Hilton Garden Inn Auburn/Opelika
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College football. Wow. My mind has been blown. The idea that a college town's population could simply grow by 100,000 just for a day as people flow in for a football game sounds ridiculous, but to see it is something else. The town of Auburn became an overflowing sea of people wearing orange yesterday as fanatical fans came to support their team, the Auburn Tigers. I was introduced to the idea of tailgating which is maybe somewhat bigger than the game itself. People set ...
... out the park and started our journey to Columbus, GA. So exciting to catch up with Tracy and meet her and Mark and their girls, Isabel and Sophia. We haven't seen each other in over 10 years. It was like old times we just talked and caught up about everything. Isabel and the kids had fun together, Sophia joined in at times.Mark came home soon after we arrived and we had such a fun night chatting and had a good many laughs - ...
We had decided to take the I 85 north and cut up away from the Gulf. Our stop in Auburn was due to the State park being close to freeway. Well, it all worked out. This area had some interesting and enjoyable attractions.
On our visit to the East Alabama Museum, in a small storefront on a side street of Opelika, we were the only visitors. We were offered sodas and given a partially guided tour. There had been a German prisoner of war camp there during WW2 and ...
Well I just created this blog thingy for my great European adventure... (that's what this blog site is calling it, I'm just going with it). 3 weeks in Copenhagen finishing up my ENVD capstone project, then 10 days in London/Paris! But yeah even though I don't leave for another month or so I'm trying this blogging website thing out here. Great exciting stuff, huh? Just check back in precisely 38 days and hey, I'll be on a plane to ...
... The city was beautiful. Lots of old original homes. The 22 public squares are all dedicated to people who helped mold the city. Highway 80 was renamed to Victory Highway after WWI and a palm tree was planted for each fallen soldier from Tybee Island into Savannah.
Sites we saw/visited:
St. John the Baptist Cathedral
Lady and Son's Restaurant - Paula Deen's ...
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