Econo Lodge

Address: 1888 East Main Street, Hogansville, Georgia, 30230, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 1888 East Main Street, Hogansville.
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Travel Blogs from Hogansville

Warm Springs and FDR's Little White House

A travel blog entry by travelagain on Mar 23, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... about FDR and his visits to Georgia. The museum includes a very good film about the Little White House and FDR’s relationship to Georgia. FDR’s work to bring electricity to rural areas of the south is an outcome of his conversations with people who live in the area.

Interesting note: We note the coincidence that FDR was a generation ahead of the Carter family. It was President ...

The Walking Dead, Turkey, and FDR

A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Nov 21, 2014

1 comment, 53 photos

Our journey to Fayetteville, Georgia was timed perfectly with the Thanksgiving holiday. Who else to best enjoy consuming mass quantities of food with then family? Lucky for us Casey's sister Lisa and husband Phil graciously extended an invitation. So we park our RV in a nearby storage lot and move into their lovely home to enjoy this special time.

Given that we arrived in the week leading up to the big event, we were able to jump in, roll up our sleeves, ...

The Little White House

A travel blog entry by sarahdurnan on Oct 27, 2014

11 photos

... Franklin D. Roosevelt's second home and escape from the pressures of being president. He originally came to warm springs as he had heard the water brought relief for polio suffers. The Little White House is also where he died whilst having his portrait painted. It's now been turned into a museum about FDR's life and the changes he made during his ...

Visiting the FDR Little White House

A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Aug 30, 2014

63 photos

... two sentry posts was called a "bump gate"...I guess when you tapped it with the bumper of the car, it would swing open. Along with the home, you also visit the servant's quarters and see his 1940's Willys. He also owned a 1938 Ford Convertible which he developed hand controls for so that he could drive it.

President Roosevelt died in this house, having had a massive stroke, while his portrait was being painted in ...

Callaway Gardens

A travel blog entry by cblake3493 on Jul 24, 2014

40 photos

... hot. We heard about raptors (an owl, two hawks, and a vulture) which flew over the crowd during the presentation.

Callaway Gardens is huge. We drove our vehicle to see the many sights. We visited the chapel, the horticulture center, the vegetable garden, and other sights. We walked 4.5 miles today. We were very tired.



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