Holiday Inn - Mobile Downtown/Historic District

301 Government Street, Mobile, Alabama, 36602, United States | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $117.00
 

Travel Blogs from Mobile

Day 8: LA to AL

A travel blog entry by jenn.hess.9

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... in by giant trees, a dense jungle of kudzu, mare's tail, and vines. However, if you turn off the road it opens up to appropriately spaced cypress and lush green grass with the sounds of cicadas buzzing. Another interesting point is everything here isn't cookie cutter. The houses aren't all the same. Stucco isn't the king, and you can't judge the quality of the restaurant by appearance. They all look like $&@?, but have nicely trimmed grass. Alright, I kept you ...

'Bama Breeze

A travel blog entry by jblackert

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... Mississippi, where out-of-stater's flew by hauling large boats destined for the beach. When we exited the interstate in Alabama we encountered several ranch style homes with horses grazing in the pastures. Our destination was West Mobile to meet my aunt and cousin for the very first time. My mom warned me not to scare them so the typical t-shirt and travel shorts were not allowed. I proclaimed this was false advertisement but decided to wear something ...

USS Drum SS 228 Submarine

A travel blog entry by mga60tw

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We also saw the USS Drum SS 228 submarine today. It is on the same site as the USS Alabama and it is cool to get on a sub. The USS Drum SS 228 sank 15 Japanese ships during it's service. The sub is 311 ft long, 27 feet wide and could stay submerged for 24 hours at 2 knots. It had a crew of 72 men and carried 94,400 gallons of diesel. Boy, I could use some of that fuel on this ...

USS Alabama visit

A travel blog entry by mga60tw

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We weren't sure of the weather today but decided to visit the USS Alabama in Mobile. The weather held until we got home so we picked the right day as tomorrow is suppose to be bad.

The USS Alabama was commissioned in 1942, was 680 feet long, could go 32 mph, carried 2500 men during war and when fully ...

Visiting Fairhope

A travel blog entry by mga60tw

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We had a leisurely day visiting the town of Fairhope. Had lunch on the pier and just enjoyed the scenery. You can see Mobile from the pier and tomorrow will take us to see the USS Alabama. Here are some pictures of the pier area and a castle that a resident built many years ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 301 Government Street, Mobile, is near Mobile Carnival Museum, Fort Conde Museum and Welcome Center, Exploreum, and Museum of Mobile.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding