... you totally surprised me. I never thought you were that cool. You lie in the middle of the rust belt of the USA, deeply relaxed and lively at the same time. Where once the heart of American heavy industry struck. Until you had to witness from the end of the 70s their decline.
"I dream of an opportunity to see this beautiful landmark from within." This is how an earlier blog post ends on Michigan Central Station, Detroit's historic train station. The future of this ruin, vacant for three decades, was still uncertain. Now she has a bright future ahead of her. And sometimes dreams actually come true.
Who does not even dream of spending Christmas in New York or really having the corks pop on New Year's Eve in Manhattan? But in addition to these highlights in December, the other winter months in the Big Apple have a lot to offer. Do not be put off by the fresh temperatures in January and February, but discover with me the many small and big surprises that New York has to offer in the winter!
Golden sandy beaches, breathtaking sunsets and sunny little towns - California is like a warm hug that makes it hard to get away from it all.
You are so keen on the US, but still looking for inspiration, what you can experience there everything? I've written down on you the favorite experiences of my past 10 years of USA travel experience, in the hope that there will be something that will inspire you for your own vacation! Whether exciting city trip or unforgettable nature experience, the USA is in its diversity in landscape and cultural terms hard to beat!
For nature lovers and road trip fans, a tour through the national parks of America is certainly on top of the list. Our sponsor Tourisim presents five in the western US.
Suddenly I became pathetic-melancholic on the beach promenade. Where did that come from? My guess: Everything I've ever learned about California came to fruition in that one moment.
Stefan drives Tesla, drinks Californian wine and strolls along the beach with relish. He learns: in one important thing, the Americans are way ahead of us.
A lonely road that pervades the barren hills. The sun burns the grasses to straw. The radio plays Fleetwood Mac and Johnny Cash and old windmills squeak on the roadside. Between Kingman and Seligman in western Arizona, the Route 66 is still primeval.