Madison Oaks Inn & Gardens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... by Nissan and BMW which provides about 150 miles/hr charging rate or slightly less than half of the Supercharger).
Tomorrow's destination is Norfolk, VA so that means we'll hit Superchargers in Charlotte, NC; Burlington, NC; and South Hill, VA.
Not sure where we are staying or charging tomorrow night but that is part of the adventure! Relax honey, we'll be fine and yes, we have solid plans for all the nights you are on the trip with us ;-)
Today was the long travel day to start the trip, dedicated to getting as close to the East Coast as we could in one day. We covered 840 miles as we traveled out of Texas and then across Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and then into Georgia.
Driving and charging were smooth and easy. The adaptive cruise control made the drive as easy as possible (until full autopilot arrives, soon please Elon!) and also maximized ...
... 1950s diner called "Clocked"for a burger and a huge thunder and lightning storm blew through....very fast and tons of rain for about 30 minutes. We were outside until the lightening got a little too close and then we moved inside....first time we had a not really friendly server. Went back to the Springhill Suites and got ready for the trip to Atlanta ...
... which are just outside Athens... They ar stunning, and free a beautiful tropical greenhouse, a herb garden and a Physic garden... Then an international, flower, shade, native, an old fashioned settlers garden and a lovely group of sculptures at the visitor center. We could have stayed much longer. But as it was the end of the day we went to a converted garage called Teds for pizza, Happy Hour Beer at 2:50 and pizza... It's was nice as we could sit outside and people ...
... how can you be in the south and not give them a try. LOL We were out for a drive today and stopped to find out more about the peanuts. A customer at the stand wanted to know where in WA we were from. He knew that Everett was the town about 30 miles north of Seattle. He was at Fort Lewis after the Vietnam War and worked for the Seattle PI for a few years. He now lives here in GA. Small world. He proceeded to educate us on the proper southern way ...