Sunrise Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... south and are now camped in Cartersville, Georgia. In a short while we will go out for dinner to celebrate Jayne's birthday. Her first birthday request was not to have to cook dinner (which is being granted), her second request was to take the Interstate for a change, but after 50 miles she found a quieter route parallel to I-75 and avoiding all the heavy traffic...and had to admit it's not so bad.
There's a great deal pressure right now to generally be slim! To be sure with slim, but you must be healthy too and being too thin isn't healthy. People don't realise, specially the girls, you will want to be considered a healthy weight a body and bones. If you don't eat an ample amount of the precise foods, your system doesn't take advantage of the nutrition it needs. If this sounds the case afterward you commence to experience all kinds of ...
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 ...
When I planned this trip, this particular journey gave me all sorts of problems in finding anything, Civil War, Trail of Tears museums etc open on a Monday. They all seemed to be open Tues to Sat. So decided to just investigate Alabama and go cross country to Atllanta.
Left Chattanooga and my Satnav informed me that I would arrive in Fort Payne, Alabama, about 17 minutes earlier than the current time showed. Obviously, went back and forward in time today. ...
... happened to be in the bedroom at the time. It seems a 120v outlet had shorted out - behind the clothes hamper - therefore we didn't see it earlier. Anyway, we replaced the outlet and headed down the road. On the positive side, it is 58 degrees in Adairsville, Ga., with the top down and cruising through town looking for a church for tomorrow. All in all, it's been a good ...