Hampton Inn Americus
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn Americus
This hotel was alright, and was located near Jimmy Carter's house, which is a major tourist attraction in the city of Plains. The food was alright and I enjoyed the view of the city outside the window. I didn't stay in the hotel for too long, as I was with my family most of the time.
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... true for both the Union and the Confederacy. Andersonville was truly a horrible place.
The visitor’s center has a very good film about the prison. Also on the grounds is the National Prisoner of War Camp which honors and remembers American POWs in all wars since the Revolution. There is also an excellent film with readings from deceased prisoners of all wars and lots of interviews with living POWs from World ...
... term investment!
Interesting note: Have you ever seen older farm houses where there is no grass around the house, where the dirt is swept clean? I now know why. The yards are swept clean to keep bugs and snakes away from the house. Who know?!?
Last stop in Plains is Plains Peanut Store to stock up on some Georgia peanuts. Over all it is a good day. The skies are gray, but the rain stays away. ...
... We see one motor home towing a truck with a golf cart in the truck bed. Do what you have to do to get your stuff where you want to go! It’s the snowbirds going back home. They’ll get there in time to do their taxes. Spring has come and Florida is getting warm. Time to go north for the summer!
We arrive after a 7 hour trip ready to get out of the truck. Getting set up is a learning process—relearning/remembering ...
... to face these challenges when I was working in oncology. ...I'm so glad I dropped in to visit - I took pictures and I only wish they truly reflected this happy family - I wanted to be part of it!! Malkanti and Asoka would be proud!!! I didn't do my rude thing and pull out my iPad to post an entry ( like I did with Carole and family) - so the location stamp here won't read Atlanta, Georgia ...but this place where I camped last night....Cordele is a mere 152 miles south ...
... to Habitat. One story from one fellow who was the first construction director before there even was a Habitat told a great one. They were building one of the firs homes at Koinonia under the kind of model for partnership housing. Back in the early 70's, a home built with volunteer labor cost about $5 or 6,000 . One foundation was under way and this man was concerned that they would have enough funds to finish the ...