The Hotel Magnolia of Jonesboro
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Hotel Magnolia of Jonesboro
I was staying their for two weeks and by the second week me and my fiance started to break out with bed bugs. At first he had it so and I didn't have any signs of it but they got me too!!!! It was horrible!!!!!!! You have no phone and limited channels and they don't want you to have any guest!!!!!!! Don't waste your time people if your in Jonesboro your better off going to another place. "Tara Inn Suites" would be your best bet.....
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... for baked goods, and home decor. We then walked around the gardens, first stopping by the Birds of Prey show that takes play daily. The lady did a great job explaining the different birds and their habits and habitats. We got there 15 minutes in (the whole show is 30 minutes) and got to see two owls and a vulcher. I guess they must've shown fancier birds like eagles, hawks, and falcons earlier! The presenter was very animated ...
... extremely specialized doctors in big cities who do nothing but work on their given 3 inch parameter. Whereas, in rural areas, a doctor probably has to cover a bigger range. In a way, I like just doing what's expected of me, but at the same time, I like being able to do a wide range of tasks. That's another big thing I adopted from this year's travels-- flexibility and patience! I'm so used to planning things and executing them to perfection, and I've been ...
... plantation set up, with slave quarters(although they called them sharecropper quarters), kitchen, school house and well house.
Well worth a visit as it's the best plantation house I've seen on the tour by far. Looks like you would expect it to look 150 years ago. I don't mean everything is new, but it is authentic..
By the way, only one month after Gone with the Wind went on sale the author was offered $50,000 for the film rights.
... my head as a trophy to ward off any future travellers who dared to enter their domain. Luckily, from this point onwards I saw no more for the duration of my stay, which prevented me from suffering some sort of aneurysm that felt all too near in that first hour. Guess what doesn’t get the Pugh Stamp of Approval? That’s right – GIANT MAN EATING COCKOACHES FROM ATLANTA.
I should stop shouting...I seem to shout a lot on this blog. ...
... see the world, write and absorb it, because after all your not promised tomorrow!
I took showers in public showers, I walked through the sand with with my bare feed, I jumped into a reservoir, I did so many things out side of my comfort zone and it felt good.
Thanks to everyone who put up with me and supported me along the trip.
I am lucky I met you and even luckier if I can call you friend.