Bridge Tenders House

Address: 127 Deep Woods Circle, Selma, Alabama, 36701, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 127 Deep Woods Circle, Selma, is near Edmund Pettus Bridge, Selma to Montgomery Highway, National Voting Rights Museum and Institute, and Old Depot Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Selma

Civil rights

A travel blog entry by ivaniscool on Jun 15, 2015

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Selma was a small worn out place but it is a very important part of history. Selma is where the civil rights walk happened. I think the city should of been more cleaned up because the president was there. I was thinking the city would be a little bigger but it is really small. Not much to say about it so next place is Pensacola by the coast. We will be headed there next then Mobile and then New Orleans. Yay but I will keep posting so keep checking in. Thanks again. ...

Travels with Nick And Nora

A travel blog entry by rid23466 on May 16, 2015

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... beautiful but peaceful and relaxing. We drove back to Pensacola from here to visit the National Aviation Museum and it was fascinating. I think that all of the volunteers here are former pilots,and there were many of them. They all loved to share their experiences and it was wonderful to hear their stories. Needless to say, John was in his glory. Many of the visitors were quite elderly, in other words, John and I felt young which doesn't happen very often these days. ...

Second State Park Along Our Journey

A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Mar 19, 2015

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We traveled only 73 miles between Pelham and Selma, but it was a beautiful drive along back roads -- absolutely gorgeous flowering pear and redbud trees. We went from the largest State Park in Alabama (Oak Mountain) to the smallest State Park (Paul M. Grist), with only 11 sites. The only bad part of the drive was the 2-mile park road that was narrow, hilly, and windy. It was ...

New Orleans to Alabama

A travel blog entry by travelnotes14 on Aug 23, 2014

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We left New Orleans. this morning and are on our way to Alabama to visit old yachting friends that we had not seen in more than 10 years. They live close to the Tennessee border and as the distance was more then 800 km we did it over two days and arrived at Richard and Mary's place just after lunch on Saturday. They have a lovely home on huge grounds amongst tall trees and green lawns. Richard ...

A Beautiful Wedding

A travel blog entry by vivicarroll on Oct 05, 2013

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Saturday, Angela Livingston, Gini Steinberg and I enjoyed walking around downtown Selma and even crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge. We met Kelly, Meredith and Kathy at a Mexican Restaurant downtown for lunch.
The 6:00 PM wedding was at First Baptist Church and the reception afterwards was at Sturdivant Hall. ...

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