Days Inn Ashburn

Address: 823 E. Washington Ave., Ashburn, Georgia, 31704, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 823 E. Washington Ave., Ashburn, is near World's Largest Peanut and Crime & Punishment Museum.
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      Tifton to WDW

      A travel blog entry by jghanse on Dec 28, 2014

      ... main buiding) and went to the Turf Club. Had mint juleps, a delicious crispy shrimp appetizer, and corvina for supper. Delicious......104.65 on magic band. Stopped at the store and bought bread, eggs and butter .......8.41 on magic band........and came back "home". Had sleepy time tea and rosettes and lights out was not far ...

      South of Atlanta ..."...5 ft. high and rising"

      A travel blog entry by bevanow on Dec 24, 2014

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      ... ie..batten down the hatches!! There was a lull until about midnight - then I proceeded through the night - in what best described as going through a continuous car wash!!...boy did it rain. I kept checking the outside ground to make sure there wasn't some creek rising up to get me!! Still rain this am...but warm again. Enough weather!!...boring-- but we do like to talk about it!!! Moving on - south into Florida today ...where to stay on this Christmas Eve??...somewhere dry I ...

      The Jefferson Davis Memorial Site

      A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Sep 04, 2014

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      ... the States and has an award-winning film presentation.

      Outside of the museum is a monument which marks the exact spot where Davis was captured. Still standing near this mark is an old Longleaf Pine which is over 150 years old and was standing at the time of his capture on May 10, 1865. As the Union army advanced on Davis, there were two separate troops (one from Wisconsin and the other from Michigan) ...

      Six Flags over Georgia!

      A travel blog entry by trevandlorna on Jul 07, 2014

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      ... to our overnight stop, with a trip to Longhorn Steakhouse part way! After we dumped the bags we took a trip to Walmart, Trev bought himself an American Football and I bought nothing!- saving myself for the premium outlets tomorrow!!! On the way back to the hotel we found a place called Dairy Queen who sold.......wait for it.........SMORES MILKSHAKES!!!!! Needless to say I had one ...

      Rain, rain,go away!!!

      A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Mar 17, 2014

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      ... when we left this morning. The couple next to us are also attending the rally and they had sat in the rain in the holding area all last night and until noonish today then decided enough is enough.

      The exhibits open tomorrow, YEA! Looking for a few things so gotta take money tomorrow. Don't have to go in as early tomorrow since there is not a seminar we want to attend until 9:45. Tomorrow will be a longer day because we will be attending the entertainment tomorrow ...