Towneplace Suites By Marriott Huntsville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... we were warmly but firmly ushered to seats near the front, and greeted with applause and hallelujahs. This was an occasion when David envied me my short stature.
The gospel choir of about 40 women faced the congregation and clapped and swayed through the opening bracket of two songs, led by a powerful black vocalist, and lasting about 30 minutes. It was unashamed appeal for emotional response, with bass speakers turned up full volume so the floor ...
... I have, trying to find a campground nearby. I discovered that back in the spring of 2014 I had stayed at a place in Alabam. Twasn't very far away. I called the guy, told him where I was, he asked why :), and said I was about 50 miles from his place. He said he had room for us as long as we didn't stay more than a night. I was going to say a fortnight, but that's a period of two weeks. Now how many peeps know ...
... roads so we stay off the boring Interstate. But wait, before we do, let us take another look at those beautiful Antebellum homes in Twickenham that we rode through on Saturday in the Grand Parade. We figure that won't take long! But where the heck were they? Tell you what? Let's go by the Visitor Centre and quickly get us some information. By this time, quickly should not have been in our vocabulary! Further, we should stick to our plan! We get information to the homes - that ...
Today we decided to watch The Amazing Team Challenge which is when riders try their skills on a course that is set up. Well 'watching' turned out to be PARTICIPATING. Our friends and some others managed to persuade me to ride and glad I did too. What a blast. Traffic cones defined a set course that you had to ride without hitting ...
... and with all the bikes - and there were close to four hundred apparently, the organisation was spot on. A huge compliment to the GWRRA organisers and the police. As we rode through the suburbs we could hear calls from the folk on the side of the road, "Look, Australia". Obviously they recognised the Boxing Kangaroo. Wasn't hard. The flag was enormous! Everything went as smooth as.
After that, we shot over to the Drill teams.