TownePlace Suites Birmingham Homewood
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Just passing through, so we didn't have to drive too much the next day. Plus better & cheaper hotel since it's in a smaller city. Took forever to drive here, roads were pitch-black & windy as we went around mountains and through parks. Staff was helpful and ...
... train car and was closed.
Thought we would miss the sunset due to clouds and all the trees on I-59 and we were surprised rolling into New Orleans by way of a very long bridge to gimpse the sun setting over the Orleans parish. Spectacular view.
It has been in the 90s and humid; gas has stayed around $3.50; food today consisted of custard, a chilli dog for me and pulled pork sandwich for D.
Today, is our last day in Montgomery, AL. Wee depart the hotel heading for the Civil Rights Memorial & Visitors Center and the Southern Poverty Center.
Renowned Artist Maya Lin created The Civil Rights Memorial from a passage that inspired her, which stated: "Until justice rolls down like water and righteousness like a mighty stream" (Amos 5: 24). This Scripture was also quoted often by none other than ...
Memphis Tennessee, I'm going to Graceland Now I am going to preface this by suggestin' y'all read this with a southern accent. Ten miles outside of Memphis and the Elvis songs start...now mind you, iPod's on random, there are close to 10 thousand songs to shuffle through, and on comes an Elvis song, and anotha, and anotha. We then knew that Elvis was with us. We arrived promptly at 9 am for our scheduled tour at Graceland. ...
DRIVE: Troy to Pelham (just south of Birmingham)
Short drive with nice scenery north on US-231 even though it was totally cloudy and sprinkled a bit. Only one area had some pot holes. Took 80 around Montgomery to I-65 north. Sun finally came out this evening.
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