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Travel Blogs from Columbus
... a following comparable to college games. Driving into the Auburn centre was surreal, looking like a totally different town than when it is without game day spirit. All of the fraternity houses were alive with activity and party spirit and orange Auburn sun shelters were pitched on the grass with loud music coming from each fraternity. Most people around were wearing some form of auburn memorabilia whether it be a tshirt, hat, foam finger or other item of orange to ...
... and started slipping down. By the time we got to the top our walk had taken us just over 2hrs. Stunning views across towards Atlanta. We were so close to the eagles soaring above our heads you could see there faces. After a while we caught the gondola down and were able to see the carving up close, it is massive. We then got the car and drove to the Grist Mill and covered bridge which had been moved there back in 1891. We ...
... magnetic recording tape was made there, from a formula written on a paper bag, by a German Scientist. There had once been tire factories and fabric mills. All of this industry is long gone. They do have a KIA plant nearby.
Four thumbs up to the National Park Service and the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site. Between 1941 and 1945 a group of black servicemen were trained to be pilots in the Army Air Corps. Their work on the site is ongoing and ...
Well I just created this blog thingy for my great European adventure... (that's what this blog site is calling it, I'm just going with it). 3 weeks in Copenhagen finishing up my ENVD capstone project, then 10 days in London/Paris! But yeah even though I don't leave for another month or so I'm trying this blogging website thing out here. Great exciting stuff, huh? Just check back in precisely 38 days and hey, I'll be on a plane 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 ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking