Comfort Suites Saraland
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... our batteries, caught up
with the laundry (well Margaret did), I played a little music and annoyed the
were cold temperatures getting down to -4C, the heater in the RV keeping us
nice and toasty though.
The Jellystone Park was quiet at this time of the year, but I can imagine during the holidays that it would be teaming with children riding the water slides, swimming in the pool, going on ...
... intimidated by the responsibility and pressure that comes with the job of being ship's captain.
After developing a case of plantar fasciitis while in Orlando (too many hours of walking in the cold rain with flip flops?), Chaaya was hobbling through Sneads and Mobile. But she fought through her pain to ensure that she didn't miss a thing at the USS Alabama, despite the many staircases and ladders she needed to negotiate: a clear testament to how impressive this site was. ...
... enormous in size, as well as the armaments they can bring to bear in battle. The main deterrent were the 16" guns that could loft 2700 pound high-explosive rounds over 20 miles down range. We were able to walk through the entire ship and see how the crew of 2500 sailors lived and worked. The park also includes exhibits of various tanks, aircraft, and other military items, including the submarine, USS Drum. We were able to ...
... hangers were magnificently adorned with every type of plane you can imagine. There was a POW corner containing a welcome home for them after Vietnam, uniforms provided, notes and poems written in isolation and escape material. There was a small women's area with video interviews and uniforms of of flight nurses. There was recent art work brought back from current deployments but the main centre was about the jets and planes. There are too many to list and we both took so ...
... at the Oil Recovery Co. facility when the incident began. He said the barges had been carrying a liquid called natural gasoline - which he said is neither liquefied natural gas or natural gas. He said the company has dispatched a team to work with investigators to determine what caused the fire.
The explosion comes two months after the 900-foot-long Carnival Triumph was towed to Mobile after becoming disabled on the Gulf during a cruise by an ...