La Quinta Inn Mobile

Address: 816 West I-65 Service Road South, Mobile, Alabama, 36609, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located on 816 West I-65 Service Road South, Mobile, is near Mardi Gras, Dauphin Street, Mobile Museum of Art, and Oakleigh House.
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    Travel Blogs from Mobile

    Heading to the Coast

    A travel blog entry by theoneride on Jun 30, 2015

    1 comment, 112 photos

    ... the station for protection. The trash cans at each pump ,which were big, blew out from under the canopy. My bike was next to the building and protected. The wind lasted 10-15 min.

    Later I would find out that this was a 30 mile wind front that was generated by a large weather anomaly. The wind wall caught thousands of beach goers by surprise as well as a number of paragliders over a ...

    Hotels

    A travel blog entry by ivaniscool on Jun 19, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    Glad to be staying at a hotel. It is so hot out here. It is 95 degrees but feels like 103. Yow! We were going to camp at a place with a water park but it is to hot. I was glad to here we were going to stay at a hotel. We went to visit Bret Favre's home town. Small. The town was called Kiln. We went out to eat at a sea food joint. Mmmmm yummy yummy. Awesome crawfish pie and very spicy. Tomorrow we are going to NEW ORLEANS!!! Yay. Please keep checking in. See ...

    DAY TWO

    A travel blog entry by buzz745 on May 18, 2015

    2 photos

    ... gas after150 miles and checked the weather again. Still iffy as far as beating the rain. However, once we got into Louisiana things changed rapidly. First of all, I-10 became very rough to ride on. It was a bladder buster above 65 MPH. The road and bridges are in desperate need of repair. Then just short of the Pearl River at Mile Marker 144 traffic stopped dead on I-10. Now what? We saw a sign that said "Road Construction Next 2 Miles". That must be the reason for the halt in ...

    A long drive on Labor day

    A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Sep 01, 2014

    6 photos

    ... we decided to have a Labor Day cook out since Jym and I never do that with our work schedules. It was really nice. Shane bought some tasty food at the farmers market and we enjoyed some last time together. We left later than I had hoped around 5pm. I cried until I got to the 85 but that sobered me up pretty fast having to drive through downtown Atlanta...LOL. The GPS said it was a 5 hour drive to Mobile where we planned to ...

    Right in the Heart of Dixie

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Jan 13, 2014

    16 photos

    ... a day of hiking through the woods and historical landmarks. Our first tour took us up to and through the Blakeley Battlefield. The Battle at Blakeley was the last major battle of the Civil War and actually took place after the surrender by General Lee. Today there are miles of breastwork that mark the Confederate Lines and lead to the Rebel Headquarters. All that remains of the headquarters are a few pieces of the foundation surrounded by a trench. ...