Executive Inn & Suites

508 S Harris Street, Sandersville, Georgia, 31082, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 508 S Harris Street, Sandersville.
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    Travel Blogs from Sandersville

    On the way...once Richie finishes packing.

    A travel blog entry by nreonas on Apr 21, 2013

    So it begins...errr...well,almost anyways. Bags are all packed (except for Richie's, though I think he is almost there!), checked into the flight, and about to roll out to Atlanta. Now my only worries are getting a full body cavity search by security at the airport, and the 2-4 inches of snow expected for Denver tomorrow ...

    "Mommy, what's a Sequester??"

    A travel blog entry by nreonas on Mar 05, 2013

    What is Sequestration, you all may be asking yourselves? Well, allow me to explain, because I have become quite the expert over the last couple of weeks. Basically, it is across the board, automatic budget cuts for pretty much every Federal agency. It was put into place a couple of years ago when all this hub-bub with the budget began. In simple terms, the Federal government has been running off of a series of "continuing ...

    63 Days....annnndddd counting.

    A travel blog entry by nreonas on Feb 16, 2013

    So, I got to thinking (I know, I know; I do this entirely too much, and sentences that start off with "So, I got to thinking" usually lead to some kind of debaucherous mischief with this crew): what if for this year's epic man trip, I was to keep some kind of log or journal? And what if I could do that, and put it where everybody could see it as we go along? Then I thought, how in the world would I go about ...

    See some light

    A travel blog entry by maldo421 on Oct 11, 2012

    Slowly and God willing, I am still in the recovery process. It's a battle everyday, these things don't heal overnight - or month or summer (as I had expected). I've finally returned to my everyday routines without too much of a hassle; riding my bike, cooking dinner, attending class, and getting ...

    From the frying pan to the fire

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on Aug 02, 2012

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    The fine folks at Complete Auto Care, jumped right in and tried to get Babe to commit the same sin as the day before. We ran her hard until she overheated. That’s when she wouldn’t restart and they were able to determine that it was a fuel pump problem. I told Adam to go ahead and replace both the primary and secondary pumps to be sure.

    Mz. Tricia the Complete family ...