Park Place Hotel
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... going back to their house for drinks, where Ellie announced she was pregnant! Celebrations and bubbly followed, along with random (unsuccessful) beer-run adventures and random Vimeo videos of a guy called Al that...can't really be explained... Morning brought the next driving leg, towards a mountain cabin outside a town called Helen. Helen was explained to me as a German town in the foothills of ...
... the other side. The hike down was easier in terms of how much energy it took, but it was killer in the knees. It was a couple miles of steep, rocky trail, but at the end of it was Neel Gap and our cabin.
Neel Gap is famous on the trail as the first outfitters you hit, and the workers there will give you a shakedown to help you cut what you don't need and drop weight. I didn't get a shakedown as I am fine with my weight and I think the only extra thing I have is too much ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...