Stone Mountain Inn

Address: 1058 Robert E. Lee Drive, Stone Mountain, Georgia, 30083, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1058 Robert E. Lee Drive, Stone Mountain, is near Stone Mountain Park and Stone Mountain Antique Car and Treasure Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Stone Mountain

      Saying Goodbye to Tennessee

      A travel blog entry by k.c77 on Nov 26, 2014

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      I had bacon, eggs, and toast for breakfast which was free from the hotel. I am sad to see Tennessee in my rearview mirror but I am headed to Atlanta. I drove through the mountains and then stopped for lunch at Chipotle for $9.30. I only ate half and will finish the rest for dinner. I stopped for gas in Atlanta at Chevron for $36.90.

      "To travel is to take a journey into yourself." - Danny Kaye
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      VCMers

      A travel blog entry by eileenkel on Nov 07, 2014

      ... up a little as it was so hard that I couldn't see the signs.
      I was staying at the Omni and she came down on a Sunday just to keep me company and took me on a CNN tour. We got out photo taken at a "news desk' and I found out that she kept it at her desk all these years. I KNEW there was no reason to have a web cam at my house! Anyone wanting to see me could just go over to Donna's desk. ;-)

      On Sunday, Nov 9, London, Jen and David came over. It was awesome ...

      A big hunk of granite

      A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Apr 04, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... was not anything like it is today. The carving was actually started in 1924 but did not get completed until 1970. It was interrupted by financial, political and artistic problems which included two world wars, the Depression and limited technology and so there was no work on it from 1924 to 1964 little if any work was done. So that means when we were there in 1963, the only part of the carving would have been Jefferson Davis' head. It's an interesting story but ...

      GA-- KING AND QUEEN OF THE MOUNTAIN

      A travel blog entry by lstoneham on Sep 25, 2011

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... the picture).

      We toasted to Oktoberfest (beginning here in September), and then took the scenic drive to the highest mountain in Georgia, Brasstown Bald (4,784'). That’s when the fog rolled in. If you’ve ever been on Afton Mountain in the fog, you know what I mean. Looking down from all the overlooks, you could only see clouds. Sarah, if you move to Georgia, you will need to get yourself a pick-up truck, the favorite of the ...

      Civil War Tour Day 10

      A travel blog entry by bmitch7774 on Apr 29, 2011

      2 photos

      Today, we visited Stone Mountain Park. This is a Georgia State Park. The park gets it's name from the large Granite protrusion in the middle of the park. It stands 800’ high and is 5 miles around. It goes below the surface about 10 miles, and spreads out beneath 5 states. This is the largest Granite boulder in the world. It was formed 300,000,000 years ago and has taken the ...