Quality Inn & Suites Bremen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Writing from the Crescent, the train from New Orleans to New York, just outside of Atlanta. Bourbon street was insane: people of all ages, races and sports team affiliations drinking open containers in the streets on a Sunday night. The police are as much of a tourist attraction as the strip clubs, and will let you pet their horses and take pictures with them. We started out with a couple of hurricanes (a local cocktail of rum and passion fruit juice) at Pat ...
... issues driving home.
We all agreed that our first time kayaking was a highlight of the trip.
Peggy calculates our expenses. The approximate expenses for each person for the week were:
Condo $200, food and meals out $100, gas $56, entrance fees and MARTA $64. Total for each person $420.
We did not get up early today. We did the water aerobics again today and spent part of the morning by the pool. We watched a movie. Joan read, Carol cross stitched, Peggy and Linda stayed longer at the pool.
Ruth visited with us at dinner time after her travels for the day.
... under our shirts, shorts, and jackets.
Peggy and Linda are in one kayak. Joan and Carol are in another kayak. Ranger Don gave us initial instructions about kayaking and added more on the water. Don is in a kayak with his niece who is a biologist with the state of Georgia. We kayaked on the reservoir and through a metal corrugated tube under a road (we had to be low in our seats and watch out ...
... ferns, and plants as we walked on the wooded trail alongside the white-water rapids to the ruins of the mill. He also gave us lots of information about the mill's history. We enjoyed the hike. It is only about a half mile to the mill. The mill was active prior to the Civil War in the 1800's and was burned by Union soldiers during the war. The women and children who lived in the area were transported ...