It Started With A Railroad
Georgia: Most cities in the US came about as a result of a previous group of people occupying a certain piece of land. In some cases, these groups of people were enticed by the promise of gold, rich harvest, or nearness to a body of water. There are some cities, however, where the start came about as a result of the opening of new roads – roads such as those that are used for trains and train stations. One such city is Morrow.
Morrow is located right at the heart of Georgia. As of 2000, the city boasts of a population of a little more than four thousand. It was first founded in the middle of the 19th century and was incorporated by 1943. Although Morrow is, by all standards, a small city, it is actually one of the many places in Georgia that has consistently proven to be a hit among tourist because of its strategic position to some of the state’s well known tourist attractions, some of which include the Reynolds Nature Preserve, the World of Coca-Cola, the Legoland at the Discovery Center Atlanta, the Fox Theater, and the Southlake Mall.
In order to make the most of these places, your best bet would be to book yourself in any of the Hotels in Morrow GA. One hotel in Morrow GA that you might want to consider is America’s Best Value Inn and Suites.
As part of the wide chain of America’s Best Value Inn and Suites, Americas Best Value Inn and Suites Morrow welcomes guests with the hotel chain’s standard amenities including wireless Internet connection, access to meeting facility, access to guest laundry facility, and access to the hotel’s business center. Guests can also take advantage of the continental breakfast that the hotel also offers for free.
More information about Americas Best Value Inn and Suites Morrow can be found at http://www.indembsudan.com/81432/28.htm . You can also make use of the site in order to book in advance a room for your next vacation.
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Americas Best Value Inn and Suites Morrow/Atlanta
2185 Mt Zion Pkwy. Morrow, GA, 30260 USA
Phone: (770) 472-9800
by: Lawrence Mease