Scottish Inns

Address: 1279 Hwy 411 South, Chatsworth, Georgia, 30705, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1279 Hwy 411 South, 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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... took Stewart and I to see the progress on the cemetery. I guess it was fitting to stop by and see Steve. We plan to meet Ashley and company just west of Nashville tomorrow. The next two days are lots of very long drives. It feels so good to be underway! There are so many people to thank because without them, this would never have been possible. Too many to mention but I am full of ...


A travel blog entry by stuandleah on Jun 23, 2015

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... site of one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War. Just driving through the area it's easy to imagine lines of soldiers marching on one another, the air is thick with history and to someone with so little knowledge of the Civil War, it's fascinating. We also went to a veterans museum, remembering Americans from all wars, from the Civil War to Afghanistan and Iraq. The gentleman in charge was so enthusiastic and welcoming, I think that visit to a tiny, ...

Trek Day No.39 - Ocoee, Tennessee

A travel blog entry by jtsweeting on Jun 19, 2015

We got a super long lie in this morning as we weren't leaving until 9:30am! So I got up at 8:30 had a shower then we hit the road. I'm up front again today so I'm dj and a couple of hours in we made our first stop. Dad you're gonna be jealous but we stopped at the Jack Daniels distillery and we got a free tour which was awesome, although the smell was a bit overwhelming. ...

More Georgian Surprises

A travel blog entry by cordier on Mar 19, 2015

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... Trail - all 2,200 miles of it (depending who you ask).
We selected 2 routes to the top of the falls and then back again - claiming our 2 mile share of the Appalachian Trail. Twice we walked through the Arch at the visitor center to imagine a through-walk of six months (average time it takes).

Then the town of Blue Ridge revealed its secrets: a lot of wealth from Atlanta and the start of the Blue Ridge Railway line. Up-market shops and ...

Chief Vann House, Fort Mountain State Park

A travel blog entry by cblake3493 on Mar 21, 2014

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... Mountain State Park. We hiked to the rocky ruins of an ancient stone wall. The wall runs east and west for 855 feet. Its height varies from two to six feet. Archeologists and historians have unsuccessfully sought to unravel who built this wall. The time frame for construction ranges from 5000 BC to 1500 AD. The current commonly accepted date for construction is 500 AD and that it had a spiritual purpose. Local ...