Econo Lodge Byron/Old Macon Rd
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... and a jet ski. It was a huge house. The lady was a retired South African biologist and her husband had gone sailing round America while we were there. (How very posh) The first morning we headed over to Walmart to grab some groceries which we thought would help save money. The only thing is, everything in the supermarkets are massive too. Family size everything! So we were going to kayak over from the house to this beach on the other side of the lake. But the lady had lost an awe ...
A quick blog today. I will add to when I have more time. At this stage all I will say is that we are late in due to horrendous traffic on various interstates. It has been very hot and humid so need a drink and some food. I will catch up with you ...
... route was on a Georgia Scenic Byway. Very pretty.
John was at work so we stopped there first. Jeff had called ahead (don't know if anyone where John works knows CPR and didn't want to find out!). We weren't there 3 minutes before Patty appeared. The four of us visited for about ten minutes, then Jeff and I followed Patty home so we could see their house. Then back to John's.
Jeff and I had ordered and were eating a medium veggie pizza (bad, ...
We stopped by the Allman Brothers museum at Macon (rhymes with bacon) yesterday, which is 'the big house' where the band all lived at the height of their creative period. Definitely one for the obsessive fan, but still ok just to wander around aimlessly, despite a lack of any meaningful labelling. Hey, that's rock and roll, dude.
... and General Joseph E. Johnston of the Confederacy. Kennesaw Mountain was a key point, as it was within sight of Atlanta and the much sought-after industrial base for the Confederacy. To this point, General Sherman had used a series of right-flanking moves in trying to get around General Johnston, but decided at Kennesaw to use a frontal assault. It was an ill-fated decision that cost him dearly in casualties. The main assaults actually took ...