In 1833, the Bank of the State of Alabama was built on this site. The bank became a major establishment when President Andrew Jackson moved the federal money from the
This is the home of America's first wave pool and is a very busy place on hot, humid summer days.
The 750-acre park also has a championship golf course, a campground,
The Princess Theatre is truly the crown jewel of downtown Decatur.
One would have a hard time imagining that the building was originally a livery stable.
In 1919, it was
3 of 5 stars
The city has worked hard to preserve its downtown and one can spend many a pleasant hour going from store to store and there is no problem when one gets hungry because
I think it would be appropriate for a museum funded by the local pest control company to lead off with an exhibit on insects and other home intruders. The first exhibit
Driving to the museum, you will pass what appears to be a small hill. It is not until you see the "Historical Monument" signs on the side of the hill that you will realize
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