Hampton Inn Pell City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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It had turned chilly in Birmingham the day before, so it was a bit easier to pack for the colder temps that awaited us in Chicago that weekend. Andy dropped Stephanie and me off at the airport around 8:45 a.m. and he made his way to Providence, KY from there. ...
... but most of all like im about to read my favorite book. cover to cover in seven glorious days. with my favorite characters and yet the plot is hazy, so i'm going into it not quite knowing what is in store for me. 4) this trip could not be better planned, timing-wise. alex moves out for good tomorrow, and the last thing i need after that is to be in this house all by myself all at once right away. i have something to look forward to in the near future, which i know will make ...
I leave for Ireland in twelve days. I am staying with my best friend Lydia Atkins for seven days where she is working and living in a community called Ballytobin. Then I will fly to Copenhagen, Denmark, on my own for three days. I will be alone but hopefully not lonely. At least that's the plan. Then I'll be home for about two weeks and then Dad and I are heading to San Francisco, California. We are ...
"Is that it?" "Yeah dad, that's definitely it," I retorted upon pulling up to the remarkable 2.6 mile-circumference Super Speedway. The Talladega Speedway truly was something else. After a multitude of selfies with old race cars with retro advertisements, we took a bus tour of the track itself. Driving on the track where Southern legends created their legacies was awe-inspiring. Some classic pics in the winner circle saw us leave for the ...
The Swann covered bridge was the 3rd and last bridge on the loop and was the longest. It was constructed in 1933. The entrance is 9ft wide and 8ft tall. It is the longest of the 3 at 324ft long. All of the bridges are on the U.S. National register of historic ...