La Quinta Inn & Suites Macon
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Travel Blogs from Macon
... all of the bad things I said earlier about toll roads, this very nice lady was so helpful to us and probably saved us an hour or two of going nowhere on the interstate. That $9.75 for tolls today was money very well spent.
So, now we motor down the highway only to run into hundreds of thousands of bugs. They were so bad that wipers could not clear the mess. A stop at Walmart let many of them into the RV ...
... favorite part was the very well preserved, painted walls. The colors were so vibrant and rich after many of the faded cave churches.
27 – Shop ‘Til We Drop
I think this was the first time I have ever dedicated an entire day to shopping in my whole life. While Uncle Albert ran errands on his own in a different part of the city, I combed half of the Golden Horn quickly stopping into several ...
... and the states that we plan to visit on our way to the other side of the US.
So while Robert drives I take care of the kids homeschooling and while I drive Robert works. Yeap we need to take pictures of that...it's multi-tasking at it's best (Wi-Fi from the cel is on while I drive 60-70mph and he is coding away, texting, emailing and even in conference calls).
I married an incredibly talented man. :)
... Guidebooks While I've looked at a bajillion websites to find information for our Turkey travels, I've only used four guidebooks - so I thought I'd share the four with you. 1. Turkey by Lonely Planet - boatloads of nitty-gritty details 2. DK Eyewitness Turkey by Susanne Swan - the biggest boon is the picture proliferation 3. Istanbul by Rick Steves' - helpful for finding the smaller things to do in the only city in the world to span two continents 4. ...
Going to Key West, almost 800 miles away, isn't something you just do on a whim. A couple of months ago as I was reading posts on the BMW owners group of Ga forum I saw a guy writing about doing a Saddle Sore ride of 1000 miles in 24 hours. Not knowing anything else about it and being interested enough to reply, I found out about the Iron Butt Association (IBA) ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services