Days Inn Thomasville
No prices 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:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn Thomasville
Travel Blogs from Thomasville
Not a whole lot to share for today. We both went to work for most of the day and got on the road about 5 PM for a 4 hour drive to Thomasville, GA, where we spent the night with some friends. We had not seen the NeSmith's in a couple years so it was great to spend some time with them even though it was short. It's incredible how fast kids can start playing with other kids they've never met and act like they've known each other for years in no time at all.
Miles driven to date: 293
Was up at 0600hrs, showered, dressed and in the lobby by 0620 waiting for a cab. The cab driver from the previous evening had estimated going to the same address at this time of day would take 35 minutes, in reality it took 7. A full 28 minutes of rack time squandered!
At the surgical suite we did some last minute testing and tweaking, replaced an audio cable that somehow went bad overnight and shot ...
... to stay up for about 5 hours, and then slept for about 5. Landed in San Fran at 10:30 AM local time. Getting through customs with Global Entry is THE BEST. Took less than 2 minutes. The biggest hassle was the fact that I changed airlines from United to US Air, so had to get my luggage and lug it upstairs in another terminal to check it in at the US Air counter. Then I had three hours to kill. That's when I got tired! Think I fell asleep on the San Fran to Charlotte ...
Heading north west today towards New Orleans, we will spend today in Fort Walton. A very quiet day today, caught up on laundry and David worked on our budget diary. Went to Red Lobster for dinner ate too much :( beautiful sunset we sat outside at the restaurant overlooking the ...
... the premises and we were able to film inside with the chef. At 4pm I tucked into the finished product of the farm and restaurant in a truly satisfying American burger. The bacon was what my dear mother would refer to as 'a culinary orgasm', and even the ketchup was made in the restaurant. I really felt a sense of satisfaction in promoting these small farms and farmers and given them the recognition they deserve. A good find if I do say to myself.