Hampton Inn Madison
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... by Nissan and BMW which provides about 150 miles/hr charging rate or slightly less than half of the Supercharger).
Tomorrow's destination is Norfolk, VA so that means we'll hit Superchargers in Charlotte, NC; Burlington, NC; and South Hill, VA.
Not sure where we are staying or charging tomorrow night but that is part of the adventure! Relax honey, we'll be fine and yes, we have solid plans for all the nights you are on the trip with us ;-)
We charged at the Lake Charles and Baton Rouge chargers in LA, Mobile and Greenville in Alabama. We were able to skip over the Auburn and Atlanta superchargers though the nav system would have preferred we didn't. Arrived at the hotel with 15 miles remaining and hopefully the valet staff will have it fully charged by morning. Shouldn't be a problem assuming they put it on one of their destination ...
... which are just outside Athens... They ar stunning, and free a beautiful tropical greenhouse, a herb garden and a Physic garden... Then an international, flower, shade, native, an old fashioned settlers garden and a lovely group of sculptures at the visitor center. We could have stayed much longer. But as it was the end of the day we went to a converted garage called Teds for pizza, Happy Hour Beer at 2:50 and pizza... It's was nice as we could sit outside and people ...
... up Hwy 16 to Macon which took about 2.5 Hrs. We found Riverside Shoppes which ois a. Ew shopping complex a bit like University Center in Seattle had coffee at Starbucks in Barnes and Noble and then Inez and I shopped at Chicos....I found a nice pair of Grey jeans and Inez got a nice top. The to Atlanta International where we dropped them off at around 6:00 .....their flight didn't ...
... he gave us the choice of a Camry, Sonata or a Ford Explorer. We took the Elorer as it was a bit bigger and more comfy...it was only $ 10.00 more and we thought it was worth it. We brought the GPS and after a bit of tinkering we were off to Madison which is east of the city. It's a pretty little town that prospered from the cotton trade in the early 1800s and the wealthy built beautiful ...