Hampton Inn & Suites Birmingham-Hoover-Galleria
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... 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 ...
... and talk til one in the morning. For the first time in two or three weeks, I'm not absolutely exhausted. The next day Ruby and I look at some more apartments. The last one is one she really likes but she won't know if she will get it until someone else who has already applied for it is processed. Tonight (Wednesday), we stay at Pam and Gerry's again and tomorrow we drive to Damascus where Rick ...
Oops! Wrong Vulcan!
Tomorrow we arrive in Atlanta (Lord willing!), so today we had a leisurely morning and didn't leave Jackson, MS, until after 11am. We drove to Birmingham, checked into our hotel (very nice - more frequent hotel points from Dan's Lockheed days), then drove up to Vulcan Park. It was very interesting; I'd never heard of the statue Vulcan in Birmingham before, but then, I've never been in Birmingham before (other ...
... out. WiFi permitting, we'll try to upload a video we shot. As Lulu said, it's amazing to find musicians of this quality out on the streets for free--although we gave them tips and bought their latest CD from them.
Due to bad planning, we left with only five CDs in our six-CD player in the car. We try to listen to radio as much as possible, but, especially ...
... tunnels and explored through pitch black underground areas. All the machinery is still there and relatively intact.
It was eerie to sit back and imagine what life might have been like for workers here at the turn of the century when this place was in full production. Working in 90+ degrees outside and adding to that the ...