Holiday Inn Express Jasper

Address: 202 Oakhill Road, Jasper, Alabama, 35501, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 202 Oakhill Road, Jasper, is near Lewis-Smith Lake & Dam.
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    Travel Blogs from Jasper

    Heading north by going west

    A travel blog entry by rollinos on Apr 20, 2015

    After a filling good breakfast at Carolyn and Gale's we started on our way. We made it to the Arrowhead Campground in Marianna, Florida in the panhandle. It's an OK spot for the night with grassy sites, some trees, and fairly picturesque on a pond. We ate outside on a beat up picnic table, or should I say rustic picnic table. BTW- the $380.00 roof rack is carrying our $85.00 picnic table top. Such a ...

    Wild Ride

    A travel blog entry by kjburton on Jul 10, 2014

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    ... 15 minutes but today it was more like that plus an additional 20 minutes. We made it back all safe and sound albeit a little wet. Back to the lodge and just in time for dinner with a couple from our group. On the way back to our room we saw elks outside of our room. Jo could not pass up the photo shoot so a quick trip back to our room for her camera.
    Tomorrow we head off by coach to Lake Louise but that is for tomorrow's blog








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    Okra and other fine traditions

    A travel blog entry by burtonll on Sep 23, 2010

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    ... two old houses, overgrown and fading now, the spot where your Dad came to visit his grandparents when he was a little boy Matt, the spot where your Papa Don grew up.



    That was then, I say. And this is now. Here you are in Alabama visiting your grandmother, some traditions never change. We head back to Birmingham, it's too late to go to Craig's to waterski. But we'll go to Vulcan, I promise. That's tradition ...

    Family History and Genealogy

    A travel blog entry by burtonll on Sep 11, 2010

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    ... They are your great-great-grandparents. Got that? I called them Mother and Daddy Burton, They are Granddaddy's parents.
    Grandmother's parents are buried in Guin, not here.

    Papa Don's parents and his four grandparents are buried at Oak Hill, the city cemetery. Raymond was your great-grandfather, like Craig Sr is, he was called Papa. You were 7 when he died. ...

    Glenda Got Her Yearbooks Out

    A travel blog entry by burtonll on Nov 28, 2004

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    ... yeast? she asks. Bring us both, says Dad, it's nice to have a mix. You want some tea? Of course. She turns it in, comes back to sit. I've owned this restaurant for years, my husbands dead, I'm thinking of retirement now, maybe marry, maybe travel round. Let me tell you who has died. I know Don did. Do you like Seattle? Paul lives there too you know. His mother died four years ago, she taught us math in junior high. The year John Parks got sick, Charles flew to ...