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With mild temperatures year-round and plenty of outdoor activities, there really isn’t a bad time to visit the Alabama's Gulf Coast. In the winter, temperatures stay in the 60s (16-18) in January and February, ... Read more
warming up to the 70s (21-35) in March and April. This time of year is much quieter than the more popular summer months, though the coastal city does see an influx of snowbirds escaping dreary weather back home. May and September are gorgeous weather-wise and still relatively quiet (except for three day weekends around summer holidays like Labor Day and Memorial Day). If you do visit in the summer, be sure to keep an eye on the weather: June 1 to October 30 is hurricane season.

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Humble, Texas

Lots to do in downtown Mobile, with great food and local seafood on the cosway. Just 30 minutes to Mobile and 45 minus to downtown.

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Melbourne, Florida

Mobile is Alabama's third largest city and Alabama's only outlet to the sea. When Mobile was part of French Louisiana, it was named their first capital in 1702.

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St. Petersburg, Florida, USA

Absolutely a delightful city and very pleasantly surprised with the history, things to do and food. This is a well-kept secret destination.

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Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands

We have stayed 1 night in Fort Conde Inn!
Excellent! Nice old luxurious accomodation!
A gourmet breakfast prepared by a great chef! Delicious!

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Santa Clara, California, USA

Mobile is a small town close to the Alabama coast. There's not too much to see an do in this area of Alabama, although it does have a notable Mardi Gras celebration each year.

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Berlin, Germany

I stopped in Mobile for a few days during a four-state road trip through the Deep South. It quickly became one of my favorite cities on the route: it's full of color, charm, and historic churches and mansions that date back to the 18th century. Not surprising, as Mobile is the capital of the original French Louisiana and home of the original Mardi Gras (15 years before NOLA even existed!). Mobile was also very bike-able, even in the rain, which is how I discovered many of its historic buildings.

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First to Review

Save you money, go to flordia if you are trying to catch a cruise ship, This place is an armpit.

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Local from Mobile, Alabama, USA

Local builder (www.buildingcontractorinbexley.co.uk)

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Grand Bay

So proud of the young ladies that two of you have become

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Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines

Spent a day visiting Battleship Park. Enjoyed it!

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