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Old 04-19-2010, 05:45 PM
 
Location: Tha 6th Bourough
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I am not from Georgia, and I have only driven through your state on my way from Florida to Tennessee about 8 times. I always get lost going through Atlanta because there is a section where the main highway just changes into another highway without too much warning, but I've caught on to that in my last 2 trips...LOL

My main question is what part of Georgia do locals like or dislike the most. My main reason for asking is because I personally love the Atlanta area driving through and stopping to eat there or spend the night. I also like that whole stretch of road going up to Tennessee. That drive is nice and the town of Dalton seems nice to me too, but I hate the south part of Georgia after passing through Valdosta until I reach Atlanta. That whole are seems dead or like it is really bland and red-neck-ish to me. Just my opinion.

I just wanted to find out if other people see their own state like this or am I totally off base here? and is there other parts of Georgia that you think I should pay attention to besides what I've seen along the I-75 route?
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Old 04-19-2010, 06:14 PM
 
Location: Augusta, GA
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Maybe Macon. I haven't been there personally. There are also a couple towns in the TN Valley in GA that are a ways off I-75 if you didn't notice them (La Fayette...Chickamauga), but there isn't a whole lot of things to do in them unless you like the outdoors (and I do).

Also, I'm just talking about I-75.
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Old 04-19-2010, 06:21 PM
 
Location: Tha 6th Bourough
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Maybe Macon. I haven't been there personally. There are also a couple towns in the TN Valley in GA that are a ways off I-75 if you didn't notice them (La Fayette...Chickamauga), but there isn't a whole lot of things to do in them unless you like the outdoors (and I do).

Also, I'm just talking about I-75.
Actually Macon was one of those places I didn't like personally driving through and stopping for a meal...thanks for the response and the advice on looking up La Fayette and Chickamauga
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