Country Inn & Suites Cartersville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... we don't need to buy water during the day. We also have a very versatile camera (Canon PowerShot SX40) which has great zoom (35X optical) but only weighs about a pound. Yes, we have rain gear.
We are trying something new this trip: we have purchased an unlocked wifi hotspot and gotten service from T-Mobile. T-Mobile, while not the greatest in the US, is the major carrier where we are going ...
We spent the day biking and looking around the ends of the park we hadn't seen yet. We went over to an old homestead, saw the Marina and enjoyed the views. I almost ran right into a deer on the way home. Pretty cool. Thunder and lightening threatened in late afternoon but only a few drops were around. All in all a very nice ...
... club sandwich I had was big enough for Bob and I to have two meals each!! We drove past Atlanta which, in our big RV, is a white knuckle gripping experience. We made it safe and sound but I was pretty exhausted. Now we are just NW of Atlanta staying for 3 nights at this gorgeous State Park. We are surrounded by trees and are Happy Campers. We arrived yesterday evening, took a little bike ride around as dinner cooked ...
... victory at Chattanooga as part of General Sherman's campaign through northwestern Georgia to capture Atlanta and continue onwards towards the sea. There’s a road to the summit of Kennesaw Mountain, but it’s closed on weekends when the park is mobbed with suburbanites enjoying the outdoors, so I got some exercise for the day. You can see Atlanta’s skyscraper’s from the top, although it’s far ...
Georgia and I went to the towncentre "mall today" and practically shopped until we almost dropped, and didn't even go to most of upstairs! When we walked in we literally did not know where to begin! we decided to start at one end and work our way across, then head upstairs and do the same. the difficult thing is in a different country, is that you don't really know what stores are good, what stores sell, what their sizing is like, which stores are cheap, so we had to ...