Days Inn Vidalia
Travel Blogs from Vidalia
... a great, dumb line, of course – there’s so much you can do with peanuts – I wouldn’t label it a stereotypical great dumb American line. That honour goes to another line Mrs Henry and I now like to use whenever we can.
It was like this. Consistent with Institute policy to avoid walking when a ride is available, Mrs Henry and I had boarded a Charleston tour bus, which meant sharing a confined space with yankee retirees from Florida. ...
... wanted to see her before we left on our trip to Holland and Belgium. On our way up we drove a couple of red roads, one taking us through Hinesville and around Ft. Stewart. We saw an unusual sign, Tank Crossing. The signs were numerous around Ft. Stewart, but we didn't see any tanks. Of course, it was ...
... this amazing opportunity that I have been blessed with at once. My goal is to keep up with this over the next five weeks so that my family, friends, and of course my third graders at Nevils will be able to share this experience with me.
I am really excited about this trip and the great things I will encounter, but I know I will miss everyone so much!
... a few photos and then they boys played alot of computer games all evening while myself and Michelle continued chatting. Now its morning and I have had an amazing nights sleep. Ashton and his family have been incredibly hospitable to us and we have had a lovely time. Now its off to Orlando, my turn to drive. It could be a Loooonnngggg day.
All for now,
... before going on the road trip.
We all had a fantastic night and it was very refreshing to not have to walk anywhere or cook anything for a night, even with the drive to Florida looming the next day. For whatever reason we didn't take our cameras with us (stupid! - Ben) so we don't have any pictures!
Oh! We also ate peaches. Yum. 'Nother challenge down.
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed