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Old 06-09-2016, 12:24 PM   #1
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Trip to Rosman N.C.

We're renting a 4 bedroom home this July, and will leave the RV at home, but would still like some input on the best route..

Going from Tampa Fl., planning to take #75 north to Atlanta, over to #85 and than continue north on #178.

Thanks for the input.
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I would recommend I4 to I95 to I26 to exit 40. A little longer (less than 20 mi.), but it avoids the Atlanta nightmare.
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I would recommend I4 to I95 to I26 to exit 40. A little longer (less than 20 mi.), but it avoids the Atlanta nightmare.
I agree except for the part of being 20 minutes longer. If you hit Atlanta at the wrong time the other route will be an hour faster
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I second (or third) the advice given to avoid Atlanta traffic if you can. Your trip around Atlanta can take an hour. At other times, the same trip can take SEVERAL hours.
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I would recommend I4 to I95 to I26 to exit 40. A little longer (less than 20 mi.), but it avoids the Atlanta nightmare.

Thanks for the info. Looking at google maps, exit 40 appears to be Airport Rd (#280) and from there I would go Southeast about 20 miles. Is that better than #64 west ?
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Thanks for the info. Looking at google maps, exit 40 appears to be Airport Rd (#280) and from there I would go Southeast about 20 miles. Is that better than #64 west ?
64 is going thru Hendersonville. Lot of lights go to airport exit it is much faster. I live in Hendersonville.
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Thanks to everyone for their input. I'm familiar with 95 & 26 so I'll take that route.

The larger roads will make it easier to find a grocery store and load up for the week.
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