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... the era, and purpose.
Next we go to the site of the Warm Spring that Roosevelt so enjoyed. It is on the site of a former tourist spa and hotel. The warm mineral laced water has been beneficial for centuries. FDR found the waters so stimulating that he tore down the old hotel, built a new one, and built pools for polio victims from the area and other areas to enjoy. The pools have not been used ...
... WiFi at a coffee shop and checking out
the campus and town.
Alabama is the deepest heartland of America’s college
football mania, and the biggest rivalry is not with a school in another state
but an in-state family feud with the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. I
left town on Thursday morning, Yvette and Jeff warning me that with a home
football game on Saturday Auburn would start getting gridlocked with RVs by the
afternoon. A ...
... Franklin D. Roosevelt's second home and escape from the pressures of being president. He originally came to warm springs as he had heard the water brought relief for polio suffers. The Little White House is also where he died whilst having his portrait painted. It's now been turned into a museum about FDR's life and the changes he made during his ...
... It's rare that my family gets to all get together!
As per usual, I am being pretty neurotic about packing. I have not packed for long-term travels for fall/winter weather. I am planning on taking a large suitcase, a duffle bag, and a backpack. I hate to overpack, but it will be worse to have to scramble to purchase winter clothes in Stockholm!
Anyway, I'm super excited!
... experience. The Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute is still there to this day and was founded by him back in the 30's.
Outside the home, you see two small structures - only big enough to stand in for the Guard to stand in and keep watch. On the other side, the Secret Service guarded here as well and they had a desk and phones so this was a bit more of a working post. The gate that leads you to the driveway in the middle ...