Rodeway Inn Midtown

1 S. Beltline Hwy., Mobile, Alabama, 36606-3910, United States | 1 star hotel
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Day 8: LA to AL

A travel blog entry by jenn.hess.9

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... delay on 10. $&@? Idea number whatever Take the "other" road to New Orleans. We saw a turtle. We saw no gators, but along the way we did discover a Louisiana specialty; THE PO' BOY SANDWICH! Wow, so good. Jenn had the the Cajun Shrimp, and I had the Catfish (and the remainder of her shrimp). Whew dogie (that sounds cajun, right?) if they sold those in Kali I would actually gain weight. Here's another one. The roadside rest areas are baaaaaaadddddddaaaaaaasssss! They ...

'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 ...

Forth to the Fourth Fort

A travel blog entry by cphenly

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... story in a New York paper some weeks later. No one who was actually present at the time reported that.

A bit of background: Farragut's ship was one of quite a few that came up the bay tethered together in pairs. There was a mine field (what we call mines now were called torpedos then) at the opening of the bay, and one of the ironclads was in fact destroyed by a mine. This threw the rest of the ships into disarray, and ...

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 ...

Multiple stops

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors

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... the replica of a grand house destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. It has a display of the history of Biloxi and some of the people from all over the world who settled in Biloxi. It is a really neat house and across the street from the Biloxi Lighthouse. It is no longer a working lighthouse, but is still used by recreational sailors to guide them into the harbor. It is not as tall as other lighthouses, but has stood in it's current location for about 150 years. What makes it ...

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This 1 star hotel, located on 1 S. Beltline Hwy., Mobile, is near Mardi Gras, Dauphin Street, Mobile Museum of Art, and Oakleigh House.
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