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Prometheus Cave Bagrati Cathedral Gelati Monastery from Tbilisi
"Pick up at hotel around 10:00 am. Travel to Kutaisi that takes approximately 2.5 hours from Tbilisi where we will visit Gelati Monastery. Gelati is a medieval monastic complex near Kutaisi in the Imereti region of western Georgia. A masterpiece of the Georgian Golden Age Gelati was founded in 1106 by King David IV of Georgia and is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Bagrati Cathedral is our second destination we will visit. Bagrati Cathedral was built in the early years of the 11th century during the reign of King Bagrat III due to which it was called ""Bagrati"" i.e. Bagrat’s cathedral. After Bagrat's cathedral we will go to unforgettable Prometheus cave (with stalagmites and stalactites). It is about 1.5 km amazing walking tour underground.(80 meters from Ground). Caves are super amazing with a guided tour and a boa
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Atlanta CityPass
"CityPASS is the best deal in Atlanta containing actual tickets to these premier attractions: Georgia Aquarium-Deepo Pass with Expedited Entry AT&T Dolphin Tales Show* Deepo’s 3D Wondershow and admission to special exhibitions* World of Coca-Cola Inside CNN Studio Tour Choice Ticket 1: Zoo Atlanta OR Center for Civil and Human Rights Choice Ticket 2: Fernbank Museum of Natural Histor such as a map hours of operation transportation information contact information and insiders' tips so you can get the most out of your vacation - yet it is so compact it will fit into your back pocket. It's all you need to see the best of Atlanta! *Based on availability"
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Fall in Love with Atlanta Bike Tour
"For your 9am bike tour of Atlanta meet your professional guide at Studioplex Lofts located at 659 Auburn Avenue in the Old Fourth Ward section. Strap on your helmet and start peddling to see the historical sites in Atlanta on this 3-hour 8-mile tour.With your high quality bike helmet bottled water and snack
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More Off The Beaten Path in Georgia

Chateau Elan

Not far from Atlanta, to its northeast, Chateau Elan stands as an unusual and unexpected sight as, from afar, its architecture reminds of certain French buildings. The complex includes a winery,...
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Feb 27, 2013

Bonaventure Cemetery -

As featured in the movie "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil"Beautiful and Timeless, very historical and famous people buried there. Not easy to find get good directions from a hotel and write...
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Marchella007
Jun 16, 2011

Stone Mountain Park

Located 16 miles (26 kilometers) east of Atlanta, Stone Mountain Park is the most popular tourist attraction in Georgia, attracting over 3,000,000 visitors per year. Dominating the 3,300-acre...
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Oct 16, 2010

Andersonville

As a youngster I read the book by McKinley Kantor dealing with the Southern Civil War prisioner of war camp named "andersonville". I was horrified that that kind of treatment existed here in the...
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JREllison
Jun 04, 2008

Highest water fall East of the Mississippi.

Amicalola Falls State Park. Amicalola is Cherokee for "tumbling waters" this serries of falls claims to be the highest east of the mississippi, which may be sttetching the truth a little since it...
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JREllison
Mar 08, 2008

First gold Rush!

Check out Dahlonega, Georgia, the site of the first gold rush in the US, back in 1829. Today it's a senic little college town, Hone of North Gerogia College and State University. The Old Court House...
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JREllison
Mar 08, 2008
 
 
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Prater's Mill

This beautiful old water-powered mill on the Coahulla Creek in the mountains of North Georgia was built by Benjamin Franklin Prater in 1855. For its time Prater Mill was a state-of-the-art facility...
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Nov 30, 2006

Fort Pulaski National Monument

Fort Pulaski is located about 15 minutes from Savannah. The Fort was constructed as part of the U.S. plan to guard against attacks by sea. It was seized by the Confederates early on during the Civil...
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Feb 14, 2006

Black Rock Mountain State Park

Black Rock mountain is known as Georgia's highest state park. In a state not known for its elevation, that isn't something that would earn this park bragging rights. The park was not my favorite, but...
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goingsolo
Aug 01, 2005

Vogel State Park

Vogel State Park is one of the prettiest parks in Georgia. Its located in North Georgia, about an hour and a half from Atlanta and about 10 miles from Blairsville. The entrance is so inconspicuous...
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Jul 31, 2005

Amicalola Falls State Park

Amicalola Falls State Park is located in northern Georgia, about 2 hours drive from Atlanta. There are several trails in the park, the most famous of which is the Appalacian Approach Trail which leads...
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goingsolo
Jun 13, 2005

Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotve History

I stumbled upon this place one rainy summer afternoon and found it to be unexpectedly interesting. The museum in located in the small town of Kennesaw, near the famous battlefield and its purpose is...
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goingsolo
Jun 13, 2005

Pickett's Mill State Historical Site

Pickett's Mill was the site of a civil war battle inn which victory went to the South. In keepinng with the local pride for Georgia's Connfeederate "heroes", thte battlefield has been preserved as a...
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goingsolo
Jun 13, 2005

Hiking Providence Canyon

Providence Canyon is located about an hour south of Columbus Georgia near the town of Lumpkin. The Canyon park is on about 1100 acres and offers two hiking trails. A short three mile loop and a longer...
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Sep 26, 2004

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Top Things to Do in Georgia

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Underground

Underground Atlanta is a shopping and entertainment district that opened in 1969, it takes advantage of the viaducts built over the city's many railroad tracks to accommodate later automobile traffic....
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Trolley and Carriage Tours

Our 45-foot charter motorcoach could not maneuver through the narrow streets of Savannah, so Tauck divided us 37 tourists into two groups, each using a vehicle and guide from Old Savannah Tours. I...
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tybee island beach

We had spent a week at Sanibel Island off Florida .. came to Savannah for a couple days and had to stop by Tybee Island beach. We finally found parking and walked to the beach ... we looked for about...
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Lake Burton

Lake Burton is a 2,775 acre reservoir with 62 miles of shoreline located in the northeastern corner of Georgia in Rabun County. A dam was built in 1919 and it created the lake. Lake Burton is named...
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Rock Eagle Mound

Shaped like a prone bird, the Rock Eagle Mound is a stone effigy. Measuring eight feet high at the breast and consisting entirely of milky quartz rocks, it was probably built about 2,000 years ago by...
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Providence Canyon

Providence Canyon is sometimes called Georgia's "Little Grand Canyon". Unlike the real grand canyon which was formed by the erosion caused by the Colorado River this was caused by poor farming...
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"Georgia"
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"Georgia is a Peach!"
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"A Peachy Place To Be"
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"Coastal Georgia"
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