First time here? Questions? Talk to members and volunteers right now! The Hospitality Club
...bringing people together!
Estonian  English  German  Spanish  French
Finnish  Italian  Lithuanian  Dutch  Polish
Brazilian  Portugese  Russian  Turkish  Ukrainian 
Home > All countries > United States of America > Alabama Sign up!
All countries
Sample Profiles
About us
Main Menu

 What is this?
The Hospitality Club is the world's largest hospitality exchange organization. We are thousands of friendly members world wide who offer each other free accommodation when traveling. Membership is free and joining just takes a minute - we would love to have you onboard!

 Region Volunteers
There are no Region Volunteers in Alabama at the moment.
Become a Local Volunteer for Alabama?

Cities in Alabama, United States of America
City: # City: #
Andalusia1 Leeds2
Anniston19 Madison6
Ashville3 Mentone2
Athens14 Mobile25
Attalla4 Montevallo3
Auburn24 Montgomery18
Birmingham102 Munford2
Boaz4 Muscle Shoals1
Brewton2 New Hope1
Collinsville4 new york16
Cullman4 Opelika2
Decatur5 Phenix City2
Dothan10 Pleasant Grove1
Eastaboga2 Prattville3
Enterprise2 Reform1
Florence6 Riverside1
Foley7 Roebuck1
Gadsden2 Russellville2
gardendale1 Salem1
geraldine1 Spanish Fort1
grant1 Sylacauga1
Greensboro2 Toney1
Gulf Shores2 Tuscaloosa22
Gurley1 Uriah1
hamilton2 Valley1
Henegar1 waverly1
Huntsville27 Weaver1
Irondale1 West Blocton1
Jones1 Wetumpka3
killen1 Wilsonville2
Info about Alabama, United States of America
Alabama Travel Guide Login to edit Login to view History Help

Alabama is warm most of the year and has some great hiking and beaches. The major cities are Mobile (on the Gulf of Mexico), Birmingham (mid-state) and Huntsville (northern). There is good kayaking and paddling in the rivers (Locust Fork, for example), climing and bouldering (Horse Pens 40), backpacking (Sipsey Wilderness), caves, Shopping, beaches, museums and of course, the occasional redneck. Alabama is one of the poorer states but things vary immensely by region. Southern Hospitality is not a myth. Average food prices range from $4-$15 for dinner, depending if you have fast food, a sit down restaraunt, or cook it yourself. It is, of course, easy to find meals for less (or more). The south is noted for its sweet iced tea, and dishes like biscuits and gravy. One thing you should definately be warned about is the humidity, it can get pretty hot in the summer if you are not used to it. However, Alabama is a lovely place to visit and is near Atlanta, New Orleans, Florida, Nashville, Memphis, and the beginning of the Appalachian Trail. come stop by and see us!

Top Things to See and Do
Please just make a simple list separated by commas here - more info in the Travel Guide.

Neighbor regions/States: Alabama is bordered by Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, and Mississippi. Highly recommended backpacking in the Savage Gulf of Tennesse, part of the Cumberland Plateau.

Who is coming? Just add your user name and basic info (date and places you will visit) about your trip here, maybe other members will invite you or meet up with you on the road. Use your profile to tell more about your plans.

Want more guests! cuzalabama would like to meet you!

Hospitality Club Meetings
If you would like to invite other members to an activity or meeting, add the info here. You can use the Travel Guide for more detailed info.

Edited by: maplefanta on 26.05.2006 cuzalabama on 15.02.2005
Last postings about Alabama United States of America from other users
p wrote:


Change language: Deutsch - Eesti - English - Español - Français - Italiano - Lietuviškai - Nederlands - Polski - Português - Português (bra) - Русский - Suomi - Türkçe - Українська

Sign up - Contact - Countries - Disclaimer

Copyright © 2000-2012 The Hospitality Club. All rights reserved.