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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Macon
... and chomped away on a delicious granola bar. I finished the sandwich and the milk before Jessica finally appeared in sight of the glass exit doors. I thought I had lost her again but I didn’t want to ruin my sandwich by searching for her. I was just about to call the police and file a missing person’s report when she approached the car with what seemed like a large garbage bag with a small person inside of it. I kept my finger near the call button on ...
Got off Monday after 12...heading for Columbus, OH 1003 miles away....and had to be there by Wednesday.
Drove just under 300 miles to Perry, GA. Found a stopover at Fair Harbor RV Park just off I75. Neat park all treed, cute little lake in the middle of it, great electric and cable. Just what we needed after getting in around 6 that evening.
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Arrived yesterday in the pouring rain. Had spent the day doing general store with grist mill in Helen. Did a great hike to Ruby Falls. Went on to Clayton. Visited the Main St Gallery but the right Folk Art wasn't there - some cute birds and a gourd turkey - but not quite right. Had a dynamite lunch in a new restaurant called Fortify and then headed south. Drove through the pour in rain and arrived at the KOA. Had "lovely" take-out from Wendy's and turned in early. Had ...
... enjoy looking at old houses, buildings and churches. Perry offers an audio tour along with a guide brochure to lead you through the historic buildings throughout town. We pulled up to the first large building with grand pillars and dial the appropriate number on my cell phone only to have an operator tell us there is no such site #. So I dramatically read all of the information about ...
... only be here one more day and who knows when we will be back in Perry, guess I got taken!! Oh well, live and learn.
After lunch we walked through the motor home exhibit area. They had everything from Roadtrek (basically a van with all the trimmings) to a preowned Prevost which we could buy at the show price of $849,000. We walked through that one, but it really didn't have anything I liked. In fact, I really didn't see anything I wanted better than what we currently ...