Econo Lodge Troy

Address: 811 US 231 South, Troy, Alabama, 36081-0486, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 811 US 231 South, Troy, is near Pioneer Museum of Alabama.
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Travel Blogs from Troy

Pretty drive up US-231

A travel blog entry by ranlo on May 09, 2014

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Florida Caverns State Park was the planned destination for today; however, it's closed because of flooding. Will decide where to stop based on the weather and how far we feel like driving.

I-10 west, then north on US-231. This is a great 4-lane highway with a nice wide median; no problem in a motorhome. Love traveling through the small towns instead of always on the interstate. The driver would beg ...

Day 5- Heading South

A travel blog entry by bchambayil on Aug 21, 2013

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Memphis is our farthest destination on the east of US and  now its time to start heading south.    We started the day by visiting "Graceland"    Elvis Presley's house/ranch in Memphis.  It was amazing to see how the king of rock and roll lived. I had a kick seeing all the costumes he wore. ...

Gala applesplosion

A travel blog entry by ronald.mccall on Jan 09, 2011

Walmart wants apples, so we are going to deliver. I'll add more when I'm not exhausted =P.

I found some of the most delicious pancakes in Mitchell South Dakota, they were full of potato, bacon, and onion, was awesome.

Someone did something stupid but ...

Honeysuckle Hills

A travel blog entry by tmarooch on Jun 18, 2007

This has been a lovely day of general relaxing. There has been some pool time, some friend time, some West Wing time, plenty of leftovers, and some family time. Hard to imagine I'll be heading home tomorrow. The woods behind the Blankenship home is buzzing with life. I confess that I crack my window open at night so I ...

Father's Day

A travel blog entry by tmarooch on Jun 17, 2007

I awake this morning to people's voices and Zeke wanting to go out and see what is up. I let him out of the room and crawl back into bed feeling like trash, and I don't mean the cat. I guess all in all I had consumed 6 Long Island Teas before the previous night was over. That was over the course of 10 hours, however, and I made sure to drink lots of water in between. I think the lack of sleep is what makes it bad. There ...