Days Inn Phenix City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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I cannot believe that I will be leaving for Japan tomorrow! Everything feels like a huge dream right now. It will be strange to be in a country where the language is not even Latin based. I wish I had learned more Japanese than just basic phrases, but it is still going to be ...
... patio about 6 to scope it out for later. A large group had apparently reserved the whole area for dinner, so we were hosed. We got in the car with our breed a wine and drove bak into Pine Mountain, thinking we could picnic there. But then Irealizes there may be an open-container law. Exasperated we drove up and down Main Street, finally settling on Bon Vivant for dinner. The cafe looked and menu were inviting, but it was a big mistake. The food (Patty had the crab cake app and I had ...
After using Sunday for a true day of rest, Lisa put me to work today! Actually, I was interesting in seeing what a day was like running her charity so I went into her office and helped out with some simple office tasks. I was glad to help her out a little bit as she devotes a lot of her time to ARM. She invited me to attend a site visit and meet a family that had requested aid from ARM.
For the site visit, we went ...
This was truly a relaxing day which was appreciated after three straight days filled with driving, exploring, learning, and attending high profile sporting events. I attended a service at Lisa's church which I believe was the Auburn United Methodist Church, followed by lunch at Momma Goldbergs, an Auburn local favorite. Afterwards, we went back to Lisa's where I just chilled and watched football ...
... and started slipping down. By the time we got to the top our walk had taken us just over 2hrs. Stunning views across towards Atlanta. We were so close to the eagles soaring above our heads you could see there faces. After a while we caught the gondola down and were able to see the carving up close, it is massive. We then got the car and drove to the Grist Mill and covered bridge which had been moved there back in 1891. We ...