Days Inn Rome
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Arrived in Clearwater at 530 and so glad to be out of the vehicle..raining thru Florida state but mild and muggy. Groceries purchased, tummies full with delicious chicken parmigiana sub at a local pizzeria, then drove over to our apt.
Its a beautiful old house divided into 4 apts. Loads of character with a lovely screened porch. The breeze blows thru the entire place and we have a nice view of the ...
... room. Calhoun,Georgia is ~ 70 miles? North of Atlanta. Chose here because it's an easy drive into Atlanta tomorrow to visit Sanjiev and family ...it's been ??8-9 years since we were together in Palo Alto, California ....sad times then when his mother, Malkanti died. Looking forward to seeing the 3 kids now - they will be the true marker of time ...
A short distance northwest of Atlanta there are two sights that interested me to see - Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield in Cobb County and the Booth Museum of Western Art in Cartersville. Kennesaw Mountain is a significant hill a short distance northwest of Marietta from which a panoramic view of Atlanta is possible. The hill and the area around it were the sight of a significant Civil War battle in June 1864 after the ...
... Jayne not so much!). We left the Parkway in Asheville, North Carolina, after a 200 mile drive.
Jayne realized that one of her best friends, Pat and husband Terry Guy, lived only an hour further south, in Travelers Rest, South Carolina. After confirming that they were indeed home, we proceeded to a KOA campground in that town. The next couple of days were spent enjoying their company, being shown ...
... or stay and risk getting wiped out... Not and easy one..
The chief that lived here from 1819 was called Major Ridge (he was awarded this title by Andrew Jackson for fighting against the British in the war of 1812) and he had a ferry, trading post, a plantation and he had slaves!!!! Wow, didn't see that coming...
On the 29th December 1835, Ridge and Andrew Ross (him of earlier visit) were some of the signatories on the treaty with the US to trade ...