Holiday Inn Cartersville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a smallish church of only 9000 members, due to it being Methodist in a town of Southern Baptists. The SBs have more respectable memberships of 12,000+.) She is a contemporary Christian singer. I used to listen to her in eighth grade. She is fatter than I remember. She has a voice that my father said could break glass. Mom and Dad were part of the back-up singers in the chancel choir. ...
... to Beaver Creek. In Beaver Creek we saw an osprey nest and beaver dam. The kayak trip was for 1.5 hours. It probably lasted a little longer.
We stopped at Redbox again for another movie and a local produce stand. We ate our lunch at the condo.
Afterwards, we visited the Pine Mountain Gold Museum in Villa Rica. The cost is only $4. The museum preserved the history of Villa Rica's ...
... headed into Marietta where there is an "Australian Bakery and Cafe". Kinda ironic that we haven't even been gone a week yet, and we were already insanely keen for a pastie. We even scored a free loaf of bread! we had a quick stroll through the middle of this tiny square centre of town, which had rotunda and a water fountain. Seemed alot like those small town settings in movies, and by movies I mean the show Gilmore Girls. there was even a small children's train ...
... 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 ...