Quality Inn & Suites Mobile

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

150 Beltline Hwy. South, Mobile, Alabama, 36608, United States
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  • Families57
  • Couples66
  • Solo50
  • Business50

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Ships?

by diomedes1148

Just arrived in Mobile on a, well spur of the moment type of getaway. The downteown area is beautiful, but I'm wondering how I can get myself and my friend on a ship down here. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

Re: Ships?

by dyrden

Carnival has at least on ship that is based out of mobile for Carribean Cruises.

Re: Ships?

by DG4ever

Carnival Holiday. But they are usually completely booked so there would be no chance for last minute cruising. You could try driving 2 hours west to New Orleans.
We hope that Mobile will get a larger cruise ship soon. There have been rumors for months.

Travel Tips for Mobile

a lot like new orleans. just...

by kcochr_1999

a lot like new orleans. just safer. attending a mardi gras ball as royalty. the people and perfomers face you and throw everything. my date was a german teacher from germany and we both felt like royalty

Fried Green Tomatoes

by PA2AKgirl

YUM! I don't need to say much about this because if you like tomatoes and haven't tried these, you have to. If you have, you know what I'm talking about. There is just something about them. And Mobilians have perfected the recipe. One great place to get them is Butch Cassidy's cafe on Forida and Old Shell.

Take a tour of the USS Alabama...

by rids

Take a tour of the USS Alabama - Battleship Memorial Park.
2703 Battleship Pkwy (Highway 90/98), just off Interstate 10, Exits 27 or 30.
(251) 433-2703. Opens: 8:00am (Daily except Christmas); Closes: 4:00pm October-March, 6:00pm April-September. Admission fees: Age 12 & up: $10.00, Ages 6-11: $5.00, under age 6: Free.
There is a detailed history/description of the ship on their Website.

Ft. Gaines - Dauphin Island

by MatthewMetcalfe

South of Mobile lies Dauphin Island. On this island sits Ft. Gaines. During the Civil War, Ft. Gaines and Ft. Morgan (Across the channel) guarded the entrance to Mobile Bay.

This Fort is in great shape and still bears battle scars from the Civil War. There is a lot of information posted around the Fort as well. I would plan on spending an Hour or Two at the site.

Mobile Bay was a lot larger than I thought and this is a great place to hang out and watch the action.

There is a ferry service that will take you across the channel where you can see Ft. Morgan.

Battleship Park

by cfwestbe

Any visit to Mobile requires a trip to Battleship Park. This is the home of the USS Alabama - a battleship used during World War II. The photograph doesn't do the ship justice - it is HUGE!! The USS Alabama had 4 engine rooms, several 13 inch guns (i.e the shells were 13 inches in diameter!), anti-aircraft machine guns, etc. You could get lost wandering through all of the decks. Along with the Alabama is an old diesel engine submarine the USS Drum. I don't see how anyone lived in this tiny ship! The noise from the engines and the smell of the diesel fuel had to have been terrible. Also on the park site is an aircraft museum. Inside is one of the SR-71 spy planes that fly at supersonic speeds. The jet fuel is circulated inside the wings of the plane to COOL THEM!! Can you imagine using highly flammable jet fuel as a coolant? WOW! The reason for this is because the plane traveled so fast, that the friction with the air at the extreme altitude where the plane traveled would overheat and melt the wings!

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Address: 150 Beltline Hwy. South, Mobile, Alabama, 36608, United States