Econo Lodge Cartersville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... gravy the next. She had pasty dough left over and made a lemon meringue pie with homemade filling. Delicious!
Our family gradually improved in spirit as we've been here. Being fed with good food and positive talk and prayer has surely helped.
Last night Carol, Tim's wife, made a leg of lamb with rice, butternut squash and salad. Another fine meal...
We're off to Montana this afternoon. The drive ...
... Jayne not so much!). We left the Parkway in Asheville, North Carolina, after a 200 mile drive.
Jayne realized that one of her best friends, Pat and husband Terry Guy, lived only an hour further south, in Travelers Rest, South Carolina. After confirming that they were indeed home, we proceeded to a KOA campground in that town. The next couple of days were spent enjoying their company, being shown ...
... like little sharks and stingrays. Jorja and I felt their slimy bodies, Georgie wasn't too keen on it because sharks are not meant to be touched. We headed on upstairs saw a 4D short movie designed to help keep the oceans clean and not polluted, then went to the frog section next door. I've figured out that the cutest and prettiest frogs are usually the most dangerous. For example the "poison dart frog" where there were different ...
... for people to actually think they were being let in on a huge secret (even though all you see is the safe, not the actual formula) but they had made the room out to be highly secret. With cameras watching us, us seeing the camera screens, security systems allowing us into certain sections at a time. I actually found one particular thing about this vault area quite fascinating. That apparently when coke was originally made, only two people knew the formula, ...
2012 by Anabelle Lee Macri
Etowah at night is a sight to behold, with torches and luminaries to light your way and stars shining bright. Groups follow tour guides in the footsteps of ancient explorers and Native People who lived here one thousand years ago. It's interesting to consider the role Native Americans have had on our lives. Sometimes it takes a moment such as this, to pause and reflect, ...