Holiday Inn Cartersville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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As exciting as it is to start a vacation, it is usually just as exciting to come home. That is especially true when you've been gone for a month! We got an early start to avoid the worst of the Atlanta rush hour traffic. Unfortunately, no bagel toppers for breakfast. Mix in a screaming child, and finally being east of the Mississippi River, and we opted for a Chick-Fil-A breakfast. Oh, how we've missed Chick-Fil-A! In fact, we've missed it so much that we stopped there ...
... cause to try. (Sorry Tim, haven't had the chance to tell you about that yet). Just make sure you buy the wagon model, the space is about the minimum useful with five people. I'll admit, I kinda laughed when he bought it, but it's a pretty impressive machine. It takes balls to sell your truck and hop into a Prius. Lightening bugs are badass! Every time I see them I think , "How the hell did you evolve blinking ass, and moreover, why?" I'm sure ...
After looking passively for an RV for years and actively for several months, we found the fifth wheel that we (really) wanted and we worked the deal. We hastily packed preparing for our trip. We already had other appointments scheduled in Georgia so we didn't get out of town until 5 PM. We would tie our purchase into a fun camping trip back home, centered around my NASCAR Experience Package in Charlotte, ...
... at the Mounds on September 8th. Don’t miss the fall events on October 6th that will include weaponry, flint knapping, basket weaving and pottery; all essential to the survival of the Native Americans. The Nighttime Hayride with Native American Stories by fireside will take place on November 2nd and 3rd.
So, take a page from the past and ...
... a platform for temples, a mortuary house and the home of the priest/chief. The historic site is open to the public Wednesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission ranges from $2.50 to $5.00. Group rates are available with advance notice, and bus parking is available. On April 14th, Saturday, the Etowah Indian Mounds will host a Native American Weapons and Torchlight Tour. The Indian Mounds will ...