DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Montgomery Downtown

Address: 120 Madison Ave., Montgomery, Alabama, 36104, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 120 Madison Ave., Montgomery, is near Civil Rights Memorial, Hank Williams Museum, Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church, and Court Square.
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      Travel Blogs from Montgomery

      On The Road Again

      A travel blog entry by dbax on Feb 09, 2015

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      Packed our stuff and it was off again. This time to Montgomery. Stopped at Race Trac convenience store. Like our QT. Angie bought 2 large cans of boiled Cajun Peanuts to bring home.

      Started getting some rain going north on I-75 around Gainesville. Went north into Alabama on state route 231. Went through Dotham, Ozark, and Troy. Very beautiful country.

      Got into Montgomery about 7 p.m. It was cold and windy.

      Tomorrow headed to Selma and ...

      Alabama

      A travel blog entry by d4nnyboy on Dec 17, 2014

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      Today we stopped in Alabama. We refilled gas for $45.51. It was a quick stop and now we're headed towards Tallahassee.

      State Capitol-Montgomery
      Two important cities- Dothan, Birmingham
      Year of stateood-
      State motto- Audemus jura nostra defendere
      State flower-Camelia

      The Crossroads of Civil Rights

      A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Nov 12, 2014

      1 comment, 55 photos

      ... the call. The prejudice of the day still prevailed, so they were required to train as a segregated unit. Tuskegee already had a flight training program established for civilians, so it was the logical place for African Americans, from across the country, to be trained. The first 13 trainees arrived in Tuskegee in July of 1941 to train as fighter pilots. Though the road was difficult, and they were subjected to being in a segregated flight ...

      Montgomery - As Deep South as it Gets

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Nov 06, 2014

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      ... which housed Jefferson Davis and his family for several months
      in 1861 until the capital of the Confederate States of America was moved from
      Montgomery to Richmond for the duration of the breakaway pseudo-nation’s
      existence. The house is free and has a nice self-guided tour, so you can read a
      detailed handout about the history and room furnishings as you wander around rather
      than being at the mercy of a drawling southern belle in period costume. ...

      New Orleans to Alabama

      A travel blog entry by travelnotes14 on Aug 23, 2014

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      23.8.2014



      We left New Orleans. this morning and are on our way to Alabama to visit old yachting friends that we had not seen in more than 10 years. They live close to the Tennessee border and as the distance was more then 800 km we did it over two days and arrived at Richard and Mary's place just after lunch on Saturday. They have a lovely home on huge grounds amongst tall trees and green lawns. Richard ...