Candlelight Inn

Address: 1100 W. South Blvd., Montgomery, Alabama, 36105, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1100 W. South Blvd., Montgomery, is near Rosa Parks Library and Museum, F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum, Huntington College, and Marcia Weber / Art Objects.
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Travel Blogs from Montgomery

On The Road Again

A travel blog entry by dbax on Feb 09, 2015

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Packed our stuff and it was off again. This time to Montgomery. Stopped at Race Trac convenience store. Like our QT. Angie bought 2 large cans of boiled Cajun Peanuts to bring home.

Started getting some rain going north on I-75 around Gainesville. Went north into Alabama on state route 231. Went through Dotham, Ozark, and Troy. Very beautiful country.

Got into Montgomery about 7 p.m. It was cold and windy.

Tomorrow headed to Selma and ...

Alabama

A travel blog entry by d4nnyboy on Dec 17, 2014

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Today we stopped in Alabama. We refilled gas for $45.51. It was a quick stop and now we're headed towards Tallahassee.

State Capitol-Montgomery
Two important cities- Dothan, Birmingham
Year of stateood-
State motto- Audemus jura nostra defendere
State flower-Camelia

The Crossroads of Civil Rights

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Nov 12, 2014

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... and on August 6th of 1965, President Lyndon Johnson signed into law the Voting Rights Act.

Horseshoe Bend National Military Park, Daviston, Alabama. This was actually part of the War of 1812, although it didn't involve any British troops at the time. The Creek Indian Nation was divided, in that some supported the British, while others were sympathetic to the American forces. The group of Creeks that sided with the British were known as ...

Montgomery - As Deep South as it Gets

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Nov 06, 2014

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... which housed Jefferson Davis and his family for several months
in 1861 until the capital of the Confederate States of America was moved from
Montgomery to Richmond for the duration of the breakaway pseudo-nation’s
existence. The house is free and has a nice self-guided tour, so you can read a
detailed handout about the history and room furnishings as you wander around rather
than being at the mercy of a drawling southern belle in period costume. ...

Day 6

A travel blog entry by kelcie14 on Jun 12, 2014

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Breakfast at hotel-same thing, so sick of it lol Bus to a little village-600 years old Tour Lunch there Ice cream there Shopped there Bus to another village Tour-boring Mock traditional wedding Dinner at village Made rice cakes again... Ate Ice cream cakes Party on the deck lolz Sleep in little room at ...