Travel Blogs from Swainsboro
... to start someone asked us where we were from because they didn't think we were from there.
The movie was pretty good but probably not what we all expected.
Before the movie we were taking a picture of the group in front of the sign when the lady taking tickets came out of the door and said she would take it for us so we could all be in it. It was the Sweet Onion Cinema
... They basically had one of the fields that was part of the corn maze in the fall covered with about 3000 eggs. I bet there were about 200 kids there and they let all of them loose. I wasn't sure how Kody and Noel would do, but we were able to help point out the eggs and pick Noel up and move her to where there were bunches of eggs. It was funny watching them start to understand how to find them. I think ...
... and hanging out a bit. When Ashton's parents returned home they took us out for dinner to a restaurant in town, alot of his family came along to meet us English visitors and all were very interested in us and England and the trip we have been doing around the USA. They even took photos to put in the local paper of us visitors from abroad! So after the meal we ...
Another day of driiiiving. Which I had to do. Again. We arrived at about 3 and met Ashton, and quickly made use of the pool they had as we were all quite tired of being hot and bothered. The water was lovely and we spent some time out in the sun generally lazying about. After a while we got out and met Ashton's parents who were very accommodating and friendly and took ...
... flights require a two hour check-in)?
Well David is a trooper. He provides balance in these situations. I remembered that breathing is always beneficial. Consequently the deep inhaling/exhaling exercises began as we deplaned. Without much fanfare the boarding passes were timely acquired and we boarded without incident. Another opportunity to exercise some form of equanimity.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed