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Has anyone ever traveled us 27 from the Florida line north thru Georgia? If so what did you think about it.

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Nope but sounds like a great drive!


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I like it in south Georgia, from Columbus south. Middle Georgia part isn't to bad, but LaGrange and Carrollton don't have a bypass. Good from I-20 up to Rome. I don't take it north of Rome, take GA-53 over to I-75 at Calhoun. In fact most of the time we will take the interstate to Columbus going south. We just early enough to get thru Atlanta before the rush.


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I’ve traveled[emoticon]ost of it. I live in Newnan, which is probably the middle of it. Not a bad drive at all, but in south GA there is not much,
I’d consider grabbing the interstate from Columbus to Newnan. The interstate is very light traffic, and mostly new pavement, and is an easy stretch,


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Yes, several times. It's a nice mostly leisurely drive. Be sure to take the bypass around Columbus. I also take off at Rome over to I-75 at Calhoun, then at Dalton take the Dalton Bypass/Cleveland Highway and avoid the Chattanooga area entirely.


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Thanks for the info. I was mainly wanting to avoid Atlanta plus some different scenery.

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Heading north the key is to get to Newnan; south it's Rome.

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