Hampton Inn & Suites Mobile/Downtown
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This literally was just a stop over, a time to rest and re-coupe from Savannah and get ready for New Orleans. Not sure what we were expecting to see, but, Mobile was D-E-A-D! borderline scary it was so quiet and empty.
... are in good shape and Mrs. Davis' flower garden has been replanted with the kind of plants she had while living there. The Presidential Library is not as grand as the other libraries we have visited and it is actually a library, so I wasn't terribly impressed with that part, but over all, the site is a good visit.
Some of the trees destroyed by Katrina have been carved into statues. These trees are located along US 90 which runs along the beaches of ...
... br> Once we had enough gas, we continued into Biloxi. Now one of the places I wanted to visit was the home of Jefferson Davis (after all I am a Southerner) but the GPS did not agree with the signs on the highway, but we made it through the narrow streets, even got stuck at a draw-bridge. And even though Bob was holding his breath hoping we would not take out any light poles we approached Beauvoir and I prepared to turn in when ...
All paraded out after only 3 parades. :)
There were 11 more days of parades until the big finale on Fat Tuesday, 4 March !
but moving on to Pensacola, Florida (one hour away) to laze on the ...
... Florida. We then drove the gulf road most of the way to Mobile. Lots of resorts like most beach towns. Looks like it would be awesome if the sun was out. The entire time we've been gone, there have been only 3 days of sunshine. And I'm counting one of them in Arizona. Checked into another Fairfield Inn. Deciding what to get to eat, as this one has no dinner. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center