You're going to have to get used the to country, depending on where you are going to move. You will also slowly earn yourself, a little bit of southern Draw in otherwise-you will get a accent.
It's going to be hard, especially moving from The Big Apple, but you'll get used to it. Buy a Four wheeler, and ride it around the country, that's always fun. If your high matince (spelling?) you're going to have to get over that.
Honestly, Coming from New York City, you will probably, be a little bored. New York City has all kinds if things to do, and see.
But Alabama, will still have, Movies, and footballl games, and all the same things, a regular city would have, but it's definately, not NYC.
I'm not from Alabama, I'm from Ohio, but, mos of my family lives there, so I know what its like, to be down there for a month, every summer.
There's a list of attractions, by city.
Here are some Museums:
Anniston: Hitler's Tea Service
Anniston: World's Largest Chair Contender
Bessemer: Hitler's Typewriter
Birmingham: Vulcan Iron Man
Birmingham: Racist Hell Hounds sculpture
Birmingham: Statue of Liberty Replica [tips]
Brundidge: Car Bumper Chicken
Carrollton: Lightning Portrait of Henry Wells
Cherokee: Coon Dog Cemetery
Childersburg: DeSoto Caverns
Clanton: Big Peach statue
Clanton: Big Peach Water Tower
Clayton: Whiskey Bottle Tombstone
Cullman: Ave Maria Grotto
Decatur: Pest Control Exhibit
Dothan: Peanut Capital of the World
Dothan: Monument to the Hog
Elkmont: Saturn 1B Rocket
Enterprise: Boll Weevil Monument
Huntsville: Grave of Miss Baker, Space Monkey
Huntsville: US Space and Rocket Center
Mentone: Church Built Around a Rock
Mobile: Battleship USS Alabama
Sub USS Drum [tips]
Mobile: Eichold-Heustis Medical Museum
Montgomery: The MOOseum
Northport: Huge red dog, fire ant
Northport: McD's - Reagan Ate Here
Prattville: W. C. Rice's Cross Garden [tips]
Scottsboro: Rock Animal Zoo
Scottsboro: Unclaimed Baggage Center
Seale: Museum of Wonder
Summerdale: Spear Hunting Museum
Sylacauga: Gravity Hill