Red Roof Inn Madison, Ga

2080 Eatonton Rd., (Formerly Holiday Inn Express), Madison, Georgia, 30650, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2080 Eatonton Rd., (Formerly Holiday Inn Express), Madison.
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Travel Blogs from Madison

Athens and around

A travel blog entry by nevans07 on Aug 04, 2014

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... a tickle on my nipple and as I reached to scratch it I picked the wasp off my nipple who had been sitting there and somehow not stung me. Pretty amazed I threw it to the ground and destroyed him- needless to say I had the last laugh. Alex however was not laughing as he was having a pretty bad allergic reaction so on advise from the park rangers I rushed him to hospital where he was given a couple of injections. That night we went out again and Athens' fantastic nightlife didn't ...

Georgia on my mind!

A travel blog entry by globalginger on Jul 02, 2014

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... out and watched some of the World Cup. Sunday was our big adventure day- kayaking on the Chestatee River! It was my first time in a kayak and I'm proud to report I did not fall in! I also avoided any significant sunburns! One of my favorite things about visiting Covington is it always returns me to my love of reading almost anything. During this short trip, I read the second in the Hunger Games series along with If I ...

Sunday morning.

A travel blog entry by griffithb on Mar 30, 2014

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This morning we went to church with Karen and Bill at "The Big White Church" - Bethlehem First Methodist in Bethlehem. Karen had told us that Parker is leaving in June, so this was the last time for us to hear him preach.

We went to the contemporary service at 9:30 and then the traditional service at ...

A Movie and a Varsity Coney

A travel blog entry by griffithb on Mar 28, 2014

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We got to Bethlehem, GA, about 2 p.m. We found Karen at church just finishing up and Bill had just finished his workout in the "BWC" Workout Center. We had lunch at a new Mexican restaurant, Pancho's, while we decided about the rest of the day. Afterwards, Grant and I drove over to Lawrenceville to check-in. It took over an hour because of road construction. After getting our bags in the room, we turned around and went back to Bethlehem. Picked up Karen and ...

Quiet July 4th Holiday Weekend

A travel blog entry by footloosets on Jul 02, 2010

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... constructing roads and clearing lakebeds in what was previously over planted fields. In 1946, the Recreation Demonstration Area was given to the State of Georgia and became known as Hard Labor Creek State Park.

Unlike most state parks, is has many unusual features besides a campground and hiking trails. It is best known in the area for its golf course, The Creek. There is boating and fishing, cabins, trails and a huge equestrian facility ...