Quality Inn Mobile
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... huge restaurants all along the water. We decided to stop in at one for lunch and we were not disappointed. We each ordered crab bisque and it was amazing. Apparently this place was famous for it and I understand why. I don’t remember what Chris had for lunch but I had white fish stuffed with crab meat. YumYumYum! We had lots of leftovers of course which is always nice because it means 2 meals for the price of one. Afterwards we drove to this ...
... still over the Christmas holiday, since I like to put up our tree and stay put during the holidays.
... br> and has kept in touch over the years.
is on 22nd November (which also happens to be our son Damien's
birthday). Her Dad, Michael, had been
very sick for some time, he had been in and out of hospital over the past
twelve months. He unfortunately passed
away last week.
Mike was a
true gentleman, he was a much loved husband, father and grandfather. His generosity and sense of ...
... hall and kitchen; the sleeping quarters, and the jail (Devika was fascinated that they got put in "time out" to cool off after fighting). We were also able to explore the USS Drum submarine, which was similar but more condensed. Chaaya and Neela gained a keen appreciation for the cramped quarters and monotony of being in the bowels of a ship for months and months on end. They were impressed, however, with a kitchen that managed to feed 2,500 men day after day. They were ...
Historic Fort Gaines, Dauphin Island, Alabama. Fort Gaines was constructed in 1821 to provide for the defense of Mobile Bay. The fort is still intact and played a part in the Battle of Mobile Bay during the American Civil War. In 1864 and 1865 the Union Navy sought to enter Mobile Bay, but the Confederate defense had mined the harbor. (They called the mines "torpedoes" in those days). The Union Navy was commanded by ...