Homewood Suites By Hilton Mobile
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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Today we made our last trip back into town for the final day of the event. Our 4 day unlimited pass had expired so we just bought a round trip pass and went in and did the shopping. We wanted to finish the 2nd part of the Americas Mart building. There was nothing else on the roster for the day. I did notice there were less people and less costumes …
... 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 ...
... to the west of the main peninsula.)
Drove all day, 500 + km., finally out of Florida into Alabama.
The motorway looked the same all day - green, trees and not an enormous amount of traffic.
Pulled into a rest area where there was small jet plane, a Blue Angel display plane, an advert for the nearby Airforce Museum. Arrived at Mobile, good RV site, and we walked to the river to look at brown ...
... it got started.....here's a bit about Mr. Bellingrath....
Though a native of Atlanta, Walter Bellingrath was raised in the small town of Castleberry, Alabama, where he got his start at the age of 17 with the Louisville and Nashville Railroad. His first job was as a station manager and his duties included sending and receiving telegraph messages. His ...
On to Alabama!! We took a short trip from Pensacola to Mobile to the Battleship Memorial Park. It was the one request of Evan's for the whole trip. I'm so glad he wanted to go. It was one of the coolest place I've ever been. They have lots of retired military planes, tanks, and other vehicles but the main event is the USS ALABAMA. It is a battleship that sailed from 1942-1947 during WWII. You can walk the deck and tour the different levels of the ship. On the ship it was very hard to not ...