The Lodge on Lake Oconee
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... promised to “take care of it”. I later found out that my definition of “take care of it” differed from theirs. After returning home, I called to discuss the incident as well as the valet charge (yes – they actually charged me!). After not returning my phone calls for 4 days, they told me to take it to my dealer (an hour from my home) and send them the bill. I called the dealer and they said all they ...
... We were two miles from the Walmart when the wipers stopped working for some reason. And the rain was still coming down! Maggie exclaimed: "Oh no, not again!" Fortunately, they started again after one mile. Hopefully, they'll work all the way home Sunday as more rain is in the ...
So it begins...errr...well,almost anyways. Bags are all packed (except for Richie's, though I think he is almost there!), checked into the flight, and about to roll out to Atlanta. Now my only worries are getting a full body cavity search by security at the airport, and the 2-4 inches of snow expected for Denver tomorrow ...
... people. The original Organic Act of 1872 described Yellowstone National Park, the world's first national park, as being "for the benefit and enjoyment of the people." Those are the first words you see when you pass through the arch at the park's north entrance. It doesn't seem like it these days, however. These cuts will affect hundreds of thousands of visitors to these parks; the employees who manage, interpret, and maintain them; ...
... Then, suddenly, I remembered: it is 2013 and we have this thing called "the Internet", and after I realized that, it was really kind of simple.
I suppose the next, and very logical question, some of you may be asking is why are you writing about a trip that doesn't start for 63 days? Well, touché. I do, however, have a couple of reasons, believe it or not. Firstly, as some of you may know, I am a ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility