Hampton Inn Decatur

2041 Beltline Road SW, Decatur, Alabama, 35601, United States | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 2041 Beltline Road SW, Decatur, is near Point Mallard Waterpark, Cook's Natural Science Museum, Decatur Convention and Visitors Bureau, and Sam Frank & Moore.
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    Travel Blogs from Decatur

    NuSkin Scam - Revealing The Secrets

    A travel blog entry by john0bob on Jul 31, 2014

    ... could read over the internet and also this again includes the courses offered by the company. Why is it that irrespective of how hard the members attempt to train themselves, they still neglect to succeed in the business? Actually, only 3% from 100 % found success along with the rest - pure failure. What could be the problem? It's easy. The practice system available from the business didn't really make sense that's the reasons considered it as the NuSkin ...

    Day 2 - Huntsville

    A travel blog entry by bbhathella on Jul 02, 2014

    6 photos

    We got up late after a fitful sleep! Headed off to the Nasa Space Center. Amazing history of space travel and lots of fun things for the kids. A real live space shuttle on site, gives perspective on its immense size and the how astronauts can make there way to space. Precision is a must! What a great day! Off to bed as we pack for a vacation on our vacation...Gatlinburg, Tennessee (borders the Great Smoky Mountains National Park), here we ...

    352 miles: State #3 Tennessee

    A travel blog entry by ahand on Mar 21, 2014

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... Tennessee, just north of the state line. It was started 100 years ago as a railroad town. There is also an Ardmore, Alabama on the south end of town.

    One of the town's biggest events is the Armore Car Show. Every August, people bring their fancy antique cars to the park in Ardmore. There are prizes for the best cars, and people enjoy looking at ...

    Gosh it's warm, can we survive the arrival

    A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010 on Dec 05, 2013

    3 photos

    ... into the early morning along the Mosel river, a ferry trip (for virgins) to remember and of course the topper - a fairy tale castle and a buck naked German man of 70.

    Off to the Huntsville airport via a wonderful and trusted friend we began our adventure just after 1:00 pm. It was about 70 degrees F which translates into about 17 degrees C, to an arrival of about 0 degrees C. All you science people can do the math. And why? Because you’ll enjoy this blog and ...

    A cold, windy day

    A travel blog entry by ninapennewell on Nov 12, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... it was a peaceful day. We are parked very close to the banks of a forest so it is quite pretty with the fall colors and the beaches just a few yards away. We saw a bobcat slinking through the woods this morning and then an eagle fished by our starboard side. Also a few small ducks and a heron hung out by the boat most of the day. Otherwise, there was not a living soul around beyond a couple of barges in the distance. I spent the day reading in my bridge solarium while ...