Travel Blogs from Macon
We needed a little recovery time from our Atlanta weekend so we jumped on Luxury Link and bought a four day package for Macon, Georgia. Well there's not much going on here beyond a bunch of old houses, nice people, and an aging downtown, so it was perfect for us. We stayed in a beautiful Bed and Breakfast named 1842 Inn for the year it was built …
... we have no clue what to expect. I waited for a seemingly long time for the big truck to clear the booth in front of me and then the nice lady in the booth tells me it is $9.00. Ok, that's not too bad. Then she asks if I am aware of a major accident a few miles ahead and would I like directions for an alternate route. I said sure. We remembered enough of her directions to get around a huge traffic stoppage and accident. ...
... rest and Scripture reading, and in the evening, Uncle Albert and I went out for our last meal in Turkey. We decided to splurge and picked Tramvay, a nicer restaurant off the major shopping avenue, Istiklal Caddesi (ihs-tick-lahl jah-dess-ee). We did not know what to expect since we could not find free Wi-Fi to look it up, but we took a chance anyways.
Tramvay turned out to be my favorite meal of our entire stay in ...
... whom we got to see yesterday) on the 27th of July in the beautiful Avila that surrounds Caracas. We celebrate either date for our anniversary but this year it seems like we will get to celebrate the whole month with a new adventure each day.
Honey, 11 years ago marrying you I had no idea that it would be this good. I am so grateful to have a partner in the gospel, a friend, an amazing father for our children ...
... Guidebooks While I've looked at a bajillion websites to find information for our Turkey travels, I've only used four guidebooks - so I thought I'd share the four with you. 1. Turkey by Lonely Planet - boatloads of nitty-gritty details 2. DK Eyewitness Turkey by Susanne Swan - the biggest boon is the picture proliferation 3. Istanbul by Rick Steves' - helpful for finding the smaller things to do in the only city in the world to span two continents 4. ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility