Park Place Hotel

Address: 27 S. Park Street, Dahlonega, Georgia, 30533, United States | Hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Dahlonega

    Up and Down, Up and Down

    A travel blog entry by jwatson on Mar 22, 2015

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... starting point, then turn around and walk back down. Day one wasn't bad. I made it to the shelter about 8 miles down the trail, but there was still so much daylight left I decided to go a couple more miles before setting up camp. Shortly after hiking more, I half regretted it, just because I was tired and going uphill and it would have been nice hanging out with the other hikers, but in the end I was fine with my decision. I didn't make it the couple of miles I had planned ...

    Northern Georgia - Who Would Have Thought?

    A travel blog entry by cordier on Mar 15, 2015

    16 photos

    ... the Blue Ridge railway line. Our choice was the #1 B&B on most travel sites: Aska Lodge. The owners, Ric and Janet deserve the accolades as Aska Lodge lives up to it's reputation. Terrycloth robes, bamboo linen, specialist breakfasts and incredible hosts made it an unforgettable experience.

    And so we headed back, filled with fresh mountain air, southern hospitality and life long friends from as far as Germany. All in a week. ...

    Jarred Gap to Neels Gap (31.7 miles)

    A travel blog entry by hgarner11 on Mar 05, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    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 ...

    A perfect day, start to end

    A travel blog entry by jonmartin on Jul 20, 2013

    ... 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 ...

    Dig A Little Deeper Into Dahlonega

    A travel blog entry by tabolles on Jun 17, 2011

    3 photos

    ... a caramel apple and then leisurely listening to some of the mountain music that is usually in full swing on the square. And while you are doing that, don’t miss Brad Walker's pottery shop at the corner of the historic square, where you will be sure to find something handmade and simply beautiful for yourself or for someone special.

    If you intend to stay overnight in Dahlonega, again you ...