Mobile, Alabama

I moved to Mobile, Alabama, in May. It is probably one of the best places that I have ever lived. Everything about it is just incredible. I have loved it since day one. One of my favorite things about it is the weather. It is so warm and sunny (most of the time). It rains here sometimes. It’s not often, but when it does it pours. It’s currently 70 degrees in January. The flowers are blooming and everything is green. Palm trees line the streets and you get the beach feel everywhere you go.

There is also a lot of fun things to do here. There’s an art museum, history museum, U.S.S. Alabama, restaurants, shopping, trampoline parks, alligator viewing, the bay, etc. A person never really gets bored here. If you don’t have money to go out then you can just go to the pier or even the beach. There is an underwater tunnel and the longest bridge in Alabama stretches between Mobile and Daphne.

Beach days are the best because you are so close to it. You can go as often as you would like and you never really tire of it because you go when you want to.

The best time to be in Mobile is during Mardi Gras. For weeks, everyone celebrates and parties. Balls and dances occur and parades march down the streets. Everything closes down on fat Tuesday and people spend the entire day celebrating.

The people here are some of the nicest people that you will ever meet. They take southern hospitality seriously here. The University of South Alabama is here and so there are lots of educated young people.

Mobile is a place that I will always call home. It has brought many new and exciting adventures and amazing friends.

Mobile is absolutely incredible. If you can’t move here you should definitely visit. I don’t think you will be disappointed.


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