Taken at the parking lot of Mobile Landing. I supposed this is the parking lot of that park because at the far end where I am facing is the Park already. The terminal guards directed us to just make a circle if we can not find our family inside. That is really tiring so we decided to just park this side. Anyway, its a free parking I supposed. No signs whatsoever. While we are waiting for our family, I took the time in taking these pictures. Because of this crazy hobby, my migraine attack like a tornado when we got home.
That is the Holiday Cruise Ship and it will be heading again to Mexico. From here, I can smell the food that they prepare. It is already 9:00 AM and the 97 degrees heat is pounding on my skin. My sister-in-law said, on the ship, there were 80 cooks who has their own specialty of cooking. They were sent to a culinary school for 6 months and then, they were given a training job on the ship. From the lowest rank, they have to work hard to get to the top. Some work straight for 6 months and some 10 months.
This is 1-10 going to Pensacola, Florida. I love that building and the Wallace Tunnel ahead. This view is in Mobile, Alabama. The terminal is on Exit 26 on the right so, this ride were heading there.
I already had a slight migraine but, nothing can keep me away from taking this nice view and my favorite building. The heat was really torturing!That is the parking lot of Mobile Landing. I am standing in the vicinity of the park. The bridge on the right side is the 1-10 and the building on the left is the parking lot of Holiday Cruise Terminal. If you travel on that cruise, you can park your car for the whole duration of the cruise for $75 fee. It is secure and has a surveillance camera. Unlike the terminal in New Orleans, safety is really a problem. One tourist went cruising and park his car on their terminal but, when he arrived, the car was vandalized, ransacked and the car windows was broken. They say, Alabama Cruise Ship Terminal is the safest one.
That is the view of the Port of Mobile. There were so many cargo ship mostly. I think there were Filipino seamen who docked their ship in here. If they docked in Alabama, this area must be it.
the Magestic Holiday Cruise Ship
MS Holiday cruise ship sails through the Western Caribbean from the Alabama Cruise Terminal on Water Street.
the Skyline of Downtown Mobile
Alabama Cruise Terminal on Water StreetThis is the FUTURE HOME OF THE NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM OF THE GULF OF MEXICO.
The Holiday cruise will be discontinued late this year and the Carnival Fantasy will replace it.
entrance to the Alabama Cruise Terminal on Water StreetThis is exit 26. Heading to the terminal. Hoping you like the pictures. Enjoy viewing. You can click on the picture to zoom in.
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