The Cedars Plantation Bed and Breakfast

590 Cheaha Road, Munford, Alabama, 36268, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 590 Cheaha Road, Munford.
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    Travel Blogs from Munford

    Camping at the highest point in Alabama!

    A travel blog entry by thewalshes on Jul 06, 2014

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    We spent the night in the RV at Cheaha State Park in Talladega Alabama.
    We arrived early enough to take some pics as we headed up the mountain.
    Poor RV had a tough time getting up some of the hills. I think we were down to about 15 MPH on a few of the steeper ones. What happens when we get out west :(


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    Preparing to GO!!

    A travel blog entry by petrostudent on Jul 06, 2014

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    ... Holcomb, Anna Holmes, Abby Jones, Landon Jones, Nathan Jones, Nicole Jones, Will Jones, Dakota Kelley, Hannah Lee, Trey Lee, Lauren Luker, Jayce Mackey, Abby Martin, Randy Martin, Abby Minor, Jordan Mitchell, Allie Nixon, Joseph Nolin, Christian Peters, Grace Pritchett, Caitlyn Roberts, Sydney Roe, Caitlyn Sims, Kristyn Sims, Adam Smith, Keighan Spann, Brianna Taylor, Faith Terrell, David Thomas, ...

    The Big One

    A travel blog entry by dprovan on May 04, 2014

    3 photos

    ... salad for the group in one of the hotel's meeting rooms was met with resounding applause. It was another opportunity to get to know our fellow travellers and enjoy an early evening after an exciting day.

    Not looking forward to returning to the snow we heard about this morning. Being in Alabama is like being in summer. The people are friendly and the countryside is beautiful.


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    Over the river and through the woods

    A travel blog entry by sandi.beach on Nov 10, 2013

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... 1938. The Parkway is also designated a National Scenic Byway and All-American Road -- a two lane road that winds among trees on either side. I stayed in an RV park just around the corner from the Visitor Center.

    The roads in MS are fairly flat and straight (good for cruise control) with a mixture of pine and deciduous trees lining the roadway. Leaves were giving a last gasp of color (mostly brown).

    Nov 9

    I left Tupelo ...

    The South - Nashville, Talladega & New Orleans

    A travel blog entry by kerriejohnstone on Oct 25, 2013

    83 photos

    ... into it in New Orleans. New Orleans is such a unqiue and multicultural city. We definately felt like a minority as 60% of its population is African-Americans. It has high murder and poverty rates and does smell a little like South America but the buildings are beautiful.

    We spent most of our time listening to live music on Bourbon and Frenchmen st which was really awsome. You can see the French, Spanish and African influences in the architecture, ...