Ramada Limited University/Carrier Circle Mobile

6590 Thompson Road North, NY Thruway I-90 Exit 35, Syracuse, New York, 13206, United States
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Future Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday Dates

by DG4ever

Future Dates are Feb. 5th, 2008; Feb. 24th, 2009. These dates are the LAST day of Mardi Gras celebrations, which would be Fat Tuesday.
Mobile Mardi Gras is the ORIGINAL one and is still done traditionally. Mobile was founded in 1702; New Orleans in 1718. I am from the Miss. Gulf Coast and have family in New Orleans French Quarter as well so I know Mardi Gras. Mobile's is the BEST due to tradition, safety, but also there are very large crowds. Mobilians throw MoonPies, a cookie/marshmallow type treat, Ramen noodles, you name it.

My suggestion is to come in the previous weekend ( the dates Feb. 2nd, Sunday the 3rd (which is Joe Cain Day-the People's Parade)). Make reservations for a downtown hotel up to a year in advance. You are competing with locals for rooms.

If you don't get in a downtown hotel, don't worry. Drive down and park close to Broad Street in the Oakleigh Garden DIstrict (just South of Government Street). Have a drink at Callaghan's Irish Pub in the Oakleigh area (corner of Marine/ Charleston) and get a hamburger.
If the parade is at 6:30 pm, leave by 6:55 pm.
Then walk one block to Broad and take left. Stand at either Govt./Broad at the Big white church (2 blocks north) or stand at end of Church/Broad (one block north) This is where many Oakleigh Garden District residents stand. It's safe, I promise! It may be a little urban for you but it is safe.

Or cross the barricade where you see a Police Officer, usually where Canal turns north onto Broad. We like to cross and just get more room over on the other side. If you walk a little way, you can hit the parade twice! I think at Washington Street.

Or you can drive I-10 to Water Street exit, head North. This is the street that runs along the waterfront (which ironically you can't see!). There is a median and yes, you can park here. Parking is anything goes as long as you are NOT on a parade route. The only bad thing is you must get there earlier. For instance, 6:30 pm parade- get there by 6:00 pm.

Spring Hill College.
This is...

by amyferguson

Spring Hill College.
This is where I received my philosophy degree.
Stop in the library and Stewartfield, an attractive antebellum home at the end of the Avenue of the Oaks.
4000 Dauphin St.
Mobile, Alabama 36608
(251) 380-4000
(877) SPR-HILL
www.shc.edu

Christmas Lights at Bellengrath Gardens

by dustmon

We were there at Christmas and the evil Stepmother wanted to see the lights, so we went out---they had a special tent set up with food and drink for us (This was by the auspices of the Mobile Museum) and the lights were pretty special. Got off a few shots of the lights at night.....

Gulf Coast Exploreum

by seagoingJLW

It is a regional science center with interactive exhibits (like the International Space Station that you can walk through) and big screen films.

Other exhibits in the Hands On Hall include the following topics: Force and Motion, Energy, Diversity of Life, Water, Scientific Reasoning and Inquiry, and Technology.

Conde- Charlotte House Museum

by Jim_Eliason

Historic house used by the commander of Fort Conde. Mobile's first official jail. This c. 1822 Federal-style home has period rooms containing French, British, Confederate, and American antique furnishings plus a charming & walled Spanish courtyard.

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Address: 6590 Thompson Road North, NY Thruway I-90 Exit 35, Syracuse, New York, 13206, United States