What are fun things for us women to do while our hubby's are playing golf? We are ages 45 to 50.
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Ummm, this is posted in the Florence forum, so Foley and Pensacola are a little out of the way.
Haven't spent a lot of time in Florence area, but there is Ivy Green, the birthplace of Helen Keller, to visit; the Alabama Music Hall of Fame, and I understand there are lots of antique shops in the area.
Well, duh. DD...read the stupid forum. I'll get that one deleted. Just saw golf and ran with it...I gotta try that 5 hour energy stuff....
Go the the Marriott and get a spa treatment. There's Ivy Green to visit also.
What is Ivy Green?
See my post #2 - Ivy Green is the birthplace of Helen Keller.
If u r near sumrlin hmu
The Rattlesnake Saloon near Tuscumbia is interesting. It sits under a rock bluff so you have the feeling of dining in a cave. They also have a very large deck you can sit on as well. It's not a bar until after 5 in the evening. There's also the General Joe Wheeler home, Pond Spring, in Courtland. If you are into antiques there are several decent antique shops in the Florence, Muscle Shoals and Tuscumbia area.
In addition to all of the posts above, if you are talking about more than a day or two, you will only be 1.5 hours from Huntsville, AL. Mooresville is a very neat historic community on the way into Huntsville. The space and rocket center is good for a visit. There is plenty of shopping and cute restaurants in Huntsville. The state park there has good trail for pretty walks. I think you could easily fill a day or two with things in Florence and a day or two in Huntsville if you wanted.
FYI, this was originally posted a year ago.