Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Daphne/Mobile
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Today I received an note from a good friend that is traveling with us.
“ Larry, Joe patties is in Pensacola Florida and Top sail rv resort is in Sana Rosa beach next to Destin.We just had a Happy Hour together so I understand the typos. ”
To set the record straight he is right on all accounts.
We got up early so that Karsten was at the FAL at 7:00 am. We had an excellent breakfast. He was back quicker than expected, so that Eric and I ended up only seeing the front of the Mardi Gras House. We checked out of the hotel and headed straight for the USS Alabama. I'm not that much into warships, but it is absolutely amazing to see the craftsmanship on the ship. The tour could have taken a couple ...
... hotel, I had to laugh. Hubby booked the same hotel we stayed at 18 years ago when we were on our way to New Orleans. In the evening we had dinner with an Airbus colleague, his wife and daughter. We went to Blue Gill on the causeway. For starters we all shared peel and eat chilled shrimp and sautéed crab claws. Our main course: Eric ate fried alligator and we ate a dirty dozen of blackened shrimp. All I can say is it was ...
... go real good with that hat.” I declined and told her that my wife makes them so we have plenty already. She smiled and nodded as I headed out the door with my freebies.
Cheryl grabbed a cup of coffee before we loaded up and headed out. Harley was happy, too. He’s always happy, though.
Before too long we were approaching the Alabama state line. Their welcome center was closed for renovations so we weren’t able to stop and get ...
... large trees. Even the McDonald's is packed away discreetly through the suburbs. People have pride in their homes here and the city is quiet. We travelled through a tunnel and came out the other side at Battleship Park. We saw the USS Alabama and is opened up as a museum and it's also where the movie Under Siege was filmed with Steven Siegal. We travelled along a panhandle for some miles which is what they call a causeway because it looks like the shape of a pan handle. ...