Expert Travel Advice to Georgia

Top Answers To Georgia Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    I highly suggest you see Cumberland Island where the wild horses roam free. Close by is Jekyll Island. If you need the rich culture of the South, Savannah is only about an hour away from GSU. Have a wonderful trip!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    I'm not exactly sure where you plan on staying in Georgia, but I'll give you a brief overview of the shopping district in the two biggest towns. In Savannah, the two main shopping districts are River Street and City Market. In Atlanta, you should try Atlantic Station or Amsterdam Walk. You can find a Rue 21 in most shopping malls. Have a great time with your cousin!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Okefenokee Adventures, the sole concessionaire for the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, offers a number of different options that should meet your needs, included guided tours in a skiff or longer wilderness canoe and kayak tours. More info at http://www.okefenokeeadventures.com/tours.htm. Enjoy!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    That is probably the Consolidated Gold Mine in Dahlonega. Take GA 400 north to Dahlonega and then follow the signs to the Walmart. The Consolidated Gold Mine is right next door. There is also a gold museum on the square in Dahlonega. It is a really cool(if small) museum dedicated to the first gold rush. Around the square are a few nice(and cheap) restaurants to eat at. If the weather is nice, The Crimson Moon Cafe has a nice balcony, as does Gabby's Cajun Cafe. In cooler weather, El Mague is good for mexican, and Caruso's(the restaurant and not the bar) has good italian. Hope that helps!

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