GuestHouse Inn & Suites Bayou La Batre/Mobile
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Defuniak Springs is close to Pensacola. I rode US 331 south to US 98 West through Miramar Beach, Destin and Fort Walton Beach to Pensacola. It was a beautiful cool morning but US 98 is not on the beach. I stopped in at Pensacola Harley Davidson for a coffee and phone call break around 10am. I connected with my wife, Anne then got some great …
Glad to be staying at a hotel. It is so hot out here. It is 95 degrees but feels like 103. Yow! We were going to camp at a place with a water park but it is to hot. I was glad to here we were going to stay at a hotel. We went to visit Bret Favre's home town. Small. The town was called Kiln. We went out to eat at a sea food joint. Mmmmm yummy yummy. Awesome crawfish pie and very spicy. Tomorrow we are going to NEW ORLEANS!!! Yay. Please keep checking in. See ...
May 18, 2015
From: Mobile, AL
To: Giddings, TX
Time: 12 hours
Ben and I started our day in Mobile with great plans to ride directly to Vicksburg, MS and tour the civil war battle sight and national park. Little did we know that Mother Nature had a different plan for us. After checking the weather radar at breakfast, we decided to forego heading to Vicksburg and instead we would head west on I-10. By doing this we felt we could stay ...
... for Harley. We ate lunch in the coach before heading in to the ship tour.
They charge a $2.00 fee to park in the lot, and an additional fee to tour the battleship. At first we wondered why, but when we pulled in we saw that there were numerous airplanes on display that were accessible without paying to see the ship as well as a Memorial to all Veterans of World War II thru Vietnam . We paid our $13.00 each with our AAA card saving us a dollar on ...
Went to church in Bayou LaBatre. Met many friends of old that I havent seen since Biloxi days. Lunch and then drove around Mobile looking for the laundramat. Exciting, I know. The one picture posted is Dauphine Ave. in Mobile which is lined with live oaks on both sides that make a full canopy over the street. They must be hundreds of years old. Monday is a day off for the Habitat afiilliate here so I will do a little more ...