InTown Suites Mobile
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Some general comments concerning our visit: Mobile was originally founded in 1702 by the French and was eventually annexed to the United States via the Louisiana Purchase. Most people associate Mardi Gras with New Orleans, Louisiana but, in fact, Mardis Gras actually originated in Mobile, Alabama, and is much more family- friendly than the hedonistic event that goes on in New ...
... feet wet and went across the road and wiped them on grass. I took a photo of his black toes from his army weekend two weeks before we left. I met a bloke who had army pants on and he had a little chihuahua in his map pocket, her name was "little girl", she was shaking poor little number. Off we went and Chanda put a movie on called The Legend of Baggavance. Once again I don't need entertaining and put my headphones on, Andrew followed suit. I went to sleep until I was ...
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 around. I think it was winding down and people were leaving. We went back to ...
We came to Camping World to get a repair done on our generator. Usually they are booked up for an eternity, but we camped overnight (free, I might add) at their facility and were second in line in the morning when they opened. Of course, they didn't find anything wrong and it ran for a couple of hours. They did change the oil and filter, which was something that needed to be done anyway. ...
That's Louisiana to Alabama via the worst flicking highway (hwy 90) ever! Wait, I'm from Kalifornia, worst highway in the South. At 50 mph there is a bump every 2 seconds, (expansion joints, created to keep the road intact when the soil swells from water or temp) evenly paced, and capable of straight up destroying stick framed trailers. It creates an oscillating vibration that some people would pay for given the right circumstances, but punishing the unwary ...