Centerstone Inn

Address: 4700 Doris Pate Drive, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 35405, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 4700 Doris Pate Drive, Tuscaloosa, is near Paul W. Bryant Museum, Children's Hands-On Museum, and Highland Oaks.
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      Travel Blogs from Tuscaloosa

      How do you start a flood?

      A travel blog entry by petersalemme on Dec 14, 2014

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      ... of our houses, just how that is done. We were in our weekly construction staff meeting at the Habitat office and Brandon, our construction director gets a phone call from the building inspector. He says, "Did you know that you have water running out of both of the doors on your house at 24 Juanita Drive.?" This is the future home of Marphus Pruitt and was substantially complete, with a dedication set for this coming Friday. ...

      Mercedes

      A travel blog entry by petersalemme on Oct 05, 2014

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      About a month or so ago, Ellen Potts and Brandon Kastellar, Habitat of Tuscaloosa's Executive Director and Construction Director, were invited to speak to the Board of the Mercedes Plant. Brandon told me that the board room felt like the bridge on a starship. Very intense. the outcome of their five minute meeting (after cooling their heels just outside the room for 45 minutes) was a ...

      3 years in T-Town

      A travel blog entry by petersalemme on Aug 10, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... Louisiana, where Bart (his name is Tucker, but he's a good Talker) russled up funding for four new homes. These all had to be up on 15 foot tall piers. A pile driver subcontractor set those 30 or so 55 foot inverted telephone poles into the ground with a special head on the arm of his excavator. D-r-r-r-r-r--r. The ground would shake across the street from were they were being driven. They would then bolt the floor frame ...

      No Volunteers this week.

      A travel blog entry by petersalemme on Jul 06, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... were there, we ran into Brandon Kasteler who was up on the roof of the first house the newly re-booted affiliate of Habitat was building. I knew Brandon from my Biloxi days after Hurricane Katrina. He was working with Bill Stallworth, a local councilman from Biloxi, and they had set up a non-profit organization that was doing the case work for all the families affected by Katrina in Biloxi. Their organization ...

      A Polar Bear, Tiger and Elephant

      A travel blog entry by pjandbubba on Jun 11, 2014

      13 photos

      ... But Coke – that's a different story. I love all things coke. It was so interesting seeing and hearing the history and all the different products. My favorite part was taking a picture with the Coca-Cola bear. Mike’s was the "Taste Room" where they had 60 different Coke products from all over the world. You just take your cup and sample away. The end of the tour ended up with a ...