Av and I needed to stay one night in Dothan, so we made reservations at the Holiday Inn there. We should have asked first, but this was an older one without interior corridors – the doors opened up to the outside, and the interior needs an update and maintenance. We wouldn’t stay here again. Unfortunately there isn’t any neat historic or really interesting hotel or B&B in Dothan that I could find…so I think next time we’ll try the Courtyard or Hampton.
We had supper at the Conestoga Steak House – we both had the New York Strip and it was really good. The rolls they serve are excellent. They don’t take reservations (it is a *very* no-frills place, but a Dothan institution) – we had a twenty minute early in the evening, and it only got worse for the people arriving by the time we were leaving!
Next, we stopped at Green’s Antiques in Brundidge. They have *all kinds* of really wonderful advertising objects and signs. Much of it was more expensive than we’ve seen at other antique shops, but they had an amazing collection and it was really fun to look around. We didn’t see anything we just had to have, but it really was neat.
Av was in need of a new pair of Sperrys, so we stopped in at Sikes & Kohn in Pine Level, where we got two different pairs of them. We like to shop there because it’s owned by local people and they have soooo many shoes – I get all my Borns there too.