Value Place Macon I-475 West
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... Fried Green Tomatoes which were surprisingly nice and it's a southern thing so we thought we should try it. It's basically a battered green tomato. Quite tasty but you don't need too many with the batter. Why is it so hot while I write this blog (I am in the Keys at the moment so I'm roasting!!!) So after we visited the cafe we set off towards Charleston in South Carolina which was a 5 hour drive (boooo) It then decided to start randomly raining at 1pm (typical) and then the ...
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 ...
... route was on a Georgia Scenic Byway. Very pretty.
John was at work so we stopped there first. Jeff had called ahead (don't know if anyone where John works knows CPR and didn't want to find out!). We weren't there 3 minutes before Patty appeared. The four of us visited for about ten minutes, then Jeff and I followed Patty home so we could see their house. Then back to John's.
Jeff and I had ordered and were eating a medium veggie pizza (bad, ...
We stopped by the Allman Brothers museum at Macon (rhymes with bacon) yesterday, which is 'the big house' where the band all lived at the height of their creative period. Definitely one for the obsessive fan, but still ok just to wander around aimlessly, despite a lack of any meaningful labelling. Hey, that's rock and roll, dude.
... behind Gettysburg) of the entire Civil War. Between 1890 and 1899 Congress authorized the first four national military parks: Chickamauga and Chattanooga, Shiloh, Gettysburg, and Vicksburg. First and largest--and the model for most national military and historical parks to come--was Chickamauga and Chattanooga. It's an interesting area to explore by foot in order to get a good grasp of how our Civil War was fought.