Howard Johnson Montgomery

Address: 1015 W South Blvd, Montgomery, Alabama, 36105, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 1015 W South Blvd, Montgomery, is near Rosa Parks Library and Museum, F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum, Huntington College, and Marcia Weber / Art Objects.
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Travel Blogs from Montgomery

The Ole South

A travel blog entry by dlpool on Sep 16, 2015

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... showing three sleeping boys on the drive back to their house.

We relaxed for a while then headed to the FamCamp’s pavilion by the lake. MWR (Moral, Welfare & Recreation) was putting on a cookout for everyone in the camp. It was termed “appreciation” but they also wanted to tell about all the upcoming improvements and get feedback from the residents. This camp is a little different from most of the ones ...

Hank ! ...and the Alabama Capitol building

A travel blog entry by lastrick on Sep 11, 2015

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The rest of the day we spent touring the Alabama State Capitol. Rather average looking on the inside but some very historical events took place here: The founding of the Confederate States of America (CSA) took ...


A travel blog entry by audrey112506 on Aug 14, 2015

4 comments, 3 photos

Today I went to Dexter avenue church it was a beautiful church the pastor was Martin Luther King JR it was so inspirational I met a woman named Wanda and we sang we shall over come she was the nicest person I ever met she was also a very and when I say very I mean very good tour guide and she was so touched by ...

'Where were you when?'

A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Aug 06, 2015

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... downtown was as if aliens had abducted the population. It was truly one of those hot and steamy southern American towns where life just passed you by. We were met at the Dexter Avenue by a lady called Wanda Battle, a black tour guide and gospel singer who charmed you from the very first sentence she uttered and drawl with which she spoke it. It is easy to forget that alongside this amazing history that the church had been part of, ...

Genuinely sorry to leave Savannah

A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Aug 05, 2015

3 comments, 2 photos

... we did pass huge Peach Orchards (if thats the correct term) and many fields of okra. Because we had no idea what wonders Perry would present, I had just told my 'girlfriend' an address that looked as if it might be compatible with stopping for a bite to eat and a little rest. We had already topped up the tank at a garage earlier and I had made a few sandwiches from the food left from our last stay. The 'girlfriend' directed us quite nicely to a ...