Youngs By The Sea
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... is $20.95! The menu explains that the restaurant was built as a club house in 1912 and served as an area cultural center, but not necessarily an opera house. One review I read says it best: It has "beaded pine walls and ceilings and is open for the enjoyment and merriment of people from all over who enjoy dining in complete luxury, yet a casual atmosphere. The menu varies daily, but is always served on their 28ft. ...
... set of footprints in the sand it was then that He carried you". In fact, we have a plaque with that poem hanging in our RV. We can't say enough about this park -- we rated it a "5" on our five-point scale. Unfortunately, we have to leave tomorrow morning and continue to head west -- tomorrow night we'll be in ...
... at Wentchell's Oyster House. There was quite a crowd there because they have been coming down to Gulf Shores with her brother and sister-in-law for a few years and have made friends outside of the RV park. It was a festive and fun late afternoon Happy Hour. We ended the day watching a smoky fire around a purchased fire ring at Shelley and Wayne's site. John and I both agree that it is nice to have friends.
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Here's a few links to get more information about the gardens and the man named Bellingrath.
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... buildings with character.
Following the devastating fires of 1827 and 1839, this area was rebuilt in several architectural styles, including Federal, Greek Revival, Italianate, Queen Anne and Victorian. Some of the homes have been taken over by businesses and some are under restoration and others are being well cared for by proud owners. It's a step back in time to walk through these neighborhoods.