Washington Plantation Bed and Breakfast

15 Lexington Avenue, Washington, Georgia, 30673, United States | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 15 Lexington Avenue, Washington, is near Callaway Plantation, Washington-Wilkes Historical Museum, and Robert Toombs House State Historic Site.
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    Time for an update...

    A travel blog entry by porkchopexpress on Apr 30, 2013

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    So, I guess it is indeed time for an update on this blog as I have received multiple inquiries if we are still on the road.

    Sorry but I, have gotten tired of talking about our lives via blog...

    After leaving Cedar Key, FL at the first of 2013, we did a 2 month stent in Naples, FL workamping. It was supposed to be 3 months, but we shortened the sentence & truly enjoyed having a home on wheels & the attitude ...


    A travel blog entry by marinob on Apr 15, 2013

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    As we didn't want to stay too long in Florence we take the I-20 to Columbus and then the US-378 to McCormick. We find a good spot to stay: the Savanna Lakes Resort and Marina. It's newly (re-)opened and it seems we're the only guests. We got a room close to the lake and enjoy a very quiet night. ...

    Random Thoughts

    A travel blog entry by mitchnsue on Mar 07, 2013

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    ... Chang Rai: Max, May, Max's parents, all Max’s school friends, Bryan & Kimberley from Holland. Hong Kong: Eriko & Harry, Joe, the KL friend, Grace & Chris (hotel hostesses) and Marzio. Macau: our guide.

    These are people we met because of exchange programs. We have been active in American Field Service but there are other programs that are included here. Of the above people, seventeen of them were exchange students ...

    Home, Sweet, Home

    A travel blog entry by mitchnsue on Mar 05, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... make the connection. If we made it would our luggage? We were lucky because both we and our luggage made the connection. We even took time to grab a yoghert (lunch) in the airport.

    Cheri was to meet us in Atlanta. There have been some changes to that airport. We breezed through deplaning and picking up our luggage. It took us about ...

    Still in McCormick

    A travel blog entry by mitchnsue on Dec 12, 2012


    We are still in McCormick. We are learning about this blog thing.

    The suitcases aren't packed but we are working on it. We are limited to 44 pounds including carry on luggage unless we pay an overweight fee. Our clothing must be light weight and quick drying. Does anyone have a suggestion for men's quick drying boxer shorts that don't ...