Madison Oaks Inn & Gardens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... game of Monkey in the Middle that got pretty physical and lasted far longer than anyone could have predicted. We found a great spot on a side street to watch the downtown fireworks from a golf cart and played with sparklers in the driveway. Saturday morning we got up early to have breakfast at IHOP on our way to see Maleficent at one of the newer movie theaters nearby. More family was visiting that evening so ...
... The earlier service reminded us more of our service at home with contemporary songs and a praise team/ band. During the traditional service, Parker preached basically the same sermon, but the choir sang a song.
We left after the service and headed for Nashville, and opted to get lunch north of Atlanta.
... went to see a movie at their new 12-screen Carmike Cinemaplex. We decided to watch whatever movie was the next available - it happened to be Divergent. We all like it pretty well. I think we were all surprised at how well we liked it. I'm glad I saw it, now I can dive into the book since I'll be teaching it next year. :-) Later we drove over to Athens and ate at The Varsity. I think the 2 coneys and onion rings will hold me for awhile....until the next trip ...
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... as brick and wood construction. Some of the old homes in the historic towns are huge, well cared for and have little plackets out front with the buildings history.
We were very lucky to find a site in the state park for the holiday weekend. We didn't have a reservation and usually the parks are full on holidays. The park ranger told us they have had lower attendance due to the economy this year. Lucky for us, though not for them.
The park ...