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... but since we planned on driving back to Cape Coral, we did a quick tour. We then visited the USS DRUM, which is also onsite. Thankfully I will never have to travel in a submarine. From there we headed back to Cape Coral almost non-stop. We had lunch at McDonalds and for dinner Eric had a Subway sandwich. We arrived at our house in Cape Coral at 9:45, but only after a stop at Publix for some breakfast ...
... hotel, I had to laugh. Hubby booked the same hotel we stayed at 18 years ago when we were on our way to New Orleans. In the evening we had dinner with an Airbus colleague, his wife and daughter. We went to Blue Gill on the causeway. For starters we all shared peel and eat chilled shrimp and sautéed crab claws. Our main course: Eric ate fried alligator and we ate a dirty dozen of blackened shrimp. All I can say is it was ...
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).
Day 356-357 - 4/21/14 - Today we left New Orleans and headed to Mobile. Passed Lake Pontchartrain, (3rd Largest in the USA), Irish Bayou (sounds scary) and Pass Christian (just like the name) on our way into the city.
4/22 - Now we head out to see the USS Alabama - a decommissioned Battleship which saw lots of action in several wars. It is now a museum and again, quite well done. On the site is also a ...
... the bridges and multi road overpasses. There are so many cars on the road.. so much traffic all the way down. Very different to inland Australia.
With our big drive today, we only have 2 hours to drive tomorrow to reach New Orleans.
Bedtime for me (trees sleeping already and she didn't drive a mile haha)
Oh yes, and the alabama skies are indeed 'so blue'.