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Discussion in 'Announcements' started by plantman.uk, Jul 21, 2015.

  1. plantman.uk

    plantman.uk Well-Known Member

    Oct 4, 2009
    excavator operator
    High guys. I just wanted to let you know something. I'm from the UK. And visiting family in the good ole USA. While on my way to sunny Florida to attend a wedding I was driving on Hwy20 west and needed a place to stay the night. Being a visitor I had no clue where to stay so I found this place. Fairbridge Inn exit 218 1311 Hwy20 west McDonough GA. it was the worst place I have ever had the misfortune to sleep for the night. For $140 for the night I expected it to be at the very least CLEAN. All I'm saying guys don't get caught like I did Avoid this Fairbridge Inn if you can. I know this is not typical of places to stay in America and I hope a one off for me.
  2. digger doug

    digger doug Senior Member

    Nov 2, 2011
    Thrash-A-Matic designer
    NW Pennsylvania
    ...and now you know why some people here pull caravans (travel trailers).:D

    Really, Really, Beeg ones, with "pop outs" et all.

    And use 1 ton diesel trucks to drag them around....

    I once came across a truck pulling a smaller gooseneck trailer (while travelling on I-90 in South Dakota),
    and hitched to the back of that, was a boat trailer.

    Yup, a double.
    Last edited: Jul 21, 2015