Quality Inn & Suites

Address: 941 Fort Dale Road, Greenville, Alabama, 36037, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 941 Fort Dale Road, Greenville, is near Cambrian Ridge.
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      125 miles: Greenville, AL

      A travel blog entry by ahand on Jan 13, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      I can't believe we're already to Greenville. I know this town as a good place to stop for gas and food on Interstate 65, but I didn't know much else, so I looked online.

      Greenville has been around since 1819. In the early days, most of the people who lived here were cotton farmers. Have you ever seen a cotton growing? It looks like a big field of popcorn, and it is not quite as soft as the cotton balls ...

      Play It As It Lies

      A travel blog entry by craigmorris on Jun 12, 2007

      5 comments, 5 photos

      ... dry that to play as the Pro Shop had some nice stuff. We are excited to play the course tomorrow and check off another top 100 you can play course. Now for the food and weather report. Weather - mostly cloudy with a high of 90 - humid but we have played in much much worse. Thunder Showers in the PM - see above. Evening temp 65 under clearing skies. Food - Dothan Waffle House - thumbs up - as good as we have become accustomed ...

      Wetumpka and Motgomery, Alabama

      A travel blog entry by heyco on Jan 10, 2006

      8 photos

      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

      So it's over. We leave today. When I first signed up for this I thought two weeks wouldn't be enough. And it's not enough for the clients. This is far from over and they still need help. But it's enough for me, for now. Keep in mind, it's not a standard forty hour work week. It's twelve to sixteen hour shifts of physically and emotionally draining work and there are no weekends and sometimes no gratitude. But I will do it again without question. I have learned a lot. Some about ...

      Almost All Aboard

      A travel blog entry by meganlyles on Sep 20, 2005

      ... the ship when they leave, the comments about the smell. There were times when I had to walk away to keep myself from getting in her face and yelling, "Shut up! Just shut up!" I'm not going to lie. There was an odor in that gym. But it was mainly coming from one or two folks. One of them was in a wheelchair. He needed a motorized wheelchair but lost it in the flood, so he was stuck struggling with a manual chair that was too small for him. He was in ...