Monday, February 27, 2012

Tourism official compile listing the Alabama road trips

The Alabama Department of Tourism needs to support people to take "road trips" inside the state and has compiled a list of 100 such journeys.

The department has in progress the promotion by release the driving itineraries for the first 10 suggested trips.

The first 10 trips include taking a road trip to watch eagles at Lake Guntersville, driving the Selma to Montgomery civil rights trail, taking a walking tour of downtown Birmingham and visiting Monroeville to see sites mentioned in the novel "To Kill a Mockingbird."

State Tourism Director Lee Sentell said he expects the itineraries will make it easier for travelers to plan their trips.

Sentell said the itinerary would also be included in the 2012 Alabama Vacation Guide.

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