Travel Blogs from Swainsboro
... to start someone asked us where we were from because they didn't think we were from there.
The movie was pretty good but probably not what we all expected.
Before the movie we were taking a picture of the group in front of the sign when the lady taking tickets came out of the door and said she would take it for us so we could all be in it. It was the Sweet Onion Cinema
... Laurel and Hardy days going on. That's another story for another day if you are ever interested.
We arrived at the farm around 11:30 after stopping for McDonald's along the way. As before, the farm had a tricycle racetrack, zip line for kids (although Kody and Noel are to small), farm animals on display, a couple of playgrounds with swings and slides, and my personal favorite is the ...
... a few photos and then they boys played alot of computer games all evening while myself and Michelle continued chatting. Now its morning and I have had an amazing nights sleep. Ashton and his family have been incredibly hospitable to us and we have had a lovely time. Now its off to Orlando, my turn to drive. It could be a Loooonnngggg day.
All for now,
... to dinner. They took us to this restaurant which served all sorts of yummy food. Abi and Nic got the 'Rib's, Nic making the silly mistake of getting the large, and when it arrived it was basically half a cow. I myself decided to go with a philly-cheese steak sandwich as I had not yet been able to get one. It was absolutely delicious and fulfilled yet another challenge ...
... on the plane we got as much rest as possible.
It was with some anticipation that we landed at Incheon Inter-national Airport (voted #1 by travelers - Skytrax, 2009). It is visually and ascetically pleasurable. There are elegant cultural touches throughout. We enjoyed the two hour respite. Certainly an opportunity to stretch all mayor body parts. Then on to Beijing (less than a 2 hour flight). ...
Other places to stay in Swainsboro
688 South Main Street, Swainsboro | 2 star motelfrom $74