Green Palm Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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"He's leaving, leaving on that midnight train to Georgia." I love that song by Gladys Knight and the Pips (Smeady remember slow dancing to it on many an evening after yet another heavy night out?!) but it's not the only reason to come to Georgia although I had to weave it in some how! We arrived in Rincon Georgia quite late after a long drive from Alabama and headed to our air bnb accommodation which looked slightly scary as we ...
... one of them up a bit earlier.
It was a real pleasure talking to Bill and getting to hear some of his stories. Cheryl and I both enjoyed listening to him. I’m sure he could talk all day about things he has seen and done in his life. I think by then I would understand every word he said.
After dinner we took Harley around the park for a walk and to see what the rest of it looked like. It was very spacious with paved roads and lots ...
... groups in the country, more than 40 percent of 2,500 buildings inventoried in Savannah had architectural or historical significance. Most restoration has been accomplished by individuals – one building at a time. With the addition of the Savannah College of Art and Design in the late 1970s, historic preservation ...
... Augusta, GA and the others from Mississippi. We love getting to know other people at these bed and breakfasts and listening to their travel stories and livelihoods. It is definitely one of the reasons Blake and I choose to spend a little extra at these inns vs. a hotel. It is a home away from home and community-based. I asked Lloyd where we could get some fresh island seafood to bring up to the northern Georgia mountains where we are meeting Rob and my mom for a ...
... southern cook books. Anyway we parked up and had a walk about, stopping at the information centre and picking up some valuable coupons! Our stop for lunch was at the tiny little place called Angels BBQ, which looked like we had wandered into someone's front room which they had converted into a serving counter. But we quickly knocked back one of their famous pulled pork sandwiches (not their competition hot one though!!) ...