Days Inn Troy
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Business Services
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... articles on the topic which is how I got in touch with her. She kindly arranged hospital visits for me and invited me to stay in her home too. On the first day I went to shadow a dietetic led outpatient feeding clinic designed to improve children's oral intake. The clinic compromises in addition to the dietitian: a speech and language therapist, occupational therapist, social worker and nurse. One of the clients was on a tube feed ...
... however; hates the speed limit changes and stop lights.
First town, Cottondale; a pretty little place.
Loved seeing this sign: "Typewriter Repairs Here" (A blast from my past!)
Do people still use typewriters?
Alabama Welcome Center to get brochures for sightseeing.
Storms predicted around 2:00 in Dothan but clear skies when we got there; no campgrounds. Ozark is the next ...
... he is only of the most imitated celebrities in this era. People from all walks of life come to visit his home. By the way,we were the only indians/Asians at graceland. So it was a hint of brown amongst all white :). We ended spending almost half a day, checking out his house, cars and planes. Around 1:30pm we started ...
Day 1 summary:
Depart from LBK at 12:30 pm arrived in Ozark, Al. 456 miles travelled today.
Skirted a few storms to the east of my route except for 15 minutes of light rain around Homossassa, FL. Route 19 North thru Florida, ...
Our journey is rapidly coming to an end. We left Little Rock on Monday where I met two of dad's favorite aunts; Wilma and Barbara. They are very nice and "we" all had a very nice visit and they decided to go to lunch. I had a snack and decided to take a nap. The next day, mom and dad took a trolley ride around town and then toured the Clinton Library. The trolleys were constructed by retired carpenters and mom said they were really nice. The Clinton ...