This is a new Inn in Madison called the James Madison Inn. We were told how lovely it was so we went in to check it out. It is a small Inn with only 19 rooms. It reminds me more of a boutique hotel, but they have done such a beautiful job. Here are some pictures of the inside.
I loved this art hanging on the wall. It went so beautifully in the stairwell here. I failed to get the artists name. After leaving, I thought that this may be a great spot for Don and I to celebrate our 11th wedding anniversary in September.
We left the Inn in search of ice cream. After all, it wouldn't be a day out if we didn't have ice cream.Down the street from the Inn was Scoops. This was the cutest shop filled with ice cream and lots and lots of candy.
Here are the girls enjoying their treats. April (in the middle) tried one called Birthday Cake and it looked, smelled and tasted just like cake. It was too sweet for me, but perfect if you are a kid!We headed out after our ice cream to a few more shops. At each street corner are these lovely signs. They have listed all of the shops and in which direction you can go to find them. They are so pretty.We walked this last side of the square to get back to the car and it was so pretty with the old buildings, large columns and brick sidewalks. We had a great time in Madison and will be going back soon. If you find yourself in central Georgia any time, make this one of your stops.