Days Inn Dahlonega
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today we woke up to a gloriously sunny day...not a cloud in the sky and the temp was up to 76 which is very nice. We had Greek yogurt with spiced blueberries and walnuts with Pumpkin Bread, then a quiche and Coconut muffin...very yummy!! After. Real fast we sat in the sun on the deck then Inez and I were treated to a very nice relaxing massage at the Spa. We chatted with Claire for a while and then ...
... the 5th wheel for our travel adventure. Visit from our friends Bernie and Chrys. We built a fire and had hamburger surprise for our last supper in Ellijay. Thanks for the going away gifts and I think of you every day when I make a pot of ...
Today we woke up around 8:00 and went downstairs for breakies around 9:00...we had Spiced apple pancakes, juice and coffee and then a very nice frittata with salad and goat cheese filling and little pork sausages.The day is sunny but with scattered cloud and it's only around 22. We started driving to Helen which is a kitschy Bavarian village but hasa charming old country store where we bought ice and 2 of the largest oatmeal cookies,plus 2 apples and some peanuts. Then ...
Today started out cloudy and gray with a bit of rain....we started out touring the Univ. Georgia and then took a country road via Danielsville to Tococca and Tullulah Falls Sate Park. Trying to find a nice place for a latte/Cappacino we were recommended to go to Clayton by the park ranger to go to Clayton which is a few more miles north up Hwy 17.. There we found a very cute coffee shop called Grapes and Beans and had a wonderful Lattee and K+I had cappuccinos . We then ...
... and soon were back on the right track. The drive to Damascus was a bit longer than either the drive to Birmingham or the drive to Atlanta. It took us about four and a half hours, including driving onto the army post. We got to Rick's house a few minutes before six. He had made dinner for us so we sat down to eat shortly after we got there. Later we walked Leo around the yard and Ruby was on the constant lookout for snakes. ...