The Martin House Bed and Breakfast Inn

Address: 212 East Commerce Street, Greenville, Alabama, 36037, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 212 East Commerce Street, Greenville, is near Cambrian Ridge.
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Montgomery South RVPARK

A travel blog entry by tbasler on May 19, 2015

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... the last night before our destination for Moira's graduation events. We'll be further out of Atlanta/Marietta so hope this doesn't get too be too much work. Sara made a hair cut appointment for me on Thursday at the Ave. old stomping grounds at WS. I'm hoping to get to Decatur to see friends. Interesting that I want to see friends I only knew for 2 years compared to those I knew in our subdivision for ...

125 miles: Greenville, AL

A travel blog entry by ahand on Jan 13, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... flower, and they are the state flower of Alabama. Camellias grow on bushes and the flowers come in lots of different colors and shapes. They look a bit like roses but they are sturdier. I am attaching a photo of a "purple dawn" camellia. My dad planted one of these camellia bushes in my own back yard in Florida. He knows a whole lot about camellias.

125 miles down, 1,040 to go!


Play It As It Lies

A travel blog entry by craigmorris on Jun 12, 2007

5 comments, 5 photos

... dad he had to "play the ball as it lied!" It was even worth the 2 dozen balls I lost when he did play it.. and in fact even kept it in play for the next shot. The picture we all now have of dad with shoes off in the lake will be with us forever. I will alway remember Highland Oaks if only for that moment. After we played it was again time for us to hit the road - this time to Greenville. A relaxed two hour drive and we were ...

Wetumpka and Motgomery, Alabama

A travel blog entry by heyco on Jan 10, 2006

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Tuesday, January 10 (Mum's birthday - she would have been 86), we drove from Appalchicola, Florida to Panama City at up route 231 to Wetumpka, Alabama, which is just north of Montogmery, Alabama's capital and first Confederate capital in the Civil War. At Wetumpka we stayed with Barbara's niece, Sarah (daughter of sister Donna) her husband Jason and sons Alex and Nathan. We enjoyed chatting during the afternoon, eating at the Catfish Restaurant tasting ...

Summing Up

A travel blog entry by meganlyles on Sep 22, 2005

... t donate after the earthquakes in California, or the tornadoes in the Midwest, or Sept. 11 in New York, other people wondered why there was not "more." If you think checks would be handed out faster if there were more people here to do it, well other people thought that same thing, when you didn't volunteer to go hand out checks to them. That's something I wasn't able to say to anyone I worked with, because there is no nice way to say it and because I'm sure that's not what the ...