Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Bessemer
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Travel Blogs from Bessemer
... brand ever! "Blue bell" ice cream could definitely be the undoing of me. Driving on the wrong (or right) side of the road has taken some adjusting to. At first it was weird, reaching for the gears with my left hand only bashed my arm against the door. My first day driving in the right side of the road was fine, until I met one of the two round a bouts in Birmingham and instinctively went around to the left. Turns out that's the wrong way over here. Luckily a. No ...
... Manager who insisted that we leave the bikes at the front door, for security. He invited us to an open bar and nibbles from 5-7 and then also gave us vouchers for dinner at the Seafood restaurant across the road with free entrée or dessert each.
Yes, with that many temptations we did partake and enjoyed the evening although all of us were shattered.
Tomorrow, we head to Knoxville via the Jack Daniels ...
... gold and brown.
You think of lands you journeyed through,
of paintings and a dress once worn
by a woman you never found again.
And suddenly you know: that was enough.
You rise and there appears before you
in all its longings and hesitations
the shape of what you ...
... area, but not enough to justify going out of your way for. After a nice lunch of crawfish etouffe, and red beans and rice, it was time to make our way to our hotel in the French Quarter.
First stop after checking in is to head for some local oysters and a beer, we've been on the road all day after all. We head out to the Acme Oyster House at the recommendation of the folks at the hotel, it is just across Bourbon Street after all. The oysters were good but not ...
... immigrant engineer. It was laid out with entertaining as a big feature of the house, where the lady and the gentleman of the house could entertain guests separately, along with a large dining room for formal dinners.
After the guided tour, we took a self guided tour through the rest of the place, seeing many of the different styles of houses prominent in the settlement of Alabama, from one bedroom shotgun houses, through dog-trots ...