Days Inn Birmingham
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Birmingham
Just off the interstate but difficult entrance with small sign,big rooms with tea & coffee facilities also in lobby. Free WiFi,Contential breakfast and a big clean cool pool. Plenty of off street parking.Plenty of eating places at Ironside the town at bottom of hill.
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... re going to see the Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark - "currently the only twentieth-century blast furnace in the U.S. being preserved and interpreted as an historic industrial site." (http://slossfurnaces.com/history/becom ing-sloss-furnaces-national-historic-la ndmark/). After the furnaces, we plan to head on home.
It's been an amazing time! We've learned a lot, seen a lot, driven a lot. Thank you, God, for this vacation!
... swim classes from age 4 to 7 with the best swim school in the San Francisco Bay Area. Due to Mark's high Dutch standards (hey, it's swim or sink there sometimes) it still looked pretty pathetic despite all the money we threw at those classes. One of the goals of this trip was thus to get Milo to practice his laps daily to fine-tune his strokes. Tonight, he swam under ...
This is the coolest "abandoned factory" type exhibit I have ever seen.Most places like this are fenced off or very limited access for safety reasons but nearly the entire factory is accessible. You can climb up onto platforms, peaks and machinery at your hearts content. Justin had a great time exploring an old steam shovel. We climbed ...
Just passing through, so we didn't have to drive too much the next day. Plus better & cheaper hotel since it's in a smaller city. Took forever to drive here, roads were pitch-black & windy as we went around mountains and through parks. Staff was helpful and ...
Darren didn't want to see anything in Birmingham so we hit the road. The drive down I-59 is long and tree lined and that is really about all you see. The rest areas are beautifully kept and we stretched our legs and hung out along the way.
Just into Mississippi we stopped at a welcome center again to stretch. It was wonderfully decorated in a victorian setting with a very friendly staff. Hung a bit, viewed ...