Hampton Inn Cullman

6100 Highway 157, Cullman, Alabama, 35057, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 6100 Highway 157, Cullman, is near Ave Maria Grotto.
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    Travel Blogs from Cullman

    Southern hospitality is not a myth

    A travel blog entry by kannesull on Aug 31, 2014

    ... high-fives to praise us for being youths in the church community.

    We then go to her grandparents' house and her grandma is so delighted to have company that she really can't contain herself. The atmosphere is so friendly that I am almost confused, but then I remember that I grew up in New York, where by nature we question whenever something seems too good to be true. After Ashley asks if I've ever had fried okra to which I of course ...

    Corinth Recreation Area--Bankhead National Forest

    A travel blog entry by ranlo on May 12, 2014

    17 photos

    ... trees in the Firefly Loop; stayed in Yellow Hammer to get satellite. What a great campground--paved sites with grass, picnic table, woods all around. Managers of this loop are Kala and Don, wonderful people! Brought brochures and sat at the table with us discussing things to do in the area.

    Nice trail between the two campground loops, which ...

    Cinco De Mayo

    A travel blog entry by shipoffools on May 05, 2013

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... Tennessee River after Decatur. The weather was pretty much miserable with high winds against them at first and rain and cold temps. And the valve problem on the water intake continues to be the thorn in their side. They know how to bypass the problem, but it requires a steady eye on the temperature gauge ...

    Day 26; Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama

    A travel blog entry by tobyandcarol on Oct 08, 2012

    2 photos

    ... fast - the hills and valleys are steep, but not jagged, if that makes sense. It makes for fast elevation changes, and then beautiful level (but very curvy) roads along the sides of the hills. Tons of old rock and wood bridges crossing rivers, and roads that any sports car drivers would kill for. As the driver of a very un-sporty 31 foot RV, I had to do more "imagining" than heel/toe braking, or double clutch ...

    Finally I achieve oasis!

    A travel blog entry by 583474609 on Aug 14, 2012

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    ... oasis's native not very tourism, but I think we can get alone with them. Today afternoon, I saw a girl who was drying her clothes make me fell in love with her at the first second. Now, I wanna stay in here forever and get marry with her, my ...