Howard Johnson Inn Mobile

Address: 3132 Government Boulevard, I-65 Exit 1, Mobile, Alabama, 36606, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3132 Government Boulevard, I-65 Exit 1, Mobile, is near Dauphin Street, Mardi Gras, Mobile Museum of Art, and Oakleigh House.
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More family

A travel blog entry by bistromath on Jul 27, 2015

Yet another set of quiet days. We headed in the right direction to skip construction traffic. Also, after some looking we managed to find a spot to stop for Southern Food (family here always goes for chains, this time I wanted to actually have some so we stopped BEFORE hand). Mary's Southern Kitchen, I think was the name. Very good, and very happy we stopped, also managed to get a lunch for the next day out of it (thanks to the amount of food).

USA - Alabama

A travel blog entry by colettejwood46 on Jul 26, 2015

3 comments, 24 photos

... Shore Beach and headed down to Orange Beach. As we settled down on the white sands a huge storm suddenly appeared on the horizon and within minutes we were engulfed in torrential rain which was as warm as a bath. The kids couldn't care less and continued to swim in the sea while Lee and I huddled in the car. Within ten minutes it had passed. Crazy weather! It has been great visiting Alabama which is very much a less well trodden tourist state but nonetheless lovely. Next stop ...

Heading to the Coast

A travel blog entry by theoneride on Jun 30, 2015

1 comment, 112 photos

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 directions to the water and Alabama. Heading south to ...

"Damn the Torpedoes, Full Speed Ahead"

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Nov 06, 2014

41 photos

... Mobile, Alabama. Fort Conde is an interesting place that has its roots before our Revolutionary War. Originally constructed in 1723 by the French, it was also known as Fort Carlota under the Spanish, and Fort Charlotte under the British and American flags. The original fort was totally destroyed when the land became too valuable for the expansion of Mobile, but was eventually reconstructed at 4/5 scale of the original ...

Right in the Heart of Dixie

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Jan 13, 2014

16 photos

... were a few open sites around us and we found one that worked. After getting unpacked and setting up we quickly realized that the only bathrooms were up the road at the tent campsite. This was a bit annoying but according to the map it was not too far. Unfortunately we would quickly learn that the map was not anywhere near to scale. We also quickly learned that we were the only ones camping there. We drove through the empty campsite and down a winding road ...