La Quinta Inn Columbus Midtown
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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 ...
... 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 ...
After a 5 hour drive from Savannah we checked into the Hampton Inn in Opelika just outside of Auburn. There were very few people at the hotel so we were upgraded to a suite which was very spacious. The hotel was extremely clean and looked brand new. We utilized the fitness center which was complete with the right amount of machines, weight balls, a mat, towels, and water. We got a casual dinner at Buffalo Wild Wings in tiger town to close out a rainy night. Not much else to ...
... center in 1926. We also learned that he was the only President to be elected four time, but he did not live to serve any of his fourth term. This President, though he was somewhat handicapped, helped our nation though some pretty critical times. I was really interested in this, he was a very influential President. Hailey started complaining that she was "staaaarving" so yet again ...
... before dinner so much that we bought another bottle in the same shop as the evening before. This time we also got two souvenir glasses, which we still use.
We had dinner in the hotel restaurant again. But that night the place was so slammed we had to eat from a limited menu at the bar. I think we had a less than memorable pizza.
Patty recalls being kept awake by revelers, but I don't remember being bothered by them.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed