One of the more fun traditions of Mobile's Mardi Gras is Joe Cain Day. Cain is credited with reviving Mardi Gras after the civil war. Women dressed in black, claiming to be his widow (and his favorite wife) mourn at his gravesite and throw beads (and imbibe spirits)
Magnolia Cemetery - Mobile, AL.
Dolly Parton Bridge, Mobile, AL
Sand Island Lighthouse, Mobile, AL
645am in Mobile Bay. Mobile, AL
Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, Mobile, AL
Mobile, AL - Fort Conde Inn. For years, Fort Conde's only regular visitors were high school students, bused in to see the complex settled by the French in the 1720s. Now the Fort Conde Inn, an 1836 Victorian mansion with whitewashed balconies, has kicked off a 14-building revitalization in the heart of downtown Mobile by developer Lawrence Posner.
Fort Conde Inn- Mobile, AL....
Oakleigh Plantation in Mobile, AL