Ramada Inn Selma

Address: 1710 W Highland Ave, Selma, Alabama, 36701, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1710 W Highland Ave, Selma, is near Edmund Pettus Bridge, Selma to Montgomery Highway, National Voting Rights Museum and Institute, and Old Depot Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Selma

Civil rights

A travel blog entry by ivaniscool on Jun 15, 2015

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Selma was a small worn out place but it is a very important part of history. Selma is where the civil rights walk happened. I think the city should of been more cleaned up because the president was there. I was thinking the city would be a little bigger but it is really small. Not much to say about it so next place is Pensacola by the coast. We will be headed there next then Mobile and then New Orleans. Yay but I will keep posting so keep checking in. Thanks again. ...

Travels with Nick And Nora

A travel blog entry by rid23466 on May 16, 2015

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... from Punta Gorda had recommended a visit to Joe Patti's seafood market if we found a ourselves in Pensacola.It turned out to be a fabulous recommendation! They sell wholesale to the public and will ship anywhere. We have never seen a seafood market like this. Just about any type of fish that you want is here and their prices are very reasonable. We bought 2 lbs of 16-20 headless fresh shrimp for 8.99 per lb. You might want to check out their web site. Because of the weather ...

Second State Park Along Our Journey

A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Mar 19, 2015

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... Bridge. This month marked the 50th anniversary of the March 7, 1965 "Bloody Sunday", when Martin Luther King, Jr. and 600 civil rights marchers were attacked and stopped from their Selma to Montgomery march in support of voting rights. Last evening we were able to get together with Nancy Scheiltz and her family, old neighbors from Brighton, MI who moved to Selma many years ...

New Orleans to Alabama

A travel blog entry by travelnotes14 on Aug 23, 2014

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... it takes him 2 hours on a motorized mower where you sit on, of course, to cut the grass. We had two very memorable days with them catching up with all the happenings of years gone by. Mary spoiled us with some great meals and baked desserts. Luckily Richard is also a F1 fan, so we where able to watch the Belgium Grand Prix. That was a race I would not liked to have missed. REMEMBER Richard and Mary it’s your turn to visit us ...

A Beautiful Wedding

A travel blog entry by vivicarroll on Oct 05, 2013

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Saturday, Angela Livingston, Gini Steinberg and I enjoyed walking around downtown Selma and even crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge. We met Kelly, Meredith and Kathy at a Mexican Restaurant downtown for lunch.
The 6:00 PM wedding was at First Baptist Church and the reception afterwards was at Sturdivant Hall. ...