Rodeway Inn

Address: 712 Avenue A, Rome, Georgia, 30165, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 712 Avenue A, Rome.
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      First night camping....

      A travel blog entry by bevanow on Dec 22, 2014

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      ....at last - back in my 'little house on the wheels'!!....my next favourite place after the cabin. Of course - it's raining!!...but 'warm' / 50-something F....and only down to the 40's tonight??..tbd.. Now the fun of sorting/ organizing - making this space functional. That's the best part of camping - you don't have to slep everything back and forth to ...

      Booth Museum - Western Art in the Southeast

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Nov 04, 2014

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      ... victory at Chattanooga as part of General Sherman's campaign through northwestern Georgia to capture Atlanta and continue onwards towards the sea. There’s a road to the summit of Kennesaw Mountain, but it’s closed on weekends when the park is mobbed with suburbanites enjoying the outdoors, so I got some exercise for the day. You can see Atlanta’s skyscraper’s from the top, although it’s far ...

      Fun, friends and fission

      A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on Jun 27, 2014

      21 photos

      ... where we spent the afternoon exploring the exhibits. We talked to a volunteer who had worked in the National Laboratory there for 30 years. He introduced us to the exhibition and enjoyed explaining the technology of nuclear fission. He also told us about a three-hour tour that takes you to all of the buildings of the complex. However, after 9/11, the tour is no longer open to non-Americans.
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      Rome-ing the Country!

      A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 21, 2014

      3 comments, 8 photos

      Arrived at Rome Visitor Centre and the young lady got all excited as they've never had many visitors from outside Georgia, never mind the US. She was very helpful and directed me to the Myrtle Hill Cemetery and Chieftain Museum.

      Rome was started in 1834, formally, and the name was decided by the 4 funders each putting a name in a hat and first one out was Rome. To the proposer, the hills and rivers around the area reminded him of Rome. Other suggestions ...

      Davy's on the Road Again, again...

      A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 21, 2014

      6 comments, 7 photos

      ... and very quiet.

      Speed limits a bit confusing, my Satnav said 70mph and everyone seems to be doing that, but the signs said 55mph.
      As usual all the signs had minimum speed limits too.

      Got to Fort Payne and it was shut!!! Followed some Trail of Tears signs to a Cherokee Chief's home, called the Andrew Ross house. The house is now privately owned, although photographs of the outside are encouraged.
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