Mobile is a former colony of France, nestled halfway along the Gulf Coast. It's the 3rd largest city in the state, as well as the 9th largest port in the USA. Where should you live, work, and play?
A beach trip is excellent, but not when it takes longer than needed. Traffic in Mobile, AL can slow down your fun. Use this little-used shortcut to beat most southbound traffic to the beaches.
Mobile is an old port city that dates to 1702 and is a perfect stopping point along the I-10 interstate. Should you stay downtown? Is it safe?
You have heard about the grace and charm of the old Southern belles, but some women of the time defied convention and made it fit their agenda. Sallie Ward married four times and caused one wit to quip,"At last she sleeps alone".
Although Mardi Gras is celebrated in many Southern Gulf Coast cities, here is a primer specifically for a Mardi Gras ball in Mobile, Alabama.
Learn to get around the Mobile, AL 1-10 Tunnel traffic just like a local to save time!
Do you want the sugar sand beaches and emerald water of famous 30A resorts like Rosemary Beach and Seaside? What? You don't want to pay $600 a night? Then you'll need to discover reasonable Carillon Beach, just 2 miles away from Rosemary Beach.
It's said locally that it takes two to parade and one to watch. If you don't have a lot of time to visit Mobile, learn which are the top parades to view during the weekend and days leading up to Fat Tuesday in Mobile, the cradle of Mardi Gras.
So you are invited to a Mardi Gras ball in Mobile, AL. What should you wear?