Hampton Inn - University
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn - University Tuscaloosa
We stayed here for one night while visiting Tuscaloosa and it is very quiet. The breakfast is good and there are cookies and milk in the evening.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn - University Tuscaloosa
Travel Blogs from Tuscaloosa
... up trash along the highway near the camp and at the worksite.
There were a number of people in the group that had come to Biloxi and Port Sulphur. It is such a joyful part of my job - the reunion of friends from all around the country who come to serve and act as the hands and feet of God. Kermit, the two Gary's, the two Toms, and Sharon. Took me a while to connect faces with names again. Jared, our volunteer coordinator, ...
... bringing young folks from both sides of the conflct to the USA to live and work together for eight weeks. The first week of the trip the whole group works with a Habitat affiliate learning how to build a house while at the same time learning to get along and see that we are all not that different. The next eight weeks, the group divides up throughout the US and they are placed in internships in their fields of study. ...
... even after the kids left home and was a favorite activity to drop by to visit with his grandkids.
One of my favorite memories of my dad is during the turbulent 60's (hippie times) and one night out of the blue, he asked me if I would like to go see the Beatles movie, Let it Be. I guess I was so moved that he would want to see something that I was interested in.
Dad also was a very creative person and both he and my ...
October 21st thru the 25th we built another home in Tuscaloosa. Blitz build they call it. We've done three or four here since the April 2011 tornado. This is the second one weve done working with the local firefighters. On the morning of the first day there was a blank conrete slab. At 11 am we were setting trusses and by days end on the first day, we had the metal roof installed. And like that ...
... my 31st wedding anniversary. My wife Lois and I, along with 2,074 other couples were married in a small intimate ceremony in New Yorks's Madison Square Garden on July 1st, 1982.
When asked to what I attribute the long lasting nature of our relationship, I usually attribute it to two things: One- we love each other dearly and two- we live in different states. Pray for us, though. Thanks. ...