The Governors House Hotel & Convention Center
Travel Blogs from Montgomery
One our stay in Alabama we meet a guy that started telling us a story about the start of the civil rights. Long time ago, the white man and the Black men were having incredible problems with each other. Sometimes the white people didn't like black people so the white Americans at the time didn't accept them as part of their nation. But as time went …
... now with placards to recount that horrible riot. You can’t help but tear up, as you read the events that occurred.
We saw the square, where the slaves were held in cages and sold. It is now a beautiful fountain with a historical monument to mark that dark time.
We also toured the church, still holding Sunday services. MLK Jr. was only 24 yrs old when he was the minister there. It is incredible to think that such ...
Hank Williams museum and gravesite were two of the features today. The museum had the car that Hank died in as a centrepiece. Beautiful car, bad history.
We also visited the grand capital state building (CONFEDERATE WHITE HOUSE) and Jefferson Davis' ...
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I arrived in Montgomery at about 2.30pm which enabled me to check in and drop my stuff and then head out into the main part of town to see a few historic sites.
Primarily, Montgomery was a pit stop between Savannah and Jackson, but there was history here that as a history lover and teacher I had to see for myself. The Civil Rights period is a major love of mine, and any time I can teach anyone about it, I do. So to be in one of ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool