Urban travel

culture

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We took a tour of the murals and agritourism in Decatur, Alabama, but what about the cultural sites in town? There are a lot of cool places with art, history and culture to stop at in this historic town. We spent three nights, and immersed ourselves in the City. Hosted by the Decatur Morgan County […]

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Agriventure Trail

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Keith and I came to Decatur, Alabama for art and agritourism! The city has a brand new agri-tourism trail! It is called Step Out Agriventure Trail! This trail includes both agricultural, and outdoor adventures.  We had a chance to check out at a few stops during our hosted visit to Decatur, Alabama. The Decatur Morgan […]

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Maid Rite is Made Right!

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Today I took my husband Keith to Maid Rite in Springfield, Illinois. This wonderful diner famous for its loose meat sandwiches has been on the National Historic Register since 1924. Inside we were told that this site dates back to even earlier than that. The Building The diner is located in a train caboose. To […]

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Lincoln trail

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On a Sunday afternoon Keith and I took off for a drive. We wanted to wander, and found ourselves in Carlinville, Illinois. While I had hoped that the lovely bakery, the Hawthorn Tree I had discovered on the square would be open it was not. However, what I did find instead was Lincoln! It is […]

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A History Lover's Guide to Lincoln (NE) book review

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Anyone that knows me knows I always have a book in my hand. When I travel I think it is important to have a book to read. It is especially nice to have a book about places to travel. Here is a book about Lincoln, Nebraska! Gretchen M. Garrison sent me her beautiful book, A […]

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