Country Inn & Suites Cartersville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and laughter started...it was great to spend time with the brothers. Next we drove to eat dinner at the "Twisted Kilt" (think Hooters meets Scottish outfits/kilts). Then back to Kev's bachelor house where we hung out and finally slept as everyone was kinda tired ...
... idea of the complexity of making pig iron from iron ore. One thing I learned was why it's called pig iron: the molten iron is allowed to flow from the furnace down a channel with little ingot molds coming off it (like regularly spaced driveways on both sides of a street). The molten iron cools; then the ingots are broken off the channel. The workers thought the ingots attached to the channel looked like ...
... still a lot left to do). Tonight, we will be reminded of just how awesome our TempurPedic mattress is, and how much we've missed it this past month :-) Trip Summary 30 Days 6790 miles driven 148:10 hours in the car 44.5 miles on the trail 24 NPS sites visited 2 National Battlefields 1 National Battlefield Site 2 National Parkways 1 National River 1 National Military Park 6 National Monuments 7 National Historic Sites 1 National Preserve 2 National Parks 1 National ...
After looking passively for an RV for years and actively for several months, we found the fifth wheel that we (really) wanted and we worked the deal. We hastily packed preparing for our trip. We already had other appointments scheduled in Georgia so we didn't get out of town until 5 PM. We would tie our purchase into a fun camping trip back home, centered around my NASCAR Experience Package in Charlotte, ...
... Ridge was a 'secret city' during WWII with 75,000 residents all working for the purpose of extracting uranium-235 for the atomic bomb. The employees knew that they were contributing to the war effort but because of the secrecy surrounding the 'Manhattan Project' they had no idea of what the end result of their efforts would be. The story of the secret city is told in the American Museum of Science ...