Motel 6 Mobile North

400 S Beltline Hwy, Mobile, Alabama, 36608, United States | 1 star motel
Prices starting from $51.00
 

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New Orleans is WAY TOO MUCH FUN

A travel blog entry by helenskib

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Well, I made it ALMOST the entire day without rain! It started raining just as I pulled up to the motel But it didn't last long, and all is dry (although humid) now. Today was FUN! I left LaFayette and headed for New Orleans. For those of you who KNOW me - you KNOW how I HATED all the bridges - made a wrong turn coming into New Orleans, and ended …

Day 8: LA to AL

A travel blog entry by jenn.hess.9

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... trying to keep up with traffic. The road is mostly concrete chinks, but the occasional paved section actually uses oyster and clam shell instead if rock. It is super rough.They have really interesting expansion rates here, but managed to get it right a lot of the time which begs the question, "did they just apply the same formula for too long?" Why did we choose this road over the famed Hwy 10 of Anne Murray songs (Twist and shout, listen to it)? Because there was a ...

'Bama Breeze

A travel blog entry by jblackert

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... nicer anyway. After all, my clothes really wouldn’t matter as soon as they got me talking. Once the cat stories roll out there really isn’t any turning back.

And they did…

To my surprise they agreed with some of my cat-parenting logic. Well, enough to not kick me out of their house. I have a feeling after I left they may have tried some of the research on their dogs, but I may never know.

The visit didn’t ...

Forth to the Fourth Fort

A travel blog entry by cphenly

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Addendum: Forgot to add this story--skip if you are easily grossed out! In 1863, the commander of the fort, Lieutenant Colonel Charles Stewart was killed in an accident when a cannon that they were firing for an inspection blew up. The cannon had originally been a smooth-bore gun, but by the civil war, the development of the rifled barrel had made those guns obsolete, and many attempts were made to convert smooth-bore to rifled-bore ...

USS Drum SS 228 Submarine

A travel blog entry by mga60tw

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We also saw the USS Drum SS 228 submarine today. It is on the same site as the USS Alabama and it is cool to get on a sub. The USS Drum SS 228 sank 15 Japanese ships during it's service. The sub is 311 ft long, 27 feet wide and could stay submerged for 24 hours at 2 knots. It had a crew of 72 men and carried 94,400 gallons of diesel. Boy, I could use some of that fuel on this ...

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Location

This 1 star motel, located on 400 S Beltline Hwy, Mobile, is near Mardi Gras, Dauphin Street, Mobile Museum of Art, and Oakleigh House.
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