Howard Johnson Express Inn - Augusta Suites

1238 Gordon Highway, Augusta, Georgia, 30901, United States | 1 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Augusta

The Pack List

A travel blog entry by wingedwords

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... pants
Brown tights
Black shorts
Long-sleeved red shirt
Long-sleeved white t-shirt (for farm work)
Black t-shirt (for farmwork)
grey t-shirt
teal tank
teal shirt
red tank
yellow shirt
blue dress
swimsuit
arm warmers
three pairs of socks and underwear each
two bras
brown bandana

Shoes
Hiking boots
Flip-flops
Slip-on flats walking shoes
Lightweight tennis

Personal care
Nail ...

Return to Aiken

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie

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... would not return until later in the day. This gave us plenty of time to check out all the changes in Aiken since our last visit. Guess what - not much has changed in this place apart from the introduction of a Mexican\sushi restaurant. (But perhaps this was here last time but we just didn't know about it) At least the weather was a lot cooler than our last visit. ...

The Language Barrier Times Four and a Half

A travel blog entry by mickisc

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Fifteen years ago almost to the day, Dave and I went on our honeymoon. We married at noon on New Year's Eve, but we didn't have permission from the Army to honeymoon until several months later. We had eloped. The Army had needed more warning and paperwork. Dave had been stationed in Germany many years prior, and we anticipated we would be heading back because he was due for another OCONUS assignment.This trip was to introduce me to our next probable ...

Four Weeks and Counting!

A travel blog entry by mickisc

We are Mediterranean bound!

The idea for this trip started as the ultimate field trip for Sara after she studied the ancients in history. The Pyramids and a camel ride were what she wanted most out of this trip, but she was seven at that time, and the trip was going to wait until she was old enough to remember it and appreciate it. After Arab Spring we had to drop Egypt. There will be no ...

Impressions from France

A travel blog entry by drakeflock

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... It is earnestness and genuineness that I value above all. Pretense and pageantry be damned.

11) The people: I made connections here that I could never have hoped to make. I made friends with teachers from my first teacher’s course: From Spain, Theresa , from Holland, Mareika, from Germany Bertholde. They were the top students in the class, however when we went out to lunch together, they expressed their frustration with the difficulty of ...