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Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge Kayak Tour
"On this tour you will visit a portion of the Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge that no driving tourist can reach.  This refuge was established by Congress in 1980 to preserve the coastal dune ecosystem to protect threatened and endangered species to provide compatible recreational opportunities and to serve as a living laboratory for students and scientists  Regularly and recently observed birds in BSNWR: Red-bellied Woodpecker Belted King Fisher Great Blue Heron
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Chattanooga Brew Choo Pedal Pub
"Looking to see the sights of Chattanooga while also checking out local pubs bars and breweries? Look no further than the Chattanooga Brew Choo! Started in 2012 the Brew Choo pedal pub is one of the most unique ways to travel the city while drinking brews and learning about Chattanooga’s storied past!This 2-hour pedal tour will allow you to experience Chattanooga like you never thought you woul bars and breweries in the city. You will have the opportunity to BYOB or purchase brews from the locations we visit. There is nothing like the chance to get in a little bit of exercise while exploring a wonderful city like Chattanooga"""Pedal pub that shows you the night life of Chattanooga. Go to several different bars or just drink on the brew choo with whatever beer you want to bring! No liquor
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Walking Dead Big Zombie Tour Part 1
"Travel aboard a comfortable air-conditioned coach that is equipped with TV screens so that you can watch clips while arriving at the site where that scene was filmed. With the clip fresh in your mind disembark at select locations to stroll around the area and learn from your guide about that episode. Your knowledgeable guide provides insight into the filming process and gives you plenty of time for photo opportunities and rest breaks throughout your share insider stories and are happy to answer your questions. Plus you get to meet fellow TWD fans and compare your favorite scenes and characters. An insider’s look into the filming locations of 'The Walking Dead’ in Atlanta: There’s the hospital where it all started for a certain sheriff the Goat Farm where the “Vatos” episode was filmed and a stop at the iconic Jackson Street Bridge for a cover shot and selfie.""""Maximize your zombie knowledge while in Atlanta on The Big Zombie Tour based on 'The Walking Dead' film locations with an expert guide who will provide you with an insider’s look at key sites from the hit TV series. Now with 3 tour offerings
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Atmore Town

Atmore is a town of about 10,200 (up 33% since 2000) located along US Highway 31, and near Interstate 65, in Escambia County in Southern Alabama not far from the border with Florida. Atmore began as...
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Birmingham

Birmingham is the largest city in Alabama, with about 1,200,000 inhabitants in the metropolitan area. Named after the city of the same name in the United Kingdom, Birmingham was founded in 1871 at a...
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traveldave
Dec 01, 2010

Heat and Humidity

Watch out for fire ants and snakes. In-laws lived there and I woke up in the morning to find a rattler in the chair out in the carport (Most homes in Alabama and the south region for that matter do...
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jeffjackson
Aug 25, 2008

Space Camp in 'bama

As a child I went to the Space Center in Huntsville (Rocket City) as well as Monte Sano State Park. I'd definitely recommend it, although I am sure the Space center changed quite a bit since I was a...
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Aug 31, 2007

Huntsville

Huntsville is one of the most beautiful small cities in Alabama. The city of 180,000 has the highest per capita income in the South, even surpassing that of Atlanta. It is also one of the...
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traveldave
Aug 28, 2007

Truck Stops

Hahaha Charles (my bro-in-law) and I walk to the gas station and asked a trucker guy if we could sit in his truck and take a picture. The trucker was a very kind man and allowed me to take a picture....
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blurryguy
Apr 09, 2005
 
 
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Truck Stops

Where I live its a little town, alot of truck stops here because of the interstate highway. There are alot of gas stations that service to the big 18 wheelers. I can remember when I was younger when...
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blurryguy
Apr 09, 2005

Alabama State Flower: the Camellia

In 1959 the Camellia was named the official state flower of Alabama, and since 1999, it has been more specfically designated to be the variety Camellia japonica L, of the more than 240 subspecies that...
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Stephen-KarenConn
Dec 07, 2004

Native American Life: Past and Present

It seems many are becoming more interested in Native American religions, shamanism, symbolism and cultures these days as a way to relieve their ennui. And there are always those who like to collect...
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JourneyOf1
Nov 04, 2004

Native American History in Alabama, Part II

When the French established a settlement almost 150 years later at 27-mile Bluff near modern Mobile they found a decimated peoples. Numbers were slow to arise again, this time it was the Choctaw,...
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JourneyOf1
Nov 01, 2004

Native American History in Alabama, Part 1

Indigenous peoples had lived in the southeast back to 10,000 B.C. archaelogical records show. At places like Russell Cave, the huge cave near Bridgeport, Alabama that is a National Monument first...
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JourneyOf1
Nov 01, 2004

Origin of the Name Alabama

Alabama comes from a Choctaw word, "alba-plant or weeds", combined with amo-"to cut or trim", which means collectively thicket clearers" or "those who clear the land". There was also a tribe know as...
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JourneyOf1
Nov 01, 2004

Oddest Landmarks are found in Alabama

Alabama seems to have a way with it's scrap iron and using every last piece ... it's called resourceful. After seeing an iron pig for 6 years straight, it was refreshing to see a different farm animal...
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TropicGirl77
Aug 16, 2003

Also in Anniston

Also in Anniston, the Berman Museum of World History has over 3,000 objects related to world history. There are five galleries: 1. Berman Gallery 2. Arts of Asia 3. Deadly Beauty 4. World War I and II...
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seagoingJLW
Feb 17, 2003

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Top Hotels in Alabama

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26 North Royal Street, Opening May 2007, Mobile, Alabama, 36602, United States
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2101 Fifth Avenue North, Birmingham, Alabama, 35203, United States
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1124 Eastern Blvd., Montgomery, Alabama, 36117 1942, United States
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337 East Beach Blvd., PO Box 481, Gulf Shores, Alabama, 36547, United States
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4815 University Drive NW, Huntsville, Alabama, 35816, United States
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112 Airport Rd W, Fort Payne, AL 35968
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Top Things to Do in Alabama

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Mobile Bay

Of course a major attraction is the bay, which is formed by the estuary of the Mobile river. The bay is 413 square miles and is protected by barrier islands. Since Mobile is in the upper bay most of...
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Riverwalk Stadium

In Montgomery, you can find Riverwalk Stadium, home of the Montgomery Biscuits, the AA Minor League (roughly equivalent to a European 3rd League) affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays. We thought it would...
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Vulcan Park and Museum

The statue of the Roman god of the Forge, Vulcan is the unofficial symbol of the city of Birmingham. The 56-foot statue is the largest cast iron statue in the world, and was created for the 1904...
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Early Works Museum

Hands on History museum for kids set in downtown Huntsville next to Constitution Hall park historic village. Nice little museum for kids but nothing special worth going out of your way to...
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De Soto Falls

Great falls on Lookout Mountain. The falls are a 104 foot drop into a plunge pool. The falls are part of Desoto State Park near the little river canyon area about 10 miles north of Fort Payne,...
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Geneva and Geneva County

Geneva County was established on December 26, 1868 and was named after the county seat, the town of Geneva. The town of Geneva started as a small trading post in 1820. It was located where two rivers...
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"Alabama"
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"Alabama Back Roads and Byways"
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"Ancestral Home of the Four Tribes"
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