Residence Inn Birmingham Homewood
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We had a great day in Birmingham. We dropped into a local winery to taste some local flavours and chose a couple a bottles to take away with us. Yum!
We look a tour through Alabamas only antebellum house (a house built before the civil war). An interesting fact we learned was that the slaves were made to whistle as the brought food into the main house from the outhouse kitchen so that they couldn't snack on the ...
We have been preparing for our trip since we decided to go in March. This week we finalized all the accommodation reservations. I ordered a new purse: the thing came in yesterday and is astonishingly tiny! So cute! And it will leave my hands free to carry shopping bags.
Things at work are winding down after a frantic couple of months, so I am starting to actually think about where ...
... NY that just walked in.
Everyone's like, "oh my, it must be very different for you down here!" Why yes it is very different down here, simply in the fact that you are saying that in such a jokingly and friendly manner. And I refrain (most of the time) from talking trash about New Yorkers.
This church service is full of arms-in-the-air hallelujah jammin' to the songs being played by the band in the front. The preacher gives us ...
... to the CNN building and have dinner at a place called Dantannas. Yum! I had a grilled salmon salad. Alexx's boyfriend is the manager there. Later we drop Alexx off, pick up Leo, and drive to ******* where Pam and Gerry live. Like Kay and Dominick, they have a beautiful and large home. It's in a gated community and we have to call them for the gate code! They show us the house and then we ...
... the Fair, Birmingham put the statue on a 128 ft pedestal on a mountain east of Birmingham. When trying to look at a 57 foot statue that doesn't start until 128 feet up, it's hard to see much detail. They did put in stairs and a elevator to an observation platform close to the top of the pedestal, but that makes it even harder to see the statue, standing right below his feet!
The museum next to Vulcan had some interesting history ...