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October 12, 2011
May 26, 2006
January 2, 2006
Our room was a standard unit with king bed, table, chairs, and TV. The room and bathroom were clean, the furnishings fine, but nothing special. The whole place seemed a little old-fashioned. The people at the desk were friendly.
You do receive a ticket for a breakfast buffet with eggs, bacon, some fruit, biscuits, and the ever-present Southern grits. The food was OK. The drinks, however, were served by a waitress, necessitating leaving a tip.
All in all an adequate lodging--just nothing special for $90.
From journal Exploring the Swamp
by Coach Bear
June 11, 2002
The room that we were given was typical of the old style Holiday Inn, with a king-sized bed, a desk, a recliner, and so forth. It was comfortable, but not luxurious. The hotel has a pool, but we did not take advantage of it. The room was clean, but seemed to be a little 'old'.
One of the best parts of the hotel was the free breakfast buffet that we were given each day of our stay. The meal of pancakes, sausage, bacon, eggs, juices, toast, grits, and other foods was delicious, and we enjoyed this as a part of our stay.
From journal "Swamp-Wise" in Waycross