Holiday Inn Express & Suites
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... a bar with about five different bars inside including a dueling piano bar. Got some souvenirs in an authentic voodoo store where pictures were not allowed as they would desecrate the sanctity of the altar, took in some live jazz at a club called fritzers (I think?) and then made some new friends in a late night gastropub named yo' monmas. At this point it was around 3 am and we were getting pretty exhausted, so after sitting by the Mississippi River watching ...
... issues driving home.
We all agreed that our first time kayaking was a highlight of the trip.
Peggy calculates our expenses. The approximate expenses for each person for the week were:
Condo $200, food and meals out $100, gas $56, entrance fees and MARTA $64. Total for each person $420.
We did not get up early today. We did the water aerobics again today and spent part of the morning by the pool. We watched a movie. Joan read, Carol cross stitched, Peggy and Linda stayed longer at the pool.
Ruth visited with us at dinner time after her travels for the day.
... 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 ...
... and Kentucky during the war and separated from their husbands, fathers, and brothers who were fighting.
Ranger Don unlocked the gate to the mill. We walked amongst the ruins. Portions of the remaining ruins are as high as three and one half stories. Originally, the mill was five stories. A snake slithered past us as we were walking among the ruins. Ranger Don left us as we continued on our ...