Holiday Inn - Mobile Downtown/Historic District
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... and was offered lemonade or coffee by the lady behind the counter. I saw some kind of homemade looking treat in a basket on the counter. I asked what it was and she said it was homemade Oreo candy. You know, like an Oreo only candy, is what she said. Yeah, I get it. And then I got it. Boy was it good. I also got a cup of coffee. On the way out, a couple of ladies were knitting scarves at a table just inside the door. One of them said, “You know, a ...
... 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 ...
We are heading west across the Florida panhandle, Alabama and Mississippi on I-10 and had to stop at Bellingrath Gardens again....it's too gorgeous to pass over.
The Azaleas are all over the place and oh so colorful. We'll let the photos of the flowers and grounds below speak for themselves. (You can hit the Slideshow button at the bottom to view the ...
... out by an accident on 85. So it stole away all the time I had made up with my excellent driving skills. I then lost more time when we stopped at a gas station and some crazy Asian woman and her kid ******* all over the bathroom and held up the line for 15 minutes. We arrived in Mobile to our hotel which I had selected last minute online and let me just say it was the highlight of the day. I wish all hotels were like that one. ...
... set out for Washington Square which at one time was the center of Blakeley. Blakeley is one of the oldest towns in Alabama and at one point was a major hub with a population that was larger than Mobile’s. It was home to the first courthouse in Baldwin County that was surrounded by hotels, shoppes, churches and a number of homes along the Tensaw River. Unfortunately yellow fever overtook the city and wiped out the town’s population in only 15 ...