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JAKE AND NICHOLE'S WEDDING

June, 2009 in Northport
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Ceremony: Maxwell-Peters Home
Reception: Maxwell-Peters Home

Ceremony:

Maxwell-Peters Home - Ceremony - 302 Main Ave, Northport, AL, 35476, United States

Maxwell-Peters Home

302 Main Avenue
Northport, AL 35476, United States
205-343-1691

Reception:

Maxwell-Peters Home - Reception - 302 Main Ave, Northport, AL, 35476, United States

Maxwell-Peters Home

302 Main Ave
Northport, AL 35476, United States
205-343-1691

Hotel:

Best Western Park Plaza

3801 McFarland Blvd E
Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

Hotel:

BESTWESTERN CATALINA INN - Hotel - 2015 MCFARLAND BLVD, NORTHPORT, AL, United States

BESTWESTERN CATALINA INN

2015 MCFARLAND BLVD
NORTHPORT, AL, United States
205.339.5200

Hotel:

Budget Inn

2600 Mcfarland Blvd
Northport, AL, United States
205.339.3900

Hotel:

Courtyard by Marriott - Tuscaloosa - Hotel - 4115 Courtney Drive, Tuscaloosa, AL, 35405, United States

Courtyard by Marriott - Tuscaloosa

4115 Courtney Drive
Tuscaloosa, AL 35405, United States
1-205-750-8384

Hotel:

Econo Lodge - Hotel - 1930 McFarland Blvd, Northport, AL, 35476, United States

Econo Lodge

1930 McFarland Blvd
Northport, AL 35476, United States
205.330.0345

Hotel:

Hampton Inn

6400 Interstate Drive
Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

Hotel:

Hampton Inn: Tuscaloosa - University

600 Harper Lee Drive
Tuscaloosa, AL, United States
205.553.9800

Hotel:

Holiday Inn Express - Hotel - 1120 Veterans Memorial Pkwy, Tuscaloosa, AL, 35404

Holiday Inn Express

1120 Veterans Memorial Pkwy
Tuscaloosa, AL, United States
205.464.4000

Hotel:

Jameson Inn

5021 Oscar Baxter Dr
Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

Hotel:

Microtel Inn & Suites Tuscaloosa-University Hotel

1417 Veterans Memorial Parkway
Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

Restaurant:

Globe The - Restaurant - 430 Main Ave, Northport, AL, 35476, United States

Globe The

430 Main Ave
Northport, AL 35476, United States
205.391.0949

Restaurant:

University Boulevard

University Blvd
Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

"All sorts of cool little restaurants and shops : )"

State Parks:

Lake Laurleen State Park - State Parks - 13226 Lake Lurleen Rd, Coker, AL, 35452-4111, United States

Lake Laurleen State Park

13226 Lake Lurleen Rd
Coker, AL 35452-4111, United States
205-339-1558

State Parks:

Oak Mountain State Park - State Parks - 200 Terrace Dr, Pelham, AL, United States

Oak Mountain State Park

200 Terrace Dr
Pelham, AL 35124, United States
205-620-2520

State Parks:

Rickwood Caverns State Park - State Parks - 370 Rickwood Park Rd, Warrior, AL, 35180, United States

Rickwood Caverns State Park

370 Rickwood Park Rd
Warrior, AL 35180, United States
205-647-9692

State Parks:

Tannehill Historical State Prk - State Parks - 12632 Confederate Pkwy, Mc Calla, AL, United States

Tannehill State Park

12632 Confederate Pkwy
McCalla, AL 35111, United States
(205) 477-5711

Shopping:

Bessemer Flea Market

1013 8th Ave N
Bessemer, AL 35020-5417, United States
205-425-8510

"A large indoor/outdoor market with a variety of old, new, collectibles and antique items. Every Friday-Sunday. Easy access from I-65 to downtown Bessemer. 8am-5pm. Free admission. 205-425-8510."

Attraction:

Alabama Adventure - Attraction - 4599 Visionland Pkwy, Bessemer, AL, United States

Alabama Adventure

Alabama Adventure
4599 Alabama Adventure Parkway
Bessemer, AL 35022, US
205-481-4750

"The New Name for Fun! Formerly Visionland, the park features a theme park and water park. In addition to new rides in the existing theme and water park, the plan calls for the following amenities: an animal park, a hotel with an indoor water park, a sports complex, RV park, interactive water play area, stock car racing zone and many more exciting attractions."

Attraction:

Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame

1631 4th Ave N
Birmingham, AL 35203, United States
205-254-2731

"Birmingham native Erskine Hawkins penned the jazz standard "Tuxedo Junction" about an Ensley streetcar crossing, creating a sound heard around the world. And that's just one of Birmingham's many contributions to the world of jazz. The Jazz Hall of Fame exhibits memorabilia in the historic, art deco Carver Theatre. Open Tuesday-Saturday/ 10am-5pm. Closed Sundays and Mondays, except for scheduled events. Guided tours are $3.00 per person and must be scheduled by appointment at 254-2731 Ext 21 only. General admission to the museum is $2.00 per person."

Attraction:

Birmingham Botanical Gardens - Attraction - 2612 Lane Park Rd, Birmingham, AL, 35223, US

Birmingham Botanical Gardens

2612 Lane Park Rd
Birmingham, AL 35223, United States
205.414.3900

Attraction:

Birmingham Zoo Inc - Attraction - 2630 Cahaba Rd, Birmingham, AL, 35223, United States

Birmingham Zoo

Birmingham Zoo
2630 Cahaba Road
Birmingham, AL 35223-1106, US
205-879-0409

"Alabama's Number one tourist attraction! See more than 700 wild animals in the heart of Birmingham at the Birmingham Zoo! Visit the Alligator Swamp. Feed the lorikeets in an interactive aviary where colorful parrots will land gently on your arm and sip nectar from your cup. The new Savannah brings Africa to Alabama in a naturalistic exhibit featuring giraffes, greater kudu, gazelles, and ostriches. Food, gift shop, train, and picnic areas. Phase I of the new Junior League of Birmingham- Hugh Kaul Children's Zoo now open! Take Zoo-Gardens exit off Highway 280. Open 7 days a week from 9 to 5. (Extended summer hours from Memorial Day through Labor Day: Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, 9 to 7.) Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Admission is $11 for adults; $6 for children (2-12); $6 for seniors, 65+. Children under 2 are free. 1/2 price Tuesdays (March 1- October 31). Members get in free everyday! Group rates available with prior reservations. Accredited by the American Zoo and Aquarium Association."

Attraction:

Children's Hands-On Museum

2213 University Blvd
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401, United States
205-349-4235

"The Children’s Hands-On Museum is a dynamic learning experience that stimulates curiosity, creativity, and shared discovery in all ages."

Attraction:

McWane Science Center - Attraction - 200 19th St N, Birmingham, AL, 35203

Mcwane Science Center

200 19th St N
Birmingham, AL 35203, United States
205-714-8300

"Adventures in learning surround you at the McWane Science Center. The museum offers a hands-on, creative examination of the worlds around us in a renovated department store housing 150,000 square feet of educational science equipment and a 42,000-square-foot IMAX theater. The energy that fuels the McWane Science Center is as exciting and engaging as the human imagination. Come see the wonders of our world in action, and leave with new-found perspectives."

Attraction:

Meyer Planetarium - Attraction - 900 Arkadelphia Rd, Birmingham, AL, 35254, United States

Meyer Planetarium

900 Arkadelphia Rd
Birmingham, AL 35254, United States
205-226-4771

"Gaze at the stars at Meyer Planetarium on the campus of Birmingham-Southern College and learn fascinating facts about the universe."

Attraction:

Paul W Bryant Museum - Attraction - 300 Paul w Bryant Drive, Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

Paul W Bryant Museum

300 Paul W Bryant Dr
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487, United States
205-348-2040

"The Paul “Bear” Bryant Museum is located on the Campus of the University of Alabama. It’s a rather small museum but is packed with memorabilia and artifacts from not only Coach Bryant but also details the history of Alabama Football. As you enter the museum a large bust of Coach Bryant will meet you and then it on to exhibits detailing the early years of Crimson Tide Football. Around the corner are a number of exhibits dedicated to the most popular football coach in Alabama history. Visitors will see the trophies from most of Alabama Bowl Wins and all 6 of Coach Bryant’s National Championships trophies. A replica of Coach Bryant’s office features his desk and chair and one of his trademark Houndstooth Hats. The museum also features a Waterford Crystal replica of Coach Bryant’s Hats. Also on display are many personal artifact from Alabama players of the past, including Joe Namath and Ken Stabler. After completing your tour visitors can stop by a small gift shop where they can purchase their favorite Crimson Tide souvenirs. It took me about an hour to complete my tour, but hardcore Alabama Fans can spend longer listening and watching highlight from Alabama’s past. The only concern that I have is that parking appears to be somewhat limited and could be a problem when students are on campus, but all in all I enjoyed my visit and would highly recommend any college football fan to make the effort to visit when in the Tuscaloosa area."

Attraction:

Talladega Superspeedway - Attraction - 3366 Speedway Blvd, Talladega, AL, 35161-0777, United States

Talladega Superspeedway

3366 Speedway Blvd
Talladega, AL 35161-0777, United States
877-GO2DEGA

"Talladega Superspeedway is the biggest, fastest, most competitive motorsports facility in the world. Records for both speed and competition have been established at Talladega. The Superspeedway can accommodate more than 143,000-seated guests and thousands more in the 212-acre infield. The track offers van tours to visitors daily during working hours except on weeks around events. Adjacent to the track is the International Motorsports Hall of Fame and Museum, which is also open daily."

Entertainment:

Alabama Theatre - Entertainment - 1817 3rd Ave N, Birmingham, AL, 35203, US

Alabama Theatre

1811 3rd Ave N
Birmingham, AL 35203, United States
205-251-0418

"Built in the 1920s, The Alabama Theatre is one of the last working movie palaces, featuring first-run and revival films along with concerts and other special events. The "Showplace of the South" is still among the most elegant and elaborate theaters in the Southeast."

Entertainment:

Birmingham Children's Theatre - Entertainment - 2130 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd, Birmingham, AL,   35203, United States

Birmingham Children's Theatre

2130 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd
Birmingham, AL 35203, United States
205-458-8181

"As a professional theatre of adults performing for youth and family audiences, the mission of Birmingham Children's Theatre is to serve the community as an educational resource while increasing students' exposure to quality theatrical arts. The Birmingham Children's Theatre offers more than 600 performances and reaches an average of 75 Alabama cities each year. Approximately 250,000 children and family audiences experience BCT's educational arts opportunities annually through family performances, tours, school performances, summer workshops and guest artist presentations."

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