Days Inn Greenville

Address: 946 Fort Dale Road, Greenville, Alabama, 36037, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 946 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

What can I say - another great day of golf here in the deep south. We were wondering if the long drive to Dothan would be Worth it. We are so glad we made the trip as Highland Oaks didn't disappoint in the least. We started the day as always with a quick trip to the Waffle House. Can't believe that we don't have one right next door her in Greenville, I am not sure what we will do tomorrow. We drove out to the course. I think we ...

Big Fish and Turtlegators

A travel blog entry by philiad on May 13, 2007

5 photos

... puts all my travels to shame. You walk about the river, and are stunned by the lack of fences. The dogs range ahead and snout in the brambles. A hare breaks cover and bolts away. Birds rush the hot sky and are gone. Turtles plop into the green water and peak up to watch you pass. By the old sewage pipes, in the still and milky pond waters, Laura tells me there are turtlegators. They have shells like a turtle but snouts like an alligator. long necks and spiny tails. and they can ...

Wetumpka and Motgomery, Alabama

A travel blog entry by heyco on Jan 10, 2006

8 photos

... the steps leading into the Capitol, the celebration of the 145th anniversary of the cessation, complete with actors reading speeches delivered at that time and a minister preaching a sermon was taking place. Inside we viewed the special Rosa Parks exhibition commemorating her sitting on the bus in the 'white' section and providing a lot of information on the Civil Rights movement with Martin Luther King and the 381 days of peaceful protest of not riding ...

Summing Up

A travel blog entry by meganlyles on Sep 22, 2005

... some about Michael, and some about people in general, and some about the American Red Cross. I always thought of the Red Cross as professional diaster-fixers, poised for action at all times. But it's just people. Of course there are paid, permanent staff and there are experienced volunteers who have done this before. But really the Red Cross is people. Most of the people I met in Montgomery were volunteering for the first time. When I put on my red vest, I am the Red Cross. When ...