Plains Historic Inn

106 Main Street , Plains, Georgia, 31780, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Plains

Carter's Education Influenced Our Own

A travel blog entry by 14alexanderh


By: Hope Alexander

I never thought that visiting the high school that Jimmy Carter once attended would be an adventure, informing, or even realistic. Before this trip, I really didn’t know who Jimmy Carter was, let alone where he went to high school! I do think I am learning more and more each and every day. When I see the …

Hell on Earth

A travel blog entry by wendalex


... of what occurred here back in 1864.

In 1998 the US government chose Andersonville as the site of a national cemetery and the POW museum. While informative, the museum brings home the reality of the conditions that many prisoners have had to endure at the hands of their captors over the years - past and present. We also visited the Cemetery and saw the graves of the 13,000 who perished. A sobering day and the vision of the grave markers lined up, bought to mind the ...

Weathering the storm

A travel blog entry by sandvwander


Drove through Tallahasse, FL into Georgia. The wind was getting pretty strong so we began looking for a place to camp. Found a campsite but the storm still has us a bit concerned. A 4-5 inch diameter branch just fell about 5 yards for our vehicle ... Glad we decided to get off the road tonight but now we wonder about how safe we are in our little ...

Living Not as Nations But as the Human Race: Lisa

A travel blog entry by lisamnickerson


... over the years and this year will be the 10th trip I've led (other trips have been to Guatemala, Zambia, Hungary, Romania, and New Zealand).

I'm beyond excited to join each of you to experience Malawi and Habitat's worthwhile orphanage and vulnerable children project there. You all represent a really amazing team representing multiple nations, ages and backgrounds and I can't wait to work with you!

See you in 22 days (or 21 for those of you arriving early!)


OK, OK, since you insist, one more Biloxi story

A travel blog entry by petersalemme


... on a piece of plywood in front of the church that free food, water, etc was available to the people of Biloxi. The goods came from the Red Cross and from people all over this country that were moved to help our neighbors. They set up plastic shelves and made the former sanctuary into like a store. The "store" was run by Jerry and Judy with the help of two of their inlaws. Day by day, people would come in and clean ...

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This inn, located on 106 Main Street , Plains, is near Jimmy Carter National Historic Site, Carter Farm, The Plains School, and Jimmy Carter Peanut of Plains Statue.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPlains Historic Inn

    Reviewed by 14alexanderh


    Reviewed Oct 12, 2012
    by (1 review) New York City , United States Flag of United States

    Awesome! Was very informative and comfortable all at once. We loved the place. Would love to come again.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Plains Historic Inn

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding