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Seven years ago when we were here, we had put a Walmart location into our GPS to do some shopping. This was at a place called "Pass Christian", when we got to the point that Walmart was supposed to be located all we found was a cement slab Katrina had wiped out the building and most of the coastline including the boardwalk that followed the beach. Houses near the water had been devastated.
So much re-building work has happened ...
... was the fastest and highest flying manned aircraft in the world throughout its career. Most importantly, it looks cool. So we spent a bit of time ooh-ing and aah-ing before actually entering into the battleship site. The ship itself was fantastic; it would have taken at least 4 hours to explore it comprehensively, and several pages to describe it all here. Highlights included the doctor's and dentist's offices, the minor surgery room and sick bay (surprise, surprise); ...
... to preserve the history of Mobile.
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 ...
... went down to the beach to a beautiful cream atrium. We went down and I went into the water. It was so warm and lovely. I could have just dropped and swam, I so wanted to but the bus was picking us up in 5 minutes. Andrew was ****** because he didn't want to take his Teva's off and got sand in them when he walked down with me. I got my shorts wet but it doesn't matter because it's not cold. It was so pretty and serene. At the top I washed my feet off, Andrew didn't want to ...
... 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 ...