Super 8 Dawsonville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Dawsonville
... we had to go there. It was pretty fancy, though small by NJ standards. What was really nice was the lovely dinner we had while sitting outside in 80 degree weather listening to a live band play a concert (apparently this mall hosts concerts! Mall of Georgia: 1, Rockaway: 0!).
To say the least it was a nice evening where we were reminded how nice warm weather is. And of course, what relaxation feels like. Tomorrow....we go to America's largest aquarium!!! Stay tuned!
... a mile away I found an amazing camp site. It was a clear area on top of a ridge with a view into a valley to the west where I could see the sunset. I couldn't pass it up, and I spent a relaxing evening eating dinner and enjoying the view before bed.
I woke up to rain and a fairly unpleasant but not awful day. I had slept dry, but trying to pack everything up left a lot of my stuff damp, and the constant rain while hiking just made it worse. Hiking in the rain was fine, ...
... 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 ...
... it would be the last time I would have to do that for the day. We took Wildcat Creek Trail a little ways back and got on Turner Trail across the footbridge. We followed this for about a quarter-mile and then turned right on Rocky Ford Trail. We only had less than a half-mile to go, but this section was quite steep. It finally leveled off near the intersection with Windy Ridge Trail near the First and ...
... and Camp Wahsega and stopped at the US Army Ranger Camp Frank D. Merrill. Although this training ground for the elite Army Rangers is restricted at times, they are nice enough to allow public access to the waterfalls when training is not ongoing. From the pull-off, we hiked down the small hiking trail and soon could hear Lower Falls and found a spot where we could bushwhack down to the base. Surprisingly, there was another couple here, but they ...