The Presidential Pathways
A 5-day Vacation in Georgia
First go to the hotel!
Monday, March 31st, 8am
504 Reese Park
It gives free breakfast and it only requires a little cash for one night!
A room with blue furniture.
The view is great and many tourists pick this room.
A room with royal furniture.
Many young girls tend to book this room.
A room with modern furniture.
Most elder people pick this room.
Breakfast At 10:00AM
11:00 AM- Black Heritage Trail [900 Front Avenue Columbus, Ga 31901]
It tells you about Horace King, Ma Rainey Home and more!
Visiting here will be a great experience.
For more information...
Lunch at Butt's Mill Farm
Monday, March 31st, 12:15pm
2280 Butts Mill Rd
Pine Mountain, GA
Back to the hotel for some rest!
4PM- Big Red Oak Covered Bridge [Between Gay & Woodbury, Ga 85, Woodbury, GA 3093]
Dinner in private room at Long Horn Steakhouse
Monday, March 31st, 6pm
3201 Macon Rd
Drive to the hotel and get a good night sleep for the next morning!
Breakfast at Ruth Ann's Restaurant
Tuesday, April 1st, 10am
941 Veterans Pkwy
It also features a bakery and is available for banquets, catering, and complete take out holiday meals!
10:30AM- F. D. Roosevelt State Park (2970 Georgia Highway 190 Pine Mountain, GA 31822)
1:30PM- Andersonville National Historic Site [760 POW Rd, Andersonville, GA 31711]
3:00PM- 4:00PM RESTING TIME
5:00PM- Dinner at Country's Barbecue [3137 Mercury Dr, Columbus, GA 31906]
Some of the appetizers include: Brunswick stew, baked beans, black-eyed peas, chicken fingers, Cole slaw and potato chips.