Port City Inn

Address: 1520 Matzenger Drive, Mobile, Alabama, 36605, United States | Motel
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Location

This motel, located on 1520 Matzenger Drive, Mobile, is near Mardi Gras, Mobile Carnival Museum, Dauphin Street, and Oakleigh House.
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Travel Blogs from Mobile

Happy New Years with a moon pie

A travel blog entry by ktchris on Dec 30, 2014

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... everyone cheered. Chris and I sat at a table in the back, enjoying the music, and counting down to another awesome year together. 2014 was a pretty exciting year for us. We got married, bought our Westy, left on this amazing adventure, and have discovered so much about each other and the world. At the beginning of the year I had no idea any of that was in store. I am so excited to see where 2015 takes us and what we make of it. Happy New Years everyone, we love ...

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

... 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 ...

You sank my battleship

A travel blog entry by aprilshirish on Nov 19, 2014

3 comments, 13 photos

... hall and kitchen; the sleeping quarters, and the jail (Devika was fascinated that they got put in "time out" to cool off after fighting). We were also able to explore the USS Drum submarine, which was similar but more condensed. Chaaya and Neela gained a keen appreciation for the cramped quarters and monotony of being in the bowels of a ship for months and months on end. They were impressed, however, with a kitchen that managed to feed 2,500 men day after day. They were ...

Exploring Mobile, Alabama

A travel blog entry by georgeandlisa on Mar 22, 2014

4 photos

... similar to those we saw in New Orleans.


The streets around Ft. Conde' are paved with bricks. There are houses and churches from the 1800’s. I closed my eyes and imagined the battles that were fought on this ground to protect homes and land. In my minds’ eye I can see hoop skirt and bonnet clad ladies sipping tea.



We enjoyed a shrimp ...

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