Holiday Inn Birmingham-Hoover
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... Sports Hall of Fame. Which is when I realized that Birmingham in the least pedestrian friendly city I've ever been to. Half of the streets (major four-six lane streets don't have sidewalks on at least one side of the street, some of the sidewalks are in such poor condition or are so obstructed that they're not usable. Also, the situation is so bad that Google Maps suggested I walk along an elevated freeway since the local streets had so ...
... making good time, running though the IPad tunes and the last of the books on tape (The Crack in the World, was full of good info, but a bit sleep inducing, I'm afraid, if you live in SF, LA or Yellowstone, please consider moving to Louisiana, Mississippi or Alabama, you are due for a big shake). We are beginning to feel like going home. Please be done with snow, Maryland. Watching the weather, hoping that the tornados hold off, but seeing the number ...
... is blue. Looking forward to a great day of travel.
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Welcome to Birmingham, Alabama. I lived here for almost three years while I was in school, and my best friend still lives there, so I visit often. Birmingham is the largest city in the state of Alabama.
Just this past weekend, Birmingham hosted some really fun races that I hope to run for you next year. On Saturday, they had the Superhero 5k. Each runner received a t-shirt AND their very own superhero cape! I also heard that a lot of ...
This is a nice hotel but it's close to the bottom of my list of favorite overnights. It's not in a very good area and there isn't anything around the hotel. And they say "don't go wandering around" so I don't. I bring my own food with me in a lunch cooler so I don't need to go anywhere. We weren't there very long anyway, got in about 7:00 pm and left at 6:30 ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility