Hampton Inn Fairhope
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today is the last day of a week in Foley, AL while at the Florida Travelcade Club rally. It has been a fun week with good friends and lots of food and drinks. We went to the Foley Shrimp Festival, the road kill cafe, Jimmy Buffett's sister's restaurant called Lulu's and a number of other places that I can not remember the names of, ...
We got up early so that Karsten was at the FAL at 7:00 am. We had an excellent breakfast. He was back quicker than expected, so that Eric and I ended up only seeing the front of the Mardi Gras House. We checked out of the hotel and headed straight for the USS Alabama. I'm not that much into warships, but it is absolutely amazing to see the craftsmanship on the ship. The tour could have taken a couple ...
... hotel, I had to laugh. Hubby booked the same hotel we stayed at 18 years ago when we were on our way to New Orleans. In the evening we had dinner with an Airbus colleague, his wife and daughter. We went to Blue Gill on the causeway. For starters we all shared peel and eat chilled shrimp and sautéed crab claws. Our main course: Eric ate fried alligator and we ate a dirty dozen of blackened shrimp. All I can say is it was ...
... in front of us. He was even bigger than we were and he was proceeding.
So we said to each other "It'll be alright."
We agreed. We would follow him. It would be FINE.
Whew! Sign says"Height of the tunnel is 16feet" Ha! 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. ...
... the problem by forging ahead through the field, leading the other ships. They did not manage to take the fort that day, but they did carve enough of a hole in the defenses that Mobile fell three weeks later.
It was Farragut's bold choice to forge on through the mine field despite the destruction of the U.S.S. Tecumsah that gave rise to the story of his equally bold words. The display at Fort Morgan, which was duplicated at Gaines, ...