Hampton Inn - University
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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.
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... and broken single glazed windows that were presently in the house.
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... to work through this weekend to finish it- We'll see tomorrow if he made it or not. Might have to give him a hand.
Never a dull moment.
New subject. Had a great visit by a group of 25 or so young Mennonites who dropped by the Lion's Den to sing me some Christmas carols. I was so moved by their singing and was so choked up that I was unable to say more that, "Heaven has come to earth"
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... told Brandon, "No way" The Mercedes group made it possible to say "Yes way".
We will continue to build on this and another home on Juanita drive this week with two great groups. Both are good friends and have brought groups multiple time here to work with us. The first is a group mostly from Frederick, Md. led by Chuck Halsey. The other group is from Pennsylvania and is led by ...
We had only a small group of out of towners staying with us this past week. Seven came from the same church in South Carolina and a onesie came by herself from New York, New York (a place so great they had to name it twice). They all stayed at our volunteer camp outside of Tuscaloosa shich is called Y's Acres. The 70 acre camp is owned by the local YMCA (get it- Y's Acres?) and was rehabbed by Habitat so that we could house ...
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