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... price. Funny thing is, the senior price was also $13.00. The lady at the register was a bit snippy at first and when I said I was a senior and Cheryl wasn’t, she asked which discount I wanted to use. Uh, well, since they are both a dollar off, does it really matter? Just give us our tickets already. She did ask to see our AAA card so maybe they keep track of it.
So, off we went to visit the ship. First, a little USS Alabama history. The ship was ...
"You are in real redneck territory here". So we were told by the man in the hardware shop! (I had to ask John what a Redneck was - originally poor white rural people). All the locals have very thick Southern accents down here. They all start each sentence with "Yous all......"
Passed Florida's State capital, Tallahassee. Bit like Canberra, in the middle of nowhere, in the Florida panhandle (the narrow bit ...
... owning a warehousing company and he was an original founder of Waterman Steamship Company of Mobile.
If you're ever near Mobile, Alabama, make a trip south about 15 miles to see this place. It's well worth it.
Steve and Kim
Town smaller and quieter than my native place in Gujarat. But I always wanted to be in Alabama specially being country side. I would compare mobile,Alabama with Fargo in North Dakota... Hard to get a taxi and food... I was lucky to have my colleague Bill with me who took good care of me. After a strenuous travel we both went to a quite a good Italian restaurant. Tasty ...
Our campground is between Mobile, Alabama and Pensacola, Florida.
Today we drove to Mobile. As with the other cities in the south, the people in Mobile are very friendly. This city seems to have a little bit of everything. The downtown has very interesting buildings.
There are several different Historic neighborhoods throughout the city. Many of the ...