Holiday Inn Columbus North I-185
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Travel Blogs from Columbus
... to watch the game outside of the stadium, perfected to the point where trailers fold open to reveal TVs that will showcase the game without having to step foot inside the actual stadium with all 85,000 other people. On the way to the game we passed tailgating venues where people had set up RVs ready to watch the game miles from the Auburn centre itself. The college football following is far bigger in the south than pro football, with no pro football team ever being able ...
This morning we got up said goodbye to the Codrington's and headed out to Stone Mountain Park. We drove around the whole park and then parked at the gondola. We got a great view of the Confederate Memorial Carving. We decided to walk to the walk up path on the side of the mountain. We took the Cherokee walk through wooded area. Due to the amount of rain they have had lately it was pretty muddy in parts. We thought it wasn't far to ...
... will open in July of this year. The current displays and material were fantastic.
On down the road in Tuskegee, we visited "The Oaks" the home of Booker T Washington. Booker was one of the founders of Tuskegee Institute. The house and many of the original campus buildings, were built by the students. Wow, if your black in Alabama, you have to build your own college, if you want an education. Must have been a lot of well educated bricklayers, back in the ...
Well I just created this blog thingy for my great European adventure... (that's what this blog site is calling it, I'm just going with it). 3 weeks in Copenhagen finishing up my ENVD capstone project, then 10 days in London/Paris! But yeah even though I don't leave for another month or so I'm trying this blogging website thing out here. Great exciting stuff, huh? Just check back in precisely 38 days and hey, I'll be on a plane to ...
... The city was beautiful. Lots of old original homes. The 22 public squares are all dedicated to people who helped mold the city. Highway 80 was renamed to Victory Highway after WWI and a palm tree was planted for each fallen soldier from Tybee Island into Savannah.
Sites we saw/visited:
St. John the Baptist Cathedral
Lady and Son's Restaurant - Paula Deen's ...
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