Driftwood Towers Condos

615 West Beach Blvd., Gulf Shores, Alabama, 36542, United States | Condo
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Location

This condo, located on 615 West Beach Blvd., Gulf Shores, is near Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, Fort Morgan Historic Site, Gulf State Park, and Waterville USA.
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Travel Blogs from Gulf Shores

End of trip

A travel blog entry by nightlydreams on Jul 20, 2014

This was leaving day. I left Spanish Fort for my Grandmother's early in the morning. I hung around the house for a couple of hours then ate lunch with my Mom at a local seafood restraunt. If I remember the name I'll come back and add that. After lunch it was the long drive back home. And ...

Animal Encounters!!!

A travel blog entry by nightlydreams on Jul 19, 2014

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... the little animals. Many of them you can feed for just 2 dollars a feed cup. Most of the animals would walk right up to you and eat our of your hand (no not the carnivores!) The birds, deer, goats, donkey's and those such animals were very friendly. Most of the big cats were hiding from us but the bear and the wolf both made an appearance.
We had 3 encounters ...

The long drive from Tupelo

A travel blog entry by nightlydreams on Jul 18, 2014

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I started off working my 8 hour shift.  After getting off work I took a quick trip to the gas station and then drove from around 3 till 9 that night to get to Fairhope, Alabama.  It rained the entire time I was on the road.  It was a miserable drive and I was exhausted upon getting to my Grandmother's.  I got a call ...

Forth to the Fourth Fort

A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jun 23, 2014

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... story in a New York paper some weeks later. No one who was actually present at the time reported that.

A bit of background: Farragut's ship was one of quite a few that came up the bay tethered together in pairs. There was a mine field (what we call mines now were called torpedos then) at the opening of the bay, and one of the ironclads was in fact destroyed by a mine. This threw the rest of the ships into disarray, and ...

Gulf Shores Icemaker

A travel blog entry by ukcat on Jan 25, 2014

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... on most surfaces. Our water supply was frozen and the propane was running low. Wednesday morning, the Interstate bridge to Mobile was closed and nothing was moving. One more night at Bella Terra was required. As the roads began to clear late in the afternoon we did get out for a little shopping for an electric space heater (sold out) and found most stores closed. With McDonalds and Cracker Barrel closed you knew it was ...

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