Comfort Inn Civic Center
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Civic Center Augusta
Travel Blogs from Augusta
... with them last year
Barbara - Canyon Crew member from way back . . . Traveled together many times!
Cyndy - another original Canyon Crew fellow traveler. Shared many adventures!
Nancy - a new member of our little adventure traveling group . . . Welcome to her!
Cyndy, Barbara, Dave, and I did a ...
... take one of the four of us!! I have posted that! He was an interesting guy with a very strong Scottish accent! Quite charming! "Oh, if you don't like this weather, there is something wrong with yah!!'
The berries are more like what we called huckleberries, much smaller than commercial blueberries. It was a nice stop. But, we had some more miles to make to get a little south of Bangor, Maine.
... round camps that they visit on weekends and TONS of things for people to do. Mini golf, basket ball, baseball, tennis, two pool, 3 hot tubs, a big lake, sailing, fishing, a game room, restaurant, etc., etc....
He was a love and went and did the laundry for us while I laid around on a heating pad. (Boo!)
... weather only got better, and the views even more spectacular - some of the houses and estates were beyond comprehension in size and grandeur.
Approaching the coast of Maine, I was reminded about how beautiful the rocky shoreline is, and how much I had enjoyed being there, even on foggy, rainy days. Today in the sunshine, it was beautiful, but in a completely different way.
We finally turned inland as we flew ...
Started with another quick pack up, drive 2 hours and quick set up in Richmond. It's Chris' day, it's overcast and apparently we have been behind a huge rainstorm. We had about 2 minutes of rain where we barely had the wipers on. Drove into Augusta, the capital of Maine to see the state buildings etc. We toured the state building and I have to say, it was pretty impressive inside. And for a non-historian ...