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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... you spell that! So she took us over on her boat which was very nice indeed. Everyone on the water were posh families spending the day speed boating, jet skiing etc. (how the other half live hey) We got over to the beach which was like a shipwrecked island, nice white sand and the lake was like a hot bath. We spent most of the afternoon/evening there. We met an American guy from Georgia who at first we were a bit hesitant to chat to because he was on his own ( and I always get ...
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 ...
... speechless. LOL
I haven't seen mom for a couple of years so it was too bad that we had such a limited time to visit. We did stay for about an hour. Most of that time I worked on her computer (yes, my mother is 88 and does email!) while she and Jeff chatted.
Eventually, we had to say goodbye and get back in the car.
This day is going to be a little different than you may have thought (surely you aren't surprised!). Last night Jeff figured out that ...
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.
... itself, which was a key rail center and gateway to the heart of the Confederacy. In late August the Federal Army, under General William Rosecrans, crossed below Chattanooga, forcing Confederate General Braxton Bragg to withdraw southward, abandoning Chattanooga. We drove to the top of Lookout Mountain, which saw some heavy fighting around the periphery, without the Federals gaining the mountain top. The views from the Mountain are ...