Quality Inn Dahlonega
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Dahlonega
... two bedroom cabin had all the amenities, idyllic setting and not another soul to be seen or heard. It even had TWO hottubs! Saturday we had a lazy morning and took off to the villages nearby. A couple of little craft shops and a wander around a homecraft festival was interrupted by a 5 minute rain shower, and we took off to sample the local vineyards 'produce', which was lovely (and free!). lunch ...
... We all baked frozen pizzas, had amazing, glorious showers (even though the water pressure was terrible) and passed out. That was the longest day for me on the trail yet at 13 miles.
Today is our zero. Even though it hasn't rained as much as we thought it would, it's still been nice to rest and get some laundry done. I bought a new, larger tarp for my hammock and sent my old one home. Tomorrow we have an early morning shuttle lined up to the same gap and plan on ...
... a German-themed town. Too touristy for us but Betty's General Store is a must. Walk to the back for fresh soup and sandwiches.
Two active gold mines are situated in Dahlonega and a tour is a must. Learn to pan and make some of the entrance fee back in real gold. I even bought a gold pan - just in case the opportunity arises again. One never knows...
After 4 days we headed to the town of Blue Ridge but stopped ...
Woke up to another dreary day but it was warm. Biggest climb of the day was Blood Mountain. It went up about 1,000 feet but it wasn't too terrible going up, but going down was a different story. The climb down into Neels Gap was full of slippery rocks that made me lose my footing a couple of times. I planned on hiking past Neels Gap, but there is ...
... Winery. A beautiful place. Very mountain-lodge-like. We lucked out and were able to get a table for lunch -- and out on their covered veranda, too. The view was storybook. Patty had a shrimp salad; I, a shrimp po-boy. The food was excellent; the wine enjoyable. The wine tasting was impressive. The dessert sampler was phenomenal -- a caramel cheesecake, a lemon chiffon pie, and a brownie, as I recall. The wines we paired with them and with a cheese sampler (?) drank well, and ...