LaFayette Travel Guide

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    by doug48 Updated Apr 4, 2011

    the walker county courthouse was built in 1918 in the renaissance revival style. the courthouse was designed by architect charles e. bearden. for those interested in architecture the walker county courthouse is worth a look when in lafayette.

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    by doug48 Written Jul 8, 2009

    the marsh house was built by spencer marsh in 1836. during the battle of chickamauga it was occupied by union troops. today the marsh house is a museum and is open to the public for tours. see the attached web site for more information.

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    by doug48 Written Jul 8, 2009

    the chattooga academy was built in 1836 and is the oldest brick school house in the state of georgia. prior to the battle of chickamauga confederate general braxton bragg used the chattooga academy as his headquarters. the chattooga academy is listed on the national register of historic places and is now a museum.

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LaFayette Hotels

  • Key West Inn Lafayette

    2221 North Main Street, LaFayette, Georgia, 30728, United States

    Satisfaction: Average

    Good for: Couples

  • Days Inn La Fayette

    2209 North Main Street, Lafayette, GA, 30728, Unit

    Satisfaction: Terrible

    Good for: Families

  • Days Inn Lafayette Ga

    2209 NORTH MAIN STREET, Lafayette, GA 30728

LaFayette Restaurants

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    by chicogringosegundo Written Jan 30, 2008

    Excellent, quality, average price, authentic mexican cuisine, served by authentic mexicans. A medium sized family style restaurant. Sit and be served style dine-in, with mexican ambience. The people are friendly, the staff, is mixed with all races, to accommocate all customers. I eat here about once each month, and i like very much. so i reccommend this restaurant with three stars. Three because of its size, and it's regional location.

    Favorite Dish: Carne Asada ! The dish comes with three carne asada fajitas, or just a carne asada steak. The difference in carne Asada, and other steaks, is the seasoning and the cut. I reccommend this from experience, and find it to be deliciously well balanced dish. It comes with guacamole salad, refried beans, and fajita salsa. A blend of tomatoes lettuce onion and mild pepper, all diced to a chunky texture. Of course there is the traditional red salsa, (salsa tomate), and the nacho chips, for an appetizer. I reccommend the Sweet tea (Te Dulce)! It is very well made.

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