Windwood Inn Of Bay Minette

Address: 610 Mcmeans Ave, Bay Minette, Alabama, 36507, United States | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by ivaniscool on Jun 19, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

Glad to be staying at a hotel. It is so hot out here. It is 95 degrees but feels like 103. Yow! We were going to camp at a place with a water park but it is to hot. I was glad to here we were going to stay at a hotel. We went to visit Bret Favre's home town. Small. The town was called Kiln. We went out to eat at a sea food joint. Mmmmm yummy yummy. Awesome crawfish pie and very spicy. Tomorrow we are going to NEW ORLEANS!!! Yay. Please keep checking in. See ...

DAY TWO

A travel blog entry by buzz745 on May 18, 2015

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... line of thunderstorms that was moving from Lake Charles, LA to the northeast. We were wrong.

Anticipating some light and intermittent rain, I had layered up with my TASC Performance white long-sleeved t-shirt and a heavier regular short-sleeved t-shirt over it. We left the Hampton Inn Downtown Mobile at 8:15 and quickly found I-10 heading west. The new destination was Austin, TX.

Our trip began uneventful through the remainder of Alabama and Mississippi. We ...

Sweet Home Alabama

A travel blog entry by domenoe on May 08, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

... a WWII era submarine, the USS Drum. This submarine was commissioned in 1941 and saw plenty of battle as well. If you have never been in a sub, it is amazing to think that over 70 people could be in those cramped quarters for long periods of time, underwater. That would not be an assignment for me.

The submarine was extremely well maintained and access to the inner workings was as free as it was on the Alabama. It looked like you could put it in the ...

Long and open roads.

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on May 01, 2015

4 photos

... to the west of the main peninsula.)
Drove all day, 500 + km., finally out of Florida into Alabama.

The motorway looked the same all day - green, trees and not an enormous amount of traffic.
Pulled into a rest area where there was small jet plane, a Blue Angel display plane, an advert for the nearby Airforce Museum. Arrived at Mobile, good RV site, and we walked to the river to look at brown ...

Chapter 11 Bitter Sweet

A travel blog entry by romabeach on Nov 19, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos



(Dedicated to Michael
Crocker)

I have to
start this chapter with a tribute to a wonderful person.

We are
heading to Florida, it was to be a joyous occasion with the wedding of a lovely
young lady we first met twelve years ago.
Back then she thought we may have been axe murderers and was hesitant
when her Mum and Dad invited us to stay with them for a short period of
time. Thankfully she changed ...