Key West Inn Chatsworth

Address: 501 G.I. Maddox Pkwy, Chatsworth, Georgia, 30705, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 501 G.I. Maddox Pkwy, Chatsworth, is near Fort Mountain State Park.
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    A travel blog entry by oliveview on Aug 15, 2015

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    Theme for the day: Everyone calm down!! It was epic just to get on the road today. Most of the packing was done last night and we just had to load this morning. Yeah, things are never that simple. I thought we could be off by 7:30 but it was more like 10:00. We stopped at the hospital and said goodbye to Ralph and headed down the road. We made it to my Dad's tonight. We all ate dinner and ...

    Chattanooga Stop for the Night

    A travel blog entry by traveltheroad on Aug 09, 2015

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    We arrived in Chattanooga crossed over to Georgia and gave up on the 127 yard sale. It was fun while it lasted but we are hot any tired and ready for a shower. On the way to our hotel we saw a Muffler Man at Sir Gooneys Golf. He makes three for this trip. We have one left to see in Oklahoma on the way home. Tomorrow we head to Nashville to visit the The American Pickers ...

    Day 27 Tennessee

    A travel blog entry by granniesontour on Jul 07, 2015

    4 comments, 23 photos

    ... we must try these, so on our way back we got off the bus to sample them. Whilst we were there eating our moon cakes (which we did not think were that bad ) and coffee we got chatting to a couple from Texas...Grayson and Darla. We had a lovely 30 minutes chatting and after photos taken we said goodbye. It was funny, WE were telling them about the free bus and the river walk, in fact we saw them twice more! We then walked back over the bridge to ...

    Probably saved one of the best till last

    A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 20, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... as they reacted to a very precarious situation quickly and stood their ground against overwhelming odds.

    I really enjoyed this one, as the monuments were more unusual as original and the battlefield has tried to keep forest as forest and fields as fields to help you picture the events. There is also a good troop movement guide which let's you visualise what was going on....

    if I got the chance I would definitely come back here......


    Chief Vann House, Fort Mountain State Park

    A travel blog entry by cblake3493 on Mar 21, 2014

    17 photos

    ... a "floating" staircase, a 12-foot mantle, and many antiques. Vann was murdered in 1809, and his son Joseph inherited the mansion and plantation. Joseph was also a Cherokee leader and became even more wealthy than his father. In 1838, the Vanns were removed from their home as part of the Indian Removal Act and forced to Oklahoma.

    After lunch at the Chief Vann House State Historioc Site, we drove ...