I don't know you, but I am always looking for a wonderful holiday. Nothing is too far or too expensive, but it cheers me up, makes my senses clear, and brings me into something new. In fact, I recently [and recently a relative name] came back from such a quick trip. I can say that there is nothing more than the subtle happiness in the end of the weekend to realize that your leisure time is spent. Very rich. It’s a weekend that will make you feel smug when you talk to other people next to the dispenser on Monday morning.
Atlanta is a great location in the southeast. The central location of the city is ideal for exploring many attractions. For this article, I will share some of my favorites. Some people may surprise you. That is to say, I am here only to link these suggestions to the weekend destination. I hope to convey to you countless other options in the coming months. Let me continue to share!
Greenville, South Carolina
I have been driving through Greenville in I-85 many times, but I don't mind the town. Fortunately, my relatives recently pitted on their way to Atlanta and discovered the treasures of this town! Greenville has experienced good times and bad times, but these days are some of the good times. Since the 1970s, Greenville has conceived a streetscape plan for the fading streets. Over the past 30 years, the city has transformed into a hub of business, culture and tourism through a combination of public and private investment. This is one of the most beautiful towns I have visited in the United States of America! I recommend taking your bike or renting a car and connecting Greenville and Travellers Rest along the 13.5-mile Swamp Rabbit bicycle path along the Reedy River. Then, stroll through the city centre, cross the waterfalls and the treetops on the Liberty Bridge, and end your day at a local restaurant. I highly recommend the Trappe door for Belgian beer and death for food. Moreover, if you want to have fun after dinner, you will find something on the Peace Performing Arts Center and the Central Stage, both of which are within walking distance, while restaurants in the city are only a few steps away.
Blue Ridge, Dahlonega and Young Harris
Since 1886, Blue Ridge has been a haven for farmers and a haven for tired travelers. The beauty of the mountains and the charm of the town made it a destination at the time, and for the same reason it has become a destination today. Whether you decide to board the Blue Ridge Scenic Railroad, venture outdoors, visit a boutique or just visit the Maine Orchard and Messier Orchard, you will be happy!
Dahlonega is an area rich in history, nature and culture. As the first large-scale gold rush in the United States, visitors can learn about gold rushes and personal gold rushes at the Gold Museum! There are also many different wineries in the area. If you are a wine lover like me, this place will make you and your taste buds busy and happy! The historic city centre of Dahlonega also has some outstanding mountain musicians. From now until October 12, you can hear them playing every Saturday [2:00 pm – 5:00 pm] during the Appalachian Music Festival!
The young town of Young Harris is located in the northern part of Dahlonega, in the valley of the heart of the Chattahoochee National Forest. For those who want to get rid of the hustle and bustle of the city, this is a mountain trail. In the young [Young Harris], you are surrounded by rolling hills and beautiful mountains. After spending a lot of money on Travelzoo.com and buying Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa, I recently visited this quaint town. Originally built in 1995, the resort covers an area of 503 acres and can be explored and enjoyed through sidewalks and trails. There is also an 18-hole championship golf course on site. The Brasstown Valley also offers beautiful mountain views, where you can enjoy the view by the fire or on the outdoor rocking chair. And, if the tranquil environment is not enough to get you into vacation mode, just visit its Equani Spa.
Sunny, salty prairie
Do you want to stroll through some of the picturesque streets along the Atlantic coast, look back at history, browse art galleries, listen to jazz, eat like Paula Dean, or enjoy a day at the beach on a trip? impossible? Not in Savannah!
I am a fan of Savannah Bed and Breakfast, but there are plenty of great B&Bs to choose from! There are so many great trips, restaurants and shops, but don't miss out on lunch at Soho South Cafe, and don't have the cute Georgian honey from Savannah Bee Company. When you go to Tybee Island and sprinkle some sea salt on your hair, please discard your car when you arrive there, then rent a bike! Tybee is perfect for cycling and you can explore the entire island with two wheels, including a visit to the Tybee Lighthouse Station and the museum. On your way back, you should make sure to stop at The Crab Shack on Estill Hammock Road; this is truly a unique Southern seafood experience!