Sandalwood Garden Inn
Travel Blogs from Montgomery
... told us stories from back then. Apparently the chair I chose to sit in, was MLK Jr’s favourite. He often came to the shop just to sit and talk to the Malden brothers. Scott sat in the barber chair and got a shave, while listening to Nelson tell us about all the memorabilia he had on the walls. It was awesome!
We also saw the Grey Hound bus station, where the "Freedom Riders" were attacked in Montgomery. There is a ...
Hank Williams museum and gravesite were two of the features today. The museum had the car that Hank died in as a centrepiece. Beautiful car, bad history.
We also visited the grand capital state building (CONFEDERATE WHITE HOUSE) and Jefferson Davis' ...
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... on the steps of the state capitol, delivering a speech that became known as "How Long, Not Long."
Yes, I stood in the pages of a history book today, where so many have sought to change the status quo. De Soto’s claim for Spain never materialized; Andrew Dexter got his capitol on the hill; the CSA failed; the Civil Rights Movement led to a societal shift. Sometimes things worked out; sometimes they didn’t, but you have ...
... once even if it is on the lower end of the spectrum. Seeing poorer towns makes you appreciate the places that are wealthier. But at least, the people I met are happy and nice regardless of their circumstances and living areas which shows you can’t judge a place based on what it looks like or it’s reputation. But I must say, I felt very white here!
That’s all for now, hope you enjoyed your history lesson!
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking