Wingate By Wyndham Mobile Al
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... It looks as though a roof reseal may have to be done.
We have made arrangements for someone to have a look at it after the wedding.
It is also Tornado Season, and our first night in Louisiana we stayed just east of Lafayette. Watching the news that night we were informed that there was a Tornado Watch for the area. Thankfully nothing eventuated.
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days rest at Yogi Bears Jellystone RV ...
... to behold. Getting to run amok and explore its dark and mysterious underbelly, and climb staircase after staircase to attain increasingly majestic views of its prow while the sun lit up the brilliant blue Gulf of Mexico... all 5 of us were mesmerized.
The Battleship Memorial Park site also houses several retired military aircraft, including Shirish's (and now Chaaya's) all-time favorite, the AR-12 Blackbird. Consistent with our appreciation for all things "epic," ...
... gloves, and uniforms of former baseball greats and the other memorabilia they have left behind. Henry Aaron is still alive today and remains active in civic affairs. His boyhood home serves as his museum, and was moved 7 miles from its original site so that it could be located at the AA Baseball Park which is home to the Mobile Bay Bears. The stadium bears the name of Henry Aaron. He is in a class by himself when it comes ...
... back and put some washing on and then skyped mum for an hour and 10 minutes. Georgie was there and the girls were so happy. Jazzy will say to Andrew when we get home, oh did you leave I didn't know. She is loving up mum bad. Mum said they take themselves off to her room for bed by 7.30 pm. No surprise there! I asked mum if she wanted anything particular, some running shoes for walking like Asics gel Kayano is preferable. We should be right for our washing until the end of tour ...
... buildings with character.
Following the devastating fires of 1827 and 1839, this area was rebuilt in several architectural styles, including Federal, Greek Revival, Italianate, Queen Anne and Victorian. Some of the homes have been taken over by businesses and some are under restoration and others are being well cared for by proud owners. It's a step back in time to walk through these neighborhoods.