Log Cabin Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... still over the Christmas holiday, since I like to put up our tree and stay put during the holidays.
... rides and lots of other activities they have there.
We topped up our propane (LPG) tank and it was time to head further east.
This part of the trip would take us through the deep southern state of Mississippi and into Alabama. I could have taken the Interstate 10, but opted to travel on Highway 90. This route follows the Gulf of Mexico coastline and is a special drive. The white sands of the Gulf and the blue of the water ...
From the Florida panhandle, we began our jaunt along the Gulf coast, stopping for a night in Mobile, AL. Now to be honest, we hadn't really been planning on this stop originally. That arctic freeze in Florida ended up changing our route and once again, we were very grateful for the serendipity that allowed us to discover the USS Alabama memorial park. As any of our friends/family would confirm, we generally prefer butter to guns. But the sheer enormity of a real battleship ...
... self guided tour of the submarine, to include the torpedo rooms, which is something we wouldn't recommend if one is claustrophobic. The normal crew of the submarine would be about 75 sailors.
Henry Aaron Boyhood Home and Museum, Mobile, Alabama. There have been few who have ever matched what Henry Lewis "Hammerin' Hank" Aaron accomplished during his major league baseball career. A quiet, gentle man who was the ...
... large trees. Even the McDonald's is packed away discreetly through the suburbs. People have pride in their homes here and the city is quiet. We travelled through a tunnel and came out the other side at Battleship Park. We saw the USS Alabama and is opened up as a museum and it's also where the movie Under Siege was filmed with Steven Siegal. We travelled along a panhandle for some miles which is what they call a causeway because it looks like the shape of a pan handle. ...