Travel Blogs from Montgomery
... is all the swamp land. We crossed a bridge that was about 20 miles above swamp land. We saw a couple small gators, hope to see more(from the distance) We have been told not to let the dogs near any bodies of water now. No more swimming in ponds for Lola for a while.
We are now on our way to Monroe Louisianna. We are part redneck, cuz we are going to try to see the “Duck Dynasty” guys. I am actually excited, ...
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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Linda Burton posting from Montgomery, Alabama – I stood on the star today. That's the star the Sophie Bibb Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy placed on the spot where Jefferson Davis (1808-1889) stood when he was inaugurated President of the Confederate States of America on February 18, 1861. With one hand on the majestic white columns of the Alabama state capitol, I gazed down the marble steps it took me a while to climb; I ...
... Civil Rights places was incredible. To know what happened here and the history of these locations was just mind blowing. I just can’t describe it.
Parking my car in the main street where these locations were, I found the Rosa Parks Bus stop. For those who don’t know who she is, she is kind of a mother of the Civil Rights Period because she refused to give up her seat for a white man and sit in the back of the bus; which was ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility