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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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As my time in Columbus came to an end, I made a daylong excursion to the Civil War prison site at Andersonville, an hour to the east of Fort Benning. The prison site itself consisted of little more than an open field with scattered memorials and other prison key points such as Wirz's Headquarters and the famous Providence Spring, but the guided tour of the site was very informative ...
... and the husband of the other survived.
Interesting note: There were gangs of criminals within the camp who robbed from, terrorized, and murdered other prisoners. They were called The Raiders. Other prisoners organized and worked with guards to arrest and court martial them. Some were returned to the prison by being forced to “running the gauntlet” back in. Six were found guilty of capital crimes and hanged. ...
... when new, more efficient pools and therapy center was built. The entire facility, Roosevelt Warm Spring, is now owned and operated by the Georgia Department of Labor’s Division of Rehabilitation Services and is used for persons with disabilities of all types.
Interesting note: FDR spent 2/3 of his personal fortune building the Warm Springs pools and therapy center.
... But church parking lots seem to be full.
Our first stop is Plains High School. There is a lot of space devoted to Miss Julia Coleman who taught both Jimmy and Rosalynn for several grades in this school that was 7-12 grades. There is a room set up as a classroom with small desks, medium desks, and large desks to accommodate children in various grades. Carter credits her with planting seeds for ...
March 21, 2015 – Travel Day to Americus, Georgia
Well, spring has come to South Georgia. We're here and it’s warmer than North Carolina.
We leave Charlotte in the cold with bare trees and hazy fog. The grass is brown. The trees are bare. It’s still winter. South Carolina is beginning to look a little greener. The trees are still bare, but they have buds at the end of the branches. There are tall pines with ...