Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Rome

Address: 100-110 West 2nd Avenue, Rome, Georgia, 30161, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 100-110 West 2nd Avenue, Rome.
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      First night camping....

      A travel blog entry by bevanow on Dec 22, 2014

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      ... room. Calhoun,Georgia is ~ 70 miles? North of Atlanta. Chose here because it's an easy drive into Atlanta tomorrow to visit Sanjiev and family ...it's been ??8-9 years since we were together in Palo Alto, California ....sad times then when his mother, Malkanti died. Looking forward to seeing the 3 kids now - they will be the true marker of time ...

      Booth Museum - Western Art in the Southeast

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Nov 04, 2014

      64 photos

      ... Museum, Jocelyn Museum, and Gilcrease Museum, as well as Smithsonian American Art Museum and Metropolitan Museum. But there’s also a substantial amount of the genre in several smaller museums with a specialized focus, not all of which are in West, places like Corning and Ogdensburg, New York and Cartersville, GA.

      The Booth Museum has quite a mix, some by the old masters - famous names from George Catlin ...

      Fun, friends and fission

      A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on Jun 27, 2014

      21 photos

      ... Ridge was a 'secret city' during WWII with 75,000 residents all working for the purpose of extracting uranium-235 for the atomic bomb. The employees knew that they were contributing to the war effort but because of the secrecy surrounding the 'Manhattan Project' they had no idea of what the end result of their efforts would be. The story of the secret city is told in the American Museum of Science ...

      Rome-ing the Country!

      A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 21, 2014

      3 comments, 8 photos

      ... br> It is worth appreciating that the Cherokee lands originally included all of Tennessee and Kentucky, as well as a third of Alabama, North Carolina, Mississippi and Georgia. It's also worth appreciating that the Cherokee took the US to court and won in the Supreme Court the right to be recognised as a nation with their own lands. Andrew Jackson ignored the legal ruling and went ahead with the treaty.

      In 1838/9 Major Ridge, his son and a nephew were ...

      Davy's on the Road Again, again...

      A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 21, 2014

      6 comments, 7 photos

      ... and very quiet.

      Speed limits a bit confusing, my Satnav said 70mph and everyone seems to be doing that, but the signs said 55mph.
      As usual all the signs had minimum speed limits too.

      Got to Fort Payne and it was shut!!! Followed some Trail of Tears signs to a Cherokee Chief's home, called the Andrew Ross house. The house is now privately owned, although photographs of the outside are encouraged.
      There is more to this story, as I may get to ...