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Hard Rock Cafe Biloxi
"Back in 1979 Americans Isaac Tigrett and Peter Morton opened the first Hard Rock Cafe in London. Their landlord didn’t think they could pull it off so he granted them a three-month lease. How wrong that landlord was. Today the franchise - which includes cafes casinos and hotels - can be found in more than 63 countries. The franchise owns the world's greatest collection of music memorabilia and you can see it on display at its locations around the globe. Enjoy a prix-fixe menu at the Hard Rock Cafe in Biloxi Mississippi. Each meal comes with a dessert and your choice of tea
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Walking Tour Through Basseterre
"This tour meets in Port Zante where we set off on foot to explore the old fort city of Basseterre. We'll make way through the center of town pointing out the Berkeley Memorial and home of the circus - reminiscent of Piccadilly Square. Next we'll head to Independence Square - formerly called Pal Mal Square where the slaves were bought and sold in public auction back in the 1600 and 1700's. The guide will point out the Catholic Cathedral and the Anglican Church dating back to 1670. Next we walk to Irish Town named after the indentured servants that made their way over from Ireland for a better life back in the 1600's. Many homes that were built back in the 1600's survived hurricanes and other natural disasters and are still standing today. Finally we wi"""Stroll through the city of Basseterre where you'll visit the site of the first company and walk through the old village of Irish Town. You'll learn the rich history about Pall Mall Square (present day Independence Square) where slaves were once sold upon
From $25.00
 
Dolphin Meet and Greet at Gulf World Marine Park
"If swimming isn't your thing this poolside meet and greet allows you to interact with our dolphins without getting into the water! At Dolphin Discovery at Gulf World Marine Park guests are invited to interact with smart friendly dolphins and get to know them outside of the pool. Learn about the fascinating species with our marine specialists by listening to educational info touching the dolphins and feeding the dolphins. These beautiful creatures are friendly and happy to interact in or out of the water! Dolphin meet and greets are perfect for all ages and are offered multiple times throughout the day."
From $74.00

More Things to Do in Spanish Fort

blakeley cemetery

pictured is the blakeley cemetery. the town of blakeley began as a 18th century plantation. by the 1820's blakeley was a booming riverfront town. the town of blakeley was the site of the last battle...
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Apr 04, 2011

blakeley state park

located on SR 225 just north of spanish fort is the blakeley battlefield state park. the battle of blakeley was the last major battle of the civil war. at the park you can see remnants of breastworks,...
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Oct 27, 2010

tourist office

a good first stop is the spanish fort tourist office. it is located a block north of the I-10 spanish fort exit. here you can get information on the attractions of spanish fort, mobile, and other...
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May 07, 2009

tensaw river

at blakeley park you can tour the tensaw river on the delta explorer tour boat. blakeley state park has much to offer the tourist. the park offers hiking and nature trails, camping, fishing, and horse...
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May 06, 2009

Saluda Hill Cemetary

The Saluda Cemetary is just along from the entrance to Blakely State Park on the main highway 225. The Historical Marker says it all "“Saluda Hill Cemetery is a private historical cemetery established...
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keeweechic
Jun 07, 2003

Mobile-Tensaw River

The Mobile-Tensaw River Delta is like a wilderness area in coastal Alabama. Encompassing 260,000 acres of wetland habitats, it is the second latest delta system in the United States. The River borders...
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Jun 07, 2003
 
 
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Imagine the Scene

While driving around (and on sometimes track type areas) you can almost feel the battle strategy. You can see the ravines, redoubt and battery sites, all clearly marked out to correspond with your map...
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Jun 07, 2003

Blakeley State Park

Blakeley State Park is the largest national historic register site east of the Mississippi River. The park encompasses 3,800 acres leading right down to the banks of the Tensaw River. This area is the...
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keeweechic
Jun 07, 2003

The Wonderful Homes

If you take a drive around the streets surrounding Blakeley State Park in Spanish Fort you will see delightful homes set amongst the trees in really tranquil settings. The areas we drove around were...
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keeweechic
Jun 07, 2003

The Water Dwellers

Should you decide to explore the Mobile-Tensaw Delta you would most likely see alligators, wading birds, raptors, wildflowers, cypress stands and pretty much everything else the Okefenokee offers....
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Oct 15, 2002

The Entrance to the Park

When you enter the park, you will be given a map plus historical info and points of interest to help you make your self-guided tour through the various historic areas Everything is very clearly marked...
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Oct 15, 2002

Take A Water Tour

There is a tour will take you through the wetland areas as well as passing historic sights such as the Civil War batteries Huger and Tracey. It will also stop at Blakeley State Park.
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Sep 08, 2006

The Hanging Oak

This is one of the landmarks in the park. The Jury Oak or Hanging Tree was said to have been the site of a hanging after the first court session at Blakeley.
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Jun 11, 2003

Spanish Moss

Some of the giant moss-draped live oaks in this region are estimated to be over 800 years old and were already mature trees when the Spaniards arrived in 1519..
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Jun 07, 2003

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12000 Cypress Way, Spanish Fort, Alabama, 36527, United States
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