Hampton Inn Fairhope
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... time to go into town in search of the coveted Yuengling beer. When we took our maiden voyage in a rented motor home out East in 2013, we were introduced to some of the best beer either of us had tasted. John searched the Internet when we returned home trying to find a distributor in the Midwest to no avail. But, he did find that Yuengling was widely distributed in Florida. We hoped that FloraBama was close enough and were ecstatic ...
... him. It would be FINE.
Whew! Height of the tunnel was 16'! No sweat. We could do this.
We drove into the tunnel and everything was good. We came out the other end unscathed and breathing easier. In the meantime, the GPS had recalculated our route and we were in sync again. We had defied it, but it forgave us.
Were we feeling cocky, when the GPS wanted us to turn on a different road ...
... hotel to spend NYE. It had pretty awesome prices because it didn’t have a lot of the amenities of newer hotels like a telephone but it had lots of character and was only a block away from all the events going on downtown. With free wifi, good showers, free parking and an ice machine it was more than satisfactory. We spent the afternoon drinking our little bottles of alcohol that Chris’s Aunt Danny had given us as stocking stuffers for ...
... still over the Christmas holiday, since I like to put up our tree and stay put during the holidays.
... offered several variations of what happened: One attributes the 'damn the torpedos' line to the captain of the Tecumsah, which of course, sank. Irony! Another suggests that when Farragut ordered the ship ahead full speed, his crewman asked whether he should ring four bells (the signal to proceed), and Farragut replied "Four bells, eight bells, sixteen bells, I don't give a damn how many bells, just ring them!" No one, in fact, knows, but the ...