Hilton Garden Inn Columbus
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... d consider a rockin’ fun college town like Charlottesville, Chapel Hill,
Athens, GA, or Lawrence, KS. Where states have both a major university and a
major land grant university (Kansas, Iowa, Colorado, Montana, Washington, Utah)
the land grant school tends to be the more conservative of the two. But
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Year 2, Day 121 Calloway Gardens. Unfortunately not the most beautiful time for us to be going to the gardens, but it was fun to see. They were having a balloon festival, so we got up bright and early to see that, but it wasn't that great and they tethered most of the balloons that were there, but we had seen some in the West (and rode in 2), so it wasn't that ...
Last full day in the U.S. Before I leave for Australia. There seems to be so much to remember and prepare for the long flight, so I'm starting now! Hopefully I don't forget anything! I know it's going to be such an amazing experience, but I can't express how much I'm going to miss my loving husband. Jeremy, I love you and can't wait to see you when I ...
We drove to Callaway Gardens, located in Pine Mountain, which is about 1.75 hours away from us. Our first stop was the Butterfly Garden for a lecture on butterflies and creating a butterfly garden.
We ate our lunch at a picnic table.
Due to the large number in the audience, the Birds of Prey show was held outside. It was sunny ...
... Mountain Laser Show projected on the enormous 'rock', which also has the carved portraits of three Confederate heroes from the Civil War, Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee and 'Stonewall' Jackson. Interestingly, the carvings were initially done under the leadership of Gutzon Borglum, son of Danish immigrants, who moved on to carve the four presidents on Mount Rushmore. For those of you who are unfamiliar with ...