Quality Inn Gallatin
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We lived in Selma AL from Aug. 1967 until Dec. 1968. We were fortunate to have lived in a lovely 2 bedroom apt. that was not very far from Craig AFB. It had beautiful Holly bushes flanking the front door and our neighbors were mostly pilot training undergrads from the base. We had many good parties there all of which had to end by 9:00 because everyone had to report to the base by 4:00 AM . Perhaps that is where we ...
So today, I wanted to get tickets for Dierks Bentleys charity festival that he's headlining and it's literally 3 minutes walk from the hostel. I've only been thinking about it for about 2 months but yet I didn't buy a ticket. This morning was too late and I couldn't buy a ticket...nevertheless I went down there and managed to get ...
... me the water was two dollars, but I still agreed that was my interest. The narrow walls of the lounge were adorned from floor to ceiling of photographs that had yellowed with age. We scoured the menu’s and I approached one of the bar maids with our order. I selected a pulled pork BBQ sandwich and Jessica wanted chicken strips with French fries. I had never met someone so picky…or I should nicely say, against exiting her small cultural box ...
... 1877 - The cornerstone of this building is laid by President Hayes.
1882 - The clock tower is completed.
1903 - The rear portion of the building is completed.
... down a side street off Broadway. When we were near it during our Urban Hike it was closed so I took some photos of the outside. Usually when we are Urban Hiking, other than food or a few drinks, we like to keep things FREE
Admission to this museum is $15 per adult and the souvenirs are a little on the pricey side for my taste..