Olsson's Motel

Address: 4137 Government Blvd, Mobile, Alabama, 36693, United States | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, located on 4137 Government Blvd, Mobile, is near Mardi Gras and Dauphin Street.
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Travel Blogs from Mobile

Christmas near the Gulf Coast of Alabama

A travel blog entry by pykesonthego on Dec 27, 2014

11 photos

... still over the Christmas holiday, since I like to put up our tree and stay put during the holidays.





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Chapter 11 Bitter Sweet

A travel blog entry by romabeach on Nov 19, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... br> something that we will never forget. A
memorial service will be held the day after Brittany exchanges her vows with
her husband Freddy.

It will be a
bitter sweet weekend.

Rest in
Peace Michael.

After
crossing the border from Texas into Louisiana, there is something that you
can't help but notice. The viaducts
that cross over the swampland. They go
for miles and are a marvellous piece ...

You sank my battleship

A travel blog entry by aprilshirish on Nov 19, 2014

3 comments, 13 photos

... was the fastest and highest flying manned aircraft in the world throughout its career. Most importantly, it looks cool. So we spent a bit of time ooh-ing and aah-ing before actually entering into the battleship site. The ship itself was fantastic; it would have taken at least 4 hours to explore it comprehensively, and several pages to describe it all here. Highlights included the doctor's and dentist's offices, the minor surgery room and sick bay (surprise, surprise); ...

"Damn the Torpedoes, Full Speed Ahead"

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Nov 06, 2014

41 photos

Historic Fort Gaines, Dauphin Island, Alabama. Fort Gaines was constructed in 1821 to provide for the defense of Mobile Bay. The fort is still intact and played a part in the Battle of Mobile Bay during the American Civil War. In 1864 and 1865 the Union Navy sought to enter Mobile Bay, but the Confederate defense had mined the harbor. (They called the mines "torpedoes" in those days). The Union Navy was commanded by ...

Exploring Mobile, Alabama

A travel blog entry by georgeandlisa on Mar 22, 2014

4 photos

... lunch at a local favorite restaurant, Ed’s Shed. They are known for the "Yo Mamas Platter"—which has every local seafood imaginable on it. Although we were entertained by the idea of this giant “sampler” plate; the food on this plate could have fed a small family, so we passed and were happy with our shrimp.

We head back to our RV earlier than we ...

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