Hampton Inn Greenville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... the last night before our destination for Moira's graduation events. We'll be further out of Atlanta/Marietta so hope this doesn't get too be too much work. Sara made a hair cut appointment for me on Thursday at the Ave. old stomping grounds at WS. I'm hoping to get to Decatur to see friends. Interesting that I want to see friends I only knew for 2 years compared to those I knew in our subdivision for ...
What a difference a day makes. Went to bed at 65 degrees in Savannah, and woke up to drizzle and 41 degrees. There is a major winter storm warning in effect. We cannot get north of Interstate 20 because of snow and ice. So we went west to Macon, Georgia, then continued west along old country roads. It was awesome. Hardly any traffic and beautiful scenery and old homes. Outside of Macon, we took a detour and went to McIntyre, Ga. We stopped in front of Honey Boo Boo's house! Definitely ...
I can't believe we're already to Greenville. I know this town as a good place to stop for gas and food on Interstate 65, but I didn't know much else, so I looked online.
Greenville has been around since 1819. In the early days, most of the people who lived here were cotton farmers. Have you ever seen a cotton growing? It looks like a big field of popcorn, and it is not quite as soft as the cotton balls ...
... that the memorial to the airmen had been moved to a hanger somewhere--not sure where. This is somewhat surprising in view of the recent movie out on the airmen. The university looked old (wish I could say Quaint) and the town looked pretty worn down. Also drove by the home/museum of George Washington Carver, but it was closed. We should have stayed on the highway. Our stop over tonight is ...
... we crossed the border into Alabama, and at Troy we spotted the Pioneer Museum of Alabama - definitely a place we needed to stop. Then further along the road we saw bison!
As soon as we crossed into Alabama we started noticing signs along the roadside called 'historic markers'. Many of them are on the main highway, and it is impossible to stop, but we found a few on the backroads going to the ...