Comfort Suites - Georgetown
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The reservation process went smoothly over the mobile phone and check-in was fast. The room was perfect - clean, quiet and all the features. Breakfast was great in the morning. All in all quite satisfactory.
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7:00 am Left Raven Croft Terrace, The Villages, Florida
9:30 am entered Georgia
1:30 pm through downtown Atlanta
3:00 pm entered Tennessee
5:30 pm entered Kentucky
7:00 pm passed Berea, Kentucky
7:45 pm stopped in Georgetown, Kentucky
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