Capitol of Alabama. As we walked to the Capitol we chatted with a couple from Ottawa, ON.
Governor George Wallace
We took a bus tour describing the ride of Rosa Parks.
We drove by Martin Luther King's home that was bombed.
The Smithsonian-quality exhibition, which includes more than 800 artifacts, hundreds of images and more, spotlights Alabama history from as early as the 1700s to the modern era of the 21st century.
|Info of the different countries that dominated the area, |
Videos of forcing the Indians out of the their land, Civil War & so much more.
We really liked the Capitol tour guide but he said Chris' had the best hot dogs
(hot dog with sauerkraut & chili sauce) in the world.
We had lunch there and NO WAY were they as good as a Chicago hot dogs.We visited the extremely interesting Rosa Parks Musuem.
Through audio videos the Museum told the events leading up to
Ms. Parks refusal to give up her bus seat
In depth documents and audio visual information of struggle that followed. Excellent Museum.
Photos taken off the Internet because cameras not allowed.
The camp host's refurbished his 1950's trailer.