River Rest Bed and Breakfast - Birmingham
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews River Rest Bed and Breakfast - Birmingham Talladega
Travel Blogs from Talladega
We have been preparing for our trip since we decided to go in March. This week we finalized all the accommodation reservations. I ordered a new purse: the thing came in yesterday and is astonishingly tiny! So cute! And it will leave my hands free to carry shopping bags.
Things at work are winding down after a frantic couple of months, so I am starting to actually think about where ...
... to the CNN building and have dinner at a place called Dantannas. Yum! I had a grilled salmon salad. Alexx's boyfriend is the manager there. Later we drop Alexx off, pick up Leo, and drive to ******* where Pam and Gerry live. Like Kay and Dominick, they have a beautiful and large home. It's in a gated community and we have to call them for the gate code! They show us the house and then we ...
The Vulcan statue was the contribution of the burgeoning city of Birmingham to the world at the St. Louis Worlds Fair in 1904. It won the grand prize for the metallurgy pavilion and both the cities of Saint Louis and San Francisco tried to buy the statue after the Fair was over. It is a strange statue, honoring the Roman god of smithying. It is the largest cast iron statue in the country, 57 feet tall; several ...
... the pool, his confidence his growing, his strokes are getting better. While Milo is practicing, Mark has been bringing Noah into the swimming pool. A few weeks ago, he started as a scared little puppy that had to cling to Mark constantly. Tonight, however, he proudly showed Lulu he can float, tread water while holding his hands above water, jump in the pool into Mark's ...
... tunnels and explored through pitch black underground areas. All the machinery is still there and relatively intact.
It was eerie to sit back and imagine what life might have been like for workers here at the turn of the century when this place was in full production. Working in 90+ degrees outside and adding to that the ...