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  • LOVE this condo!

    "We absolutely love this condo and really enjoy working with the owner Pam. The beaches are home to us and are naturally beautiful and Pam's condo is a treat as well. It's beautifully decorated, super clean, and always updated. I only wish this was our condo. :)"
    Guest: Susan R. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: December 27, 2014
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  • Me

    "Wonderful place and right on the beach. Great times with kids and grand kids!"
    Guest: Jeanna M. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 20, 2014
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  • Ritz Carlton of Dauphin Island!!!

    "Really, this place was perfect! While my youngest went to UCP Camp in Mobile, my cousin and best friend stayed with me. VERY clean and well equipped and the price was so wonderful! This house looks brand new and it is very well kept. The owners were available to make sure we were comfortable and they were right down the street in case we needed anything. Be sure and review their book about beaches and restaurants and helpful house tips (on the kitchen counter). We discovered the public beach by the elementary school one day (little bit of a walk to water but check the closet in garage because the house comes with boogie boards and beach chairs and a nice carry stroller like thing to haul your cooler and other things). That price for the public beach was 5 dollars a car load but it helps to keep up the beaches of Dauphin Island so its money very well spent. The next day we went to public beach all the way to the end of Island called West End Beach. The price for a car load was more expensive (more like 8 dollars) but they had snacks available there and air conditioned rest rooms and also you could take a short walk across to the bay and set up there if you wish. The waves were larger on West Beach. Very nice families all around from all over. Now, we did take a walk to the beach that was closest to the house meaning its a short mile to the "Pirate Club" and "Southern Lights" restaurant area. There's also a golf driving range there. We never went to that beach but just explored. The Pirate Club is 3 dollars to use that beach plus a little more if you want to swim in their pool. That beach looked a little smaller than the public beaches. So, you can just explore all the above and see what best suits you. We noticed the Pirate Club had a guitar player Friday night and bar service by that pool. Some locals were on their way to swim at night and float and have a drink and listen to the guitar player. Restaurants: We ate at Barnacle Bills which was pretty good, a little pricey. Southern Lights by that Pirate Club was also good. We ordered take out and took home. That building the Southern lights is housed in is from 1953, it used to be the old Dauphin Island Country Club. It reminds me of George Jetson, lol. The house was perfect and the outside shower was great for washing off sand at the end of the day. Thank you to owners for being so wonderfuland we will be back!"
    Guest: Marguerite Hopkins Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 28, 2014
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  • Great view

    "We stayed 3 nights. The condo definitely had a "whale of a view"! Each bedroom had a view of the ocean as well as the living area. The beach was very convenient. The pool area was very nice. Everything in the condo worked great. The furnishings were nice also. The walls needed a fresh coat of paint but we would stay there again. The owner was extremely helpful because we needed a condo on short notice."
    Guest: Debra Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: May 8, 2015
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Alabama Travel Tips

Known as the "Heart of Dixie," Alabama borders Tennessee, Georgia, Mississippi and Florida. Though the capital of Alabama is Montgomery, the most populated city is Birmingham and the oldest city is Mobile, which was founded by French colonists.

For anyone looking to escape cold, wet winters, the climate in Alabama ranges from mild to hot with summer temperatures climbing to 100 degrees - perfect for a warm getaway. Winters are less harsh here, with temperatures ranging from 30 to 60 degrees.

History buffs will enjoy exploring any of the state’s 36 national historic landmarks and more than 1,200 locations that are part of the National Register of Historic Places. All of Alabama is steeped in rich and interesting facts from its beginning up until the present time.

Things to Do in Alabama

U.S. Space & Rocket Center: When visiting Huntsville, be sure to stop by the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, a museum showcasing achievements, rockets and artifacts from the United States’ space program. The museum is home to more than 1,500 permanent pieces relating to space exploration. The U.S. Space & Rocket Center also offers two camp programs where people can stay on-site and learn more about space with the U.S. Space Camp or aviation with the Aviation Challenge. Along with displays, you can also check out the Spacedome Theater, Rocket Park and Education Training Center that houses NASA’s Educator Resource Center.

Birmingham Zoo and Montgomery Zoo: Animal lovers are sure to enjoy a trip to either zoo in Birmingham or Montgomery, or maybe even both! The Birmingham Zoo is home to about 800 different animals of more than 200 species. It’s also a force in elephant conservation, featuring a Trails of Africa exhibit. Along with the elephants, you can visit with rhinos, giraffes, birds and other creatures. The Montgomery Zoo allows visitors to take a trip to South America, Asia and other countries without ever leaving Alabama. With more than 500 animals, there’s plenty to see here, including elephants, penguins, zebras and more.

USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park: One of the country’s most unique military attractions, The USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park provides an exciting experience for the whole family. Located on the western shore of Mobile Bay, the park features a collection of wartime aircraft and ships. The USS Alabama is a national historic landmark and a great way to pay respects to soldiers who have fallen in the past.

Bryant-Denny Stadium: In Tuscaloosa, you’ll find the home of the University of Alabama and Bryant-Denny Stadium. Originally the football shrine was built to honor the university’s first president, it was amended later to also honor the famous Alabama football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant. Alabama is also home to one of the United States’ oldest college rivalries between Auburn University and the University of Alabama. If you visit during football season, taking in a game between the Crimson Tide and the Tigers is sure to be entertaining both on and off the field.

Huntsville Botanical Garden: While visiting Huntsville, be sure to stop at the Huntsville Botanical Garden. Free and open year-round, it’s home to a butterfly house as well as a variety of gardens, including aquatic, wildflower, fern, rose and others. Spend the day meandering through each space and savor the natural beauty everywhere you look.

Shopping and Dining in Alabama

Bel Air Mall: Located in Mobile, Bel Air Mall is a major attraction for excited shoppers. Featuring more than 130 stores, there no doubt you can find exactly what you’re looking for while visiting Alabama at local shops or bigger name stores. In addition, Bel Air Mall is home to a quaint Venetian carousel and many restaurants when you need to take a break and refuel.

Wintzell’s Oyster House: For a true Southern seafood meal, visit Mobile’s historic landmark, Wintzell’s Oyster House. It’s been open for more than 75 years and has grown and expanded from a six-stool oyster bar to the landmark it is now.

Mike and Ed’s BBQ: For some Southern-style barbecue, visit Auburn’s Mike and Ed’s BBQ which dishes up some of the tastiest pulled pork and home cooking in the state. There's no excuse for leaving hungry here - the portions are big and chances are you will clean your plate.

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