Travel Inn Opp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... way to visit my best friend in Alabama or my husband's family in Illinois. It's a small town on Lake Jackson, which is named after Andrew Jackson, a general from the United States Civil War.
Here is a photo of a mural that is on the side of an art gallery in Florala. It was painted by a dear friend of ours, Woodie Long, ...
Finally, I find the treasure in Andalusia, the treasure is under a tree. And I can get together with my true love- Fatima. Also, I find my personal legend and I know many theories during this journey. Thanks for the people who help me and let me persist my dream, I also thanks for the people who deceive me, fight me or rob my money. They make me grow to maturity. Overall, I like this journey and I will remember ...
... my direction. I think to myself that, in an area where you see no one on a bicycle, they are probably amazed by the ease and grace with which I fly down the road. Matter of fact, I actually hear the one pointing my way say to his brothers, "Did you see him?" (told you they were impressed) "...what an idiot!" Hey, what the heck? Maybe they actually were the Frondorf boys.
After the great turtle incident of yesterday, I ...
... Alabama, a place I'd never ever thought of going to. We ended up getting our car from Enterprise Car Rental and they told us that we could get a free upgrade. We were stoked. The guy came out with the car and it was probably the least masculine looking car ever. It was a bright red PT cruiser looking thing that was offensive to look at. So we packed our possessions into the big red car and headed for the deepest of South Alabama. We made a stop in Biloxi Mississippi ...
... are many abandoned farms - likely a result of people moving to the cities and the consolidation of farm and forestry land. Towns are small and usually consist of 2-3 gas stations and 2-3 churches. Very few grocery stores so people must travel to the larger centers. Most churches are either Baptists (many different divisions) and Methodist. Along ...