Wyndham Garden Columbus
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... Franklin D. Roosevelt's second home and escape from the pressures of being president. He originally came to warm springs as he had heard the water brought relief for polio suffers. The Little White House is also where he died whilst having his portrait painted. It's now been turned into a museum about FDR's life and the changes he made during his ...
... you get the sense of what this place was once like in its heyday. Again, there is quite a bit of information in their small museum that brings you back to those years. There is still a small place where you can walk into the pool and the spring is still bubbling up and you can feel the water from the spring. We were there on an extremely hot day, so the water didn't feel all that warm. However, in the winter, I'm sure it was ...
... deal to us.
We drove through all the roads, got out and walked among the "what would have been" spectacular azalea gardens, and went to the museum and the greenhouses, saw a bird show, the butterfly gardens, the Victory Garden South, and Mr. Cason's Garden; and made a full day of it anyway.
Definitely worth another stop at a better time of ...
We drove to Callaway Gardens, located in Pine Mountain, which is about 1.75 hours away from us. Our first stop was the Butterfly Garden for a lecture on butterflies and creating a butterfly garden.
We ate our lunch at a picnic table.
Due to the large number in the audience, the Birds of Prey show was held outside. It was sunny ...
Upon leaving Oak Ridge, TN, we traveled further south to Georgia and found a nice KOA campground in Cartersville. At the suggestion of our host we went into town to the Appalachian Grill, where we had a delicious prime rib dinner with crème brulee for dessert to celebrate Jayne's birthday. On our way to the restaurant we passed the Tellus Museum, where we knew a friend from our high school days, Jack van ...