Knights Inn Lenox

Address: 33 Kinard Bridge Rd, Lenox, Georgia, 31637, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel is located on 33 Kinard Bridge Rd, Lenox.
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Travel Blogs from Lenox

Tifton, GA

A travel blog entry by hitherthither on Jun 23, 2015

Quite an uneventful day of driving up I75 with tons of truck traffic and not feeling quite up to speed (tiny touch of a cold). We made it to Tifton, GA and found a KOA. As we pulled into our campsite the skies opened with a deluge of rain, thunder and lightening. Bob and Meatball got out; Bob set up the RV and took Meatball for a much needed walk. Neither seemed to mind the rain. I made dinner and had a glass of wine. Nice evening of cable TV and ongoing ...

Headed home

A travel blog entry by jschiavone on Jun 18, 2015

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... of staying on property is definitely the easy access to the busses, monorail and the never ending gift shops and access to restaurants. The house felt more like vacation and less stressful. I think having a break from the parks was definitely a positive. When you are on property I don't feel like you ever really leave the parks. If we did it again we would have stayed in the house and done the parks ...

The Jefferson Davis Memorial Site

A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Sep 04, 2014

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... the States and has an award-winning film presentation.

Outside of the museum is a monument which marks the exact spot where Davis was captured. Still standing near this mark is an old Longleaf Pine which is over 150 years old and was standing at the time of his capture on May 10, 1865. As the Union army advanced on Davis, there were two separate troops (one from Wisconsin and the other from Michigan) ...

What the heck is a Hahira?

A travel blog entry by lastrick on Sep 02, 2014

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... the Egyptians overtook them camping by the sea beside Pi-Hahiroth before Baal Zephon.
Others say there was an Indian named "Hira" who would stop near the railroad tracks near present day Hahira, to rest and watch the iron horse go by. When folks passed they would wave their hands and say, "Hey, Hira". We'll let you ...

A Dry Tavern?

A travel blog entry by 2kids1map on Jan 22, 2014

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... on our trek and shortly after saw a sign proudly exclaiming "SANDERS CAFE: Birthplace of KFC!" that stop was a no-brainer. After driving down a winding road in hillbilly county we reached our destination Sanders Cafe. It was pretty neat to look over all of the original recipes and we couldn't help but stay for lunch. We ordered an original recipe ...