Marsh Pond Bed and Breakfast

Address: 506 - 25th Ave E, Cordele, Georgia, 31015, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 506 - 25th Ave E, Cordele.
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Travel Blogs from Cordele

Andersonville excursion

A travel blog entry by sethfield on May 02, 2015

As my time in Columbus came to an end, I made a daylong excursion to the Civil War prison site at Andersonville, an hour to the east of Fort Benning. The prison site itself consisted of little more than an open field with scattered memorials and other prison key points such as Wirz's Headquarters and the famous Providence Spring, but the guided tour of the site was very informative ...

Andersonville, An American Tragedy

A travel blog entry by travelagain on Mar 24, 2015

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... 5 acres that confined 45,000 men from January 1864 to May 1865. Nearly 13,000 died and are buried in the nearby cemetery. More soldiers were both housed here and died here than in any other POW camp on either side of the war. The CSA commander of the camp was later hanged for war crimes of starving the prisoners although supplies were redirected to the fighting armies, where soldiers were also starving, rather than prisoners. ...

Warm Springs and FDR's Little White House

A travel blog entry by travelagain on Mar 23, 2015

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... about FDR and his visits to Georgia. The museum includes a very good film about the Little White House and FDR’s relationship to Georgia. FDR’s work to bring electricity to rural areas of the south is an outcome of his conversations with people who live in the area.

Interesting note: We note the coincidence that FDR was a generation ahead of the Carter family. It was President ...

Plains, GA Home of the President

A travel blog entry by travelagain on Mar 22, 2015

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... street lined with early 20th century 2- and 3-story buildings most of which are still in use by local merchants. There is a huge peanut collection facility on the edge of town and a sign directing passersby to the deer processing plant. Outside of town is a large produce facility which we suppose is for collecting and shipping produce. Streets are quiet without much traffic on a Sunday ...

Travel Day to Americus

A travel blog entry by travelagain on Mar 21, 2015

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March 21, 2015 – Travel Day to Americus, Georgia

Well, spring has come to South Georgia. We're here and it’s warmer than North Carolina.

We leave Charlotte in the cold with bare trees and hazy fog. The grass is brown. The trees are bare. It’s still winter. South Carolina is beginning to look a little greener. The trees are still bare, but they have buds at the end of the branches. There are tall pines with ...