Howard Johnson Inn Birmingham
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... guests. Apparently there was a local dog show in town.
We were tired from travel and went out to a local Vietnamese restaurant for a meal. A little bit of shopping then back to relax at the hotel. Quiet night.
We were set to leave early Sunday morning on a road trip to celebrate Andy's birthday in Charleston. We reserved the Andrew Pinckney Inn as well as Circa 1886 for Andy's birthday dinner. The only thing we hadn't settled on was a walking tour of Charleston. We like to do city tours on the front end of our visit to get the lay of the land and information on certain sites in case we want to revisit. The tour guides ...
Birmingham was once known as “The Johannesburg of America”
for its water cannons and other particularly harsh police responses to Civil
Rights demonstrators and KKK bombings of black churches in the 1960s. The
nickname also related to the coal and iron mining area in the region and the
city’s large steel industry. Birmingham’s had a black majority and black mayors
for a few ...
Wow..cold this morning. Electric furnace stopped working over nite. Have to figure out why. Turned on the gas furnace and it worked fine. First time hooking up the tow in the morning. Maybe we'll do it the night before next time! Heading for south of Birmingham. A little longer drive today. Stayed at a municipal RV park. Hoover. Parking lot with full hookups. New and clean. Took a walk, grilled our WI brats. Still chilly at night. Good ...
... going and get excited. I've been doing some research on the Fitzgerald family that we are related to. They built several tower castles on the Dingle peninsula and at least one is open to look at. We need to plan on going there. We found a site on Lough Gur where a storyteller told about the Lord of Desmond (who was a Fitzgerald) who haunts the lake. Who knew we had a ghost in the ...