Days Inn Calera
Travel Blogs from Calera
... lower than I'm used to. Booze is sold most places..from gas stations to supermarkets (which are open almost all hours of the day). Whilst some supermarkets are 24hr, it is common (if not mandatory) that alcohol must not be sold prior to 12pm on Sundays. I am led to believe that this is due to religious beuracracy and is not uncommon in the south of America (aka Bible Belt). In my visits to various supermarkets, some later night ones included I have found the ultimate ...
... head to the bath house which was a storm shelter. After the alarm goes off she told me to listen for a voice that would notify us what the alarm was for. For tornadoes, head for the shelter. Heavy rain and hail will set off the alarm but we don't have to go to the shelter. Yikes! Let's hope there is no alarm ringing tonight. I am impressed that the camp host took the time to come out to great us at 8:30pm. We plan ...
... Manager who insisted that we leave the bikes at the front door, for security. He invited us to an open bar and nibbles from 5-7 and then also gave us vouchers for dinner at the Seafood restaurant across the road with free entrée or dessert each.
Yes, with that many temptations we did partake and enjoyed the evening although all of us were shattered.
Tomorrow, we head to Knoxville via the Jack Daniels ...
-Rainer Maria Rilke
Book of Images
And you wait. You wait for the one thing
that will change your life,
make it more than it is--
something wonderful, exceptional,
stones awakening, depths opening to you.
In the dusky bookstalls
... been made, sat in a cooler case and then nuked and it still was flakey and tender. (By the way it is now the 7th but it is just still a very long day to us) We board a "puddle-jumper" plane to Pisa and arrive late that evening without incident on our trip (yay!). I get euros (the smart sister already had them) and we go in search of a taxi for the trip to the hotel Verdi ...