Hilton Garden Inn Tifton
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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9:00 am.......59 degrees......68059........foggy when we got up. gas at Tifton.......35.95 on visa. Potty, coffee and cinnamelts at Alachua, FL.....2.49 cash. Checked in at Saratoga Springs about 2:45. Great room on 4th floor in Congress Park. Unloaded and moved in by 4:00. After a bourbon each we walked over to the Carriage ...
... the States and has an award-winning film presentation.
Outside of the museum is a monument which marks the exact spot where Davis was captured. Still standing near this mark is an old Longleaf Pine which is over 150 years old and was standing at the time of his capture on May 10, 1865. As the Union army advanced on Davis, there were two separate troops (one from Wisconsin and the other from Michigan) ...
... combo to share and were showed up by the three yocals behind us who ordered a 24 piece bucket and party sized mashed potatoes #'MURICA. It was then on to Tennessee where we stopped in Knoxdale at a place called Shuck to do an Oyster Shooter comprised of Jack Daniels, Tabasco, and an oyster. Steph struggled to keep it down but thoroughly enjoyed the ...
... t need to go there.
Barbara was able to coast the RV over to the side, and we got on the CB radio (no cell phones then). We talked to one trucker and a fourteen year old boy who was trying to meet girls. No help.
It wasn’t long until a Georgia State Trooper stopped and helped us. He called a tow truck and waited with us until it showed up. Then he drove all four of ...
... life better for their citizens.
Checked into the KOA in Tifton and met our camping neighbor next door. A nice couple from Sebastian FL that was seated at their picnic table with their cat on a leash eyeing all the scurrying squirrels. A friendly cat and greeted both Teds and I as we approached. Not taking no for an answer, we kept offering to ...