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... day was time for some sightseeing, Derrick dropped me off at the Sloss Furnaces and I toured around a very old iron processing plant. It was a little creepy (the factory has been shuttered since the 1970s) with plenty of leaking water, rusted industrial equipment and plenty of waste byproducts lying around. But definitely the first time I took a tour through a former iron furnace so it was pretty interesting. From there I walked straight to ...
... Dynasty this and that, may soon be sporting the more common, You Can Advertize Here Logo. We almost stopped in Monroe, pronounced MUN-row, like the president. We visited this boggy area years ago with Cory, Paul and his buddies Tommy and Brendan during a National ACC basketball tournament. Saw some gators. Ate some fried pie. I'm big pie fan, but not fried. I see that Mississippi now has the unique distinction of being the most obese state in the country. ...
... liking this cold it's still Brrr cold here. Thank you dear Lord for a furnace and heater in RV's. It got down to 25 degrees last night. Thank you also for giving me a skilled husband. Woke up to the water pipes frozen at the hookup. I am married to a man that knows how to fix things.
By 10:00 A.M. on Friday 27th we are back on the road again making our way through Birmingham, Alabama. The sun is out, ...
... ran in superhero costumes. Do you have a favorite superhero? I like Flash Gordon of course. ;) Sunday was the Mercedes Marathon and Half-Marathon. It raised a lot of money for a special-needs school in Birmingham.
My favorite things in Birmingham are the Vulcan statue, Oak Mountain State Park, and barbeque ribs.
Birmingham's most famous landmark has got to be the Vulcan statue. It stands on a tower on top of Red ...
... immigrant engineer. It was laid out with entertaining as a big feature of the house, where the lady and the gentleman of the house could entertain guests separately, along with a large dining room for formal dinners.
After the guided tour, we took a self guided tour through the rest of the place, seeing many of the different styles of houses prominent in the settlement of Alabama, from one bedroom shotgun houses, through dog-trots ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Birmingham
Staff was very friendly and helpful. Room was clean and as we had requested.
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