Extended Stay America - Birmingham - Perimeter Park South
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... and eras with some
Asian, African, and pre-Columbian Native American stuff. There’s actually a
fair amount of European paintings from the Renaissance through Impressionism
and an impressive collection of European porcelain. The American collection is
very good with many paintings by well-known artists and a significant amount of
regional Alabama art. The Birmingham Museum of Art is what I’d expect ...
... path from the kitchen to the main house became known as the whistling walk.
The Civil rights museum was distressing and moving and informative. We learned about the segretation that existed in Birmingham up until the mid seventies.
We stopped into a roasted peanut factory that is still roasting in machines that are over a century old. We ate peanuts fresh out of the roasters. The smell was amazing.
... going and get excited. I've been doing some research on the Fitzgerald family that we are related to. They built several tower castles on the Dingle peninsula and at least one is open to look at. We need to plan on going there. We found a site on Lough Gur where a storyteller told about the Lord of Desmond (who was a Fitzgerald) who haunts the lake. Who knew we had a ghost in the ...
... calls Alexx who is off work now so we go to her apartment. It's in a building that used to be government housing, so it's the projects! We hang out for a little while and then go to our next apartment appointment. This time the apartment is nice but the manager is really just a slick salesman who will, apparently, say anything to get people to sign up for one of the apartments. Afterwards, we ...
... the Fair, Birmingham put the statue on a 128 ft pedestal on a mountain east of Birmingham. When trying to look at a 57 foot statue that doesn't start until 128 feet up, it's hard to see much detail. They did put in stairs and a elevator to an observation platform close to the top of the pedestal, but that makes it even harder to see the statue, standing right below his feet!
The museum next to Vulcan had some interesting history ...