Comfort Inn

2209 Shorter Ave., Rome, Georgia, 30165, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 2209 Shorter Ave., Rome.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Fun, friends and fission

A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on Jun 27, 2014

21 photos

... where we spent the afternoon exploring the exhibits. We talked to a volunteer who had worked in the National Laboratory there for 30 years. He introduced us to the exhibition and enjoyed explaining the technology of nuclear fission. He also told us about a three-hour tour that takes you to all of the buildings of the complex. However, after 9/11, the tour is no longer open to non-Americans.
We have ...

How to Lose Weight Quickly

A travel blog entry by rose23engine on May 24, 2014

There's a great deal pressure right now to generally be slim! To be sure with slim, but you must be healthy too and being too thin isn't healthy. People don't realise, specially the girls, you will want to be considered a healthy weight a body and bones. If you don't eat an ample amount of the precise foods, your system doesn't take advantage of the nutrition it needs. If this sounds the case afterward you commence to experience all kinds of ...

Rome-ing the Country!

A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 21, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

... Cherokee lands in Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabama to the US in return for lands in Oklahoma. Ridge and his supporters left early in 1836.

However not all the Cherokee agreed with this and many, who supported John Ross (Andrews brother) stayed and were forced off their land in1838.

The march was over 800 mile and many died from disease, exhaustion, the cold. Of the 13,000 who started out only 8,000 made it. This is why they call it the Trail ...

Davy's on the Road Again, again...

A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 21, 2014

6 comments, 7 photos

... Museum this afternoon.

Nearby is the Willstown Cemetery which is where Cherokee Indians were buried after the mission had started. I'm guessing that the missionaries in this area were Scottish, given the names of the American Indians. There used to be gravestones, but they were all made of natural biodegradable material, so not here now.

Headed for town centre and discovered they had a railroad museum, yep that was shut too.
This ...

Exciting Morning

A travel blog entry by ericandpattie on Feb 01, 2014

We woke up this morning at 4am to the sights and sounds of a fireworks display in our bedroom, complete with sparks, sound, smells and smoke. Unable to find the problem after checking the breakers and fuses, I went outside to check out the power box we were connected to...but to no avail. It wasn't until we were about ready to pull out of the park when it happened again, and ...