Villa South Motor Inn

Address: 725 South Harris Street, Sandersville, Georgia, 31082, United States | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Sandersville

On the way...once Richie finishes packing.

A travel blog entry by nreonas on Apr 21, 2013

... lately at work though, so I'm kind of feeling a little burnt out. We'll see though. Until then, stay classy.

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"Mommy, what's a Sequester??"

A travel blog entry by nreonas on Mar 05, 2013

... into effect. I know some of you reading this are probably asking yourselves, what in the world does this have to do with travel? And more importantly why am I, of all people, trying to explain it (I took Economics 1101 4 times in college; I dropped it 3 times to avoid failing, and I finally snuck out with a very low C, probably out of pity)?
Well, I won't get into much more economic or bureaucratic gobbledygook, but it ...

63 Days....annnndddd counting.

A travel blog entry by nreonas on Feb 16, 2013

... Some of you may be interested to find out I am also a worrier. Naturally then, I worry immensely about planning. So, once again, I got to thinking: maybe if I put things down where I can go back and read them later, it will alleviate some of my anxiety. Sounds rational, right?
The second reason is a lot simpler: I just like to write, and I don't get to write a lot. Unless you count work. I don't really ...

See some light

A travel blog entry by maldo421 on Oct 11, 2012

Slowly and God willing, I am still in the recovery process. It's a battle everyday, these things don't heal overnight - or month or summer (as I had expected). I've finally returned to my everyday routines without too much of a hassle; riding my bike, cooking dinner, attending class, and getting ...

From the frying pan to the fire

A travel blog entry by beadledove on Aug 02, 2012

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... fuel tank, “We are confident that this will solve your problem.” Oh well, half the price, so that’s good news right? Yeah, you can see it coming…..half hour down the road, Babe stalls out and we sit for 45 minutes til she cools down for the trip back to Milledgeville. Everyone at complete is very chagrined, especially Adam.

Needless to say, we spent another night camped at the ...