Hilton Garden Inn Birmingham / Lakeshore Drive
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... his driving. We did over 7 hours on the road and Victor spent the bulk of the time behind the wheel. In addition to the time logged, the road was mostly rural highway with stoplights and commercial centers so lots of stop and go which Victor handled well. The Alabama roads we took had some very interesting roadside sights. Those kitschy ones often found on the older highways. My favorite was the ...
... I stayed dry and so did the car. Thanks CC! That's a trick I will use often now. Maybe I can teach my nieces too.
Rest stops are a great place for water top ups, calisthenics, and air conditioned bathrooms to beautify yourself before entering civilized cities (be sure and bring your baby wipes...the shea butter ones smell real nice!).
Sleeping in the Prius...lets just say its cozy and ...
On September 15, 1963, a bomb explodes during Sunday morning services in the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, killing four young girls.
The church bombing was the third in Birmingham in 11 days after a federal order came down to integrate Alabama’s school system. Fifteen sticks of dynamite were planted in the church basement, underneath what turned out to be the ...
- My granddaughter, Kenna, told me I had missed her last two birthdays and could I please make this one. I was there for their Spring break and Erik, my daughter's boyfriend, asked me to stay for his graduation from the police academy. Little did I know it would put me there for over a month. It was a wonderful trip and everybody, including Erik's family, made me feel ...
... seats in coach and enjoyed the scenery of the countryside from Birmingham through Mississippi until the sun went down. We arrived in New Orleans around 7:20 pm.
Note: the train has passenger/sleeper cars if you prefer privacy. They are a bit more expensive and small, but may be worth it, depending on the distance traveled or personal preference. The trains also have dining cars if you don't want to pack your own cooler.