Super 8 Dawsonville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So after departing sunny Ringgold, we began the first proper road-leg of our tour. This one began by retracing our steps back to Atlanta, before setting off North East towards the mountains. First stop was a little place called Winder, to meet up with some of Leah's friends - Josh & Ellie, and Paul & Rebecca. Josh is a tennis coach and had a lesson til late on so the rest of us went for ...
Robert and I arrived to a warm welcome by Ellie Marion and Keith, with a fab poster made by Ellie. It was a very warm evening, and getting to Marion and Keith's home took a little over half an hour.
We had a tour of their new home before having a wee glass of wine or two!!
The area where they live is very very green and spacious, very clean too. Wild life most colourful. Beautiful birds and deer roam quite freely in and around the trees of which ...
... 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. ...
... 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 ...