Howard Johnson Express Inn Anniston Oxford
Travel Blogs from Oxford
... on into Alabama, stopping at yard sales, an estate sale, a library book sale, and flea markets. At one of the yard sales, I started looking through some old books that were on the porch steps. A woman sitting on the porch saw me looking at the books and told me that there were secret closets in the attic of the house, and that they were filled with old books. She said her husband's grandparents had built the house and that ...
... Well, it wasn't the trail for the falls! HA! We eventually found the falls and it was gorgeous. Crazy how it was just right there. After the falls we went swimming in the pool of course. Pool time is a must in this family. After that we made dinner and had a wonderful nights sleep due to no humidity. It felt oh so good. Yep, that's it. Hope you are still enjoying the blog. I am trying my best to keep it updated so bare with me. Chow for ...
... see over the winter. Stephen noted that it was interesting to see in The South. I don't know if it meant anything, but there were only a few people in the theater besides ourselves.
About dinner, if you ever find yourself here in Oxford we have a restaurant for you, Garfrerick's Cafe.
... would find a great place in the school to display the photos. Nancy also gave us t-shirts from the school " Go Crump Cougars" Tooooo much fun. We followed up the visit with lunch with Buz and his sisters, Judy and Rosaline. After a tour of Buz's house ( amazing), I was back on the road to Anniston, AL.
I spent the entire day on Tuesday in Anniston. Half of it was ...
... IT WAS VERY WARM IN THE SUN BUT WAS NOT
THAT BAD. THERE WERE SO MANY FOOD AND
DRINK VENDORS. THE SHAVED ICE WAS
PERFECT. WE WENT WITH OUR SON,
DAUGHTER-IN-LAW AND OUR LITTLE SWEETHEART
GRAND-DAUGHTER WHO WILL HAVE A BIRTHDAY
IN A FEW MONTHS. I KNOW WE RODE THE TRAIN
AT LEAST 3 TIMES. IT REALLY WAS ENJOYABLE.
THEY HAD SO MANY DEER AND THE LION WAS
WIDE AWAKE AND ...