Quality Inn Americus
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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As my time in Columbus came to an end, I made a daylong excursion to the Civil War prison site at Andersonville, an hour to the east of Fort Benning. The prison site itself consisted of little more than an open field with scattered memorials and other prison key points such as Wirz's Headquarters and the famous Providence Spring, but the guided tour of the site was very informative ...
March 24, 2015 – Andersonville, Georgia
Gray skies at the beginning of the day. We have some sun in the afternoon, but now it's cloudy again. Sun soon we hope.
Spring continues to pop out in Georgia. As we drive along we see redbuds and dogwoods blooming. We even see a yellow bell today. But the azaleas are not out yet. But we see the "real" harbinger of spring—pine pollen. We stop for a picnic ...
... the era, and purpose.
Next we go to the site of the Warm Spring that Roosevelt so enjoyed. It is on the site of a former tourist spa and hotel. The warm mineral laced water has been beneficial for centuries. FDR found the waters so stimulating that he tore down the old hotel, built a new one, and built pools for polio victims from the area and other areas to enjoy. The pools have not been used ...
... of literature and classical music. There are also exhibits about Rosalynn’s family and growing up years.
There are extensive displays about the work of the Carter Center in Africa and other places around the world and Carter’s efforts to mediate peace in many locations is highlighted.
Our next stop is the Carter Boyhood Home. The farm is now only 15 acres owned by ...
... of setting up and anchoring down. We’ll do it smoothly after about one more stop.
Arrival at the Brickyard Golf This campground was a first. The lady came out to meet us in a golf cart, took us to our site, and said, “Just go up to the office tomorrow in the morning to pay.” It’s not a fancy campground, but it’s a place to hang our hat for a few days. The internet connections are non-existent on my computer. ...