Days Inn & Suites Fort Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... but he was actually really interesting to talk to and he loved the fact we were British. He said it will be a day he will always remember. I guess I do have that affect on people. (Haha) So we spent that day and the next just chilling out on the beach. It was a lovely place but not much to see so I doubt I would go back. We then went to Juliet to see the Whistle Stop Cafe which was really cool. The film is actually set there and it's like an old village with shops and people who ...
A quick blog today. I will add to when I have more time. At this stage all I will say is that we are late in due to horrendous traffic on various interstates. It has been very hot and humid so need a drink and some food. I will catch up with you ...
Wow! We slept so well, but we really have to get up and get going!
On our way to SC yesterday I had called my very favorite female cousin, Pam, to ask her to tell her mom that I would be in Simpsonville today but only for 30 minutes or so. I wouldn't have time to swing by, but wanted her to know I was thinking about her.
Sam, Linda, Lawson, Charlie and now Pam and aunt Patsy were all sworn to secrecy as we are going to just pop in to see my mom. ...
As we drove through another big storm yesterday, the radio cut in with a garbled warning announcement mentioning the word 'tornado' and sounding very serious. We later found out that the tornado warning was for central Georgia, which was exactly our location at the time. But we didn't see one, just heavy rain. So the tornado box remains un-ticked in my I ...
... and General Joseph E. Johnston of the Confederacy. Kennesaw Mountain was a key point, as it was within sight of Atlanta and the much sought-after industrial base for the Confederacy. To this point, General Sherman had used a series of right-flanking moves in trying to get around General Johnston, but decided at Kennesaw to use a frontal assault. It was an ill-fated decision that cost him dearly in casualties. The main assaults actually took ...