Best Western Fort Stewart Inn & Suites

Address: 773 Frank Cochran Dr, Hinesville, Georgia, 31313, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 773 Frank Cochran Dr, Hinesville, is near Fort Stewart.
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Travel Blogs from Hinesville

Savannah - A city built upon its dead (Literally)

A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Nov 13, 2014

4 comments, 63 photos

Savannah is considered the most haunted city in America. Founded in 1733, it has a long history of death, disease, and other tragedies. It is the largest Historic District in the United States containing tens of thousands of unmarked graves. It has been said by a few historians that you can not walk for more than a few feet in Savannah’s Historic District without passing over a body. While most burials were contained within the walls of burial areas such as Colonial ...

Wormsole

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Oct 10, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

We drove to the Wormsole State Historic Site this morning. As we turned the corner into the site, we first saw a neat entrance archway, and then beyond the arch was a majestic avenue, lined on either side by over 400 live oak trees. The 1.5 miles entrance to Wormsloe Historic Site takes you back to a different era - 18th-century Georgia.

Wormsloe is the only standing architectural remains in Savannah from the founding ...

Night 2: Screaming and coughing

A travel blog entry by splencner on Dec 27, 2013

3 photos

Night 2: Screaming and coughing I went to bed with shivers and was a bit delirious. Makes sense when you drive 993 miles over the Appalachians with a screaming, teething baby for half those miles. And throw in a nasty cold to top it off. At least the weather was good: clear and in the 50's. The dark winter morning was spent alone, just me and my podcasts. I cut through Indiana and decided to go the Cincinnati route to Florida, ...

4th of July!

A travel blog entry by vickymack on Jul 04, 2012

3 comments

... every cheese american themed song to accompany them. Then it was back to the buses, which anyone who has been to a football game will know, getting out the stadium is difficult...let alone with 300 hyper kids. We finally made it back to the bus but it took us about an hour to get all 10 Pembroke buses out the car park. Then it was about 3 hours drive back cause of traffic. I slept most of the way cause I was beat! When we got ...

We got out!!!

A travel blog entry by vickymack on Jun 26, 2012

3 comments

... really good. I got an order of sweet and sour chicken. Mmmmm. The people we were there with we're really fun, it was so good to catch up with them all again. Then back to camp to be lock away for another while "/ So the kids come tomorrow...aaaaahhhh. We have to getup super early to be ready for them so perhaps no blog tomorrow :( Okay so my thoughts on my co counsellors so far. Danna the Israeli seems ...