Whaler

Address: 505 East Beach Blvd., Gulf Shores, Alabama, 36542, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 505 East Beach Blvd., Gulf Shores, is near Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, Fort Morgan Historic Site, Gulf State Park, and Waterville USA.
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Travel Blogs from Gulf Shores

I Got a Hat & Josh Made New Friends

A travel blog entry by pat_and_larry on Oct 20, 2014

2 comments, 24 photos

... I happily complied.

The next photo is of me with an artillery shell from the USS Alabama. My caption needs a bit of explanation, though. I DO own a WWII practice shell that's about 20" tall. I call it my "bullet," and bought it at a yard sale some years ago. So . . . this bullet is bigger than mine.

Larry has been craving some vegetables, so we went to Kitty's Kafe for lunch. Great place! Larry bought me a T-Shirt that says ...

Swamps, Fishing Guys & Vicious Dragonflies

A travel blog entry by pat_and_larry on Oct 19, 2014

18 photos

... the wildest looking drink EVER, called a "Painkiller." It had rum and pineapple, and I don't know what else - and it SMOKED. Oh, wow, did I wish I could have one! Ali, I did try to be mean and call you and tell you where we were, but couldn't get a signal. MEAN Mommy!

Guess that's about it from here for tonight - maybe another episode of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. (We've been watching the 1966 season on DVD.)
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A Journey Back to My Childhood

A travel blog entry by pat_and_larry on Oct 18, 2014

2 comments, 19 photos

... Now Josh and I had to stash our loot back into the Explorer before we could head into the fort. Construction on Fort Morgan began in 1819, and it was used by the Alabama Militia to defend Mobile Bay (not very successfully) during the Civil War. It was used during World War II as coastal defense, then deactivated in 1946. I s'pose I "discovered" Fort Morgan in the early 1950's - I can't remember not being ...

The Zoo, Souvenir City, and a Heron Named Carl

A travel blog entry by pat_and_larry on Oct 17, 2014

19 photos

... into his enclosure to get a photo of his face! The dinosaurs are new. But there's a good, strong fence to protect the zoo patrons from these menacing monsters.

After the zoo, we went to Souvenir City. Souvenir City has been in continuous operation since 1956, and I remember it "way back when." About all you could get there when I was a child was swim rings, coconuts carved into pirates or monkeys, ...

Expect the Unexpected

A travel blog entry by erickasheppard on Oct 01, 2014

... right? We had been faithful all Feast and here we were stuck without a vehicle, barely able to get it back to the shop. Turns out it needed a new alternator as well, which brings us to our current state. We have had no choice but to stay two extra nights, and may be needing to stay an additional night to get our car up to standards.

Did I mention we were pretty much car-less all Feast? We had to ride with my in-laws anywhere we needed or wanted to ...