Quality Inn Downtown Historic District

Address: 255 Church Street, Mobile, Alabama, 36602-3603, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 255 Church Street, Mobile, is near Mobile Carnival Museum, Fort Conde Museum and Welcome Center, Exploreum, and Museum of Mobile.
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    More family

    A travel blog entry by bistromath on Jul 27, 2015

    Yet another set of quiet days. We headed in the right direction to skip construction traffic. Also, after some looking we managed to find a spot to stop for Southern Food (family here always goes for chains, this time I wanted to actually have some so we stopped BEFORE hand). Mary's Southern Kitchen, I think was the name. Very good, and very happy we stopped, also managed to get a lunch for the next day out of it (thanks to the amount of food).

    USA - Alabama

    A travel blog entry by colettejwood46 on Jul 26, 2015

    3 comments, 24 photos

    "Sweet home Alabama, big wheels keep on turnin." We decided to "mix it up" on our road trip through the states so chose a rural setting for Alabama. We stayed in Loxley in Baldwin County and our farm wasn't even on google maps! Our host Jerod gave us directions that included such things as turn right when the gravel turns to a dirt road and take a left at the rickety bridge. Amazingly we found it really easily and what a beautiful spot it was. Sitting on the rocking chair on ...

    Heading to the Coast

    A travel blog entry by theoneride on Jun 30, 2015

    1 comment, 112 photos

    ... the station for protection. The trash cans at each pump ,which were big, blew out from under the canopy. My bike was next to the building and protected. The wind lasted 10-15 min.

    Later I would find out that this was a 30 mile wind front that was generated by a large weather anomaly. The wind wall caught thousands of beach goers by surprise as well as a number of paragliders over a ...

    Day 8: LA to AL

    A travel blog entry by jenn.hess.9 on Jul 08, 2014

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... trying to keep up with traffic. The road is mostly concrete chinks, but the occasional paved section actually uses oyster and clam shell instead if rock. It is super rough.They have really interesting expansion rates here, but managed to get it right a lot of the time which begs the question, "did they just apply the same formula for too long?" Why did we choose this road over the famed Hwy 10 of Anne Murray songs (Twist and shout, listen to it)? Because there was a ...

    Right in the Heart of Dixie

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Jan 13, 2014

    16 photos

    ... to defend the city for about 100 years but during those 100 years it was occupied by four different countries, originally built by the French taken the British then the Spanish and finally the US. It was a really cool free self-guided museum/tour that took you through each stage of the occupancy and had a number of old artifacts both replicas and originals that were found during excavation. Kaitlyn allowed me to spend more time reading and examining than ...