta. We managed though, and the result was so very worth ...
... up for it, we would slackpack a bit that afternoon. We left our packs in the cabin and got a shuttle out to a gap 6 miles away and hiked back in. It was a good idea in principle, but I spent most of the hike complaining in my head, wondering why I decided to hike more that day and cursing every mountain that came between me and my bed. Without packs we made good time, and Mooch and I got back around 7:30, 2 hours and 15 minutes after we started, and the other guys shortly ...
... cooking as a personal chef prepares the most fantastic southern meals.
Greater Dahlonega boasts a number of wineries and we visited Monteluce Estate & Winery. The whole farm has an Italian theme and La Vigne is a 25,000 sq. ft. restaurant above the wine press room. They produce excellent wines and a menu to match. A great place to celebrate a special occasion or to stop by just because. A quick drive will take you ...
... called Mountain Crossing that sells pizza and coffee so I quickly changed my mind. I ended up staying here in the hostel, it's supposed to pour tonight so I couldn't pass up the opportunity for a dry bed. Planning on doing about 11 miles tomorrow, it's supposed to rain and snow tomorrow so we will see if I'm able to make it to Low Gap ...
... all the way to Dahlonega. Our second good omen for the trip was the fact that I hit the toll change basket without dropping either quarter. We were on our way.
We got to D just before noon and drove on out of town to locate the Cedar House Inn, a B&B. We had no difficulty finding it, but it was quite clear that the driveway would lead us off the beaten path. The gate was locked until 4, as we had been informed, so we made for our first winery and lunch.