InTown Suites Macon
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Sorry about the delay in writing, life gets pretty hectic on the road! Having two days here and there is sometimes a good thing as I get bored easily and like change but sometimes when you do find somewhere you really enjoy it's a shame to move on. So we made it to Georgia, it was a flying visit and we were staying on a lake just outside Juliet where Hannah wanted to visit due to a book and movie being based there. The lake was fantastic, the house was right on the lake, they had ...
A quick blog today. I will add to when I have more time. At this stage all I will say is that we are late in due to horrendous traffic on various interstates. It has been very hot and humid so need a drink and some food. I will catch up with you ...
... while we talked to John. The 2 of us ate the whole pizza! And then, suddenly, it seemed, it was time to hit the road.
I'm writing this post as Jeff drives through north Florida (I drove from Simpsonville to Warner Robbins). We are listening to the East Village Opera Company LOUD on the car stereo (piped in from Jeff's iPhone).
Holy mackerel!!! A semi just cut us off - good reflexes on Jeff's part, but I'd better stop writing and "help" him drive!
As we drove through another big storm yesterday, the radio cut in with a garbled warning announcement mentioning the word 'tornado' and sounding very serious. We later found out that the tornado warning was for central Georgia, which was exactly our location at the time. But we didn't see one, just heavy rain. So the tornado box remains un-ticked in my I ...
... National Historic Site, Atlanta, Georgia. This historic site is centered around Martin Luther King, Jr's boyhood home near downtown Atlanta and also includes Ebenezer Baptist Church, which is where his father, and later Martin Luther King Jr, himself preached. We were able to take a tour of his home, but no photos were allowed inside. We also took a self guided tour of the church. One could almost hear his sermons that came from the pulpit. ...