Days Inn Donalsonville
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We arrived Friday evening at Florida Caverns State Park. The trip here was uneventful. We arrived just as dusk was approaching. The boys saw a cave entrance as we came into the park so as soon as we parked the RV they grabbed their bikes off the car and road down to the cave.
The main cave that tours visit is up on high ground at the entrance to the park. The campground was down on lower ground where the Chipola River spills into the forest. The entrance to the ...
... Rivers State Park; children whined and grumbled, sleepy bodies shocked by the cold as we carried them into the cabin. We noticed the astounding number of stars visible overhead (none of those cozy warm clouds to keep in some heat) but little else before we all collapsed thankfully into the pre-heated cabin.
We awoke the next morning to a beautiful and tranquil sight. Where Florida meets the southwest corner of Georgia, ...
Friday we stayed home and played games with Bella while Sergio and Damarys went out. Saturday, David and Moises Hernando - the sons of Magda and Pepe who we stayed with in La Molina, David's girlfriend, and Moises' son Stefano, came for ...
... inviting in December.
Prior to pulling out, Kim fixed me a quick breakfast to start my day. I had such a great time visiting with my friends, and reminiscing with Gary about our glory days in Portland, 35 years ago.
I drove almost 350 miles today, arriving here around 6 pm. As I ...
... We spent a week there visiting friends and had a good time. We went to Chicamaugua and went thru the museum. We rode thru the battle field but I'd like to go back some time when we can spend an entire day there. There are markers that are on the actual spot of events such as the death of a commander, a battlefield line, different states regiments, etc. As you ride down the road, you see markers and cannons in the ...