City of White, Georgia? Why would someone inlcude this spot on a road trip through the Smokey Mountains? It is not even close to the mountain area! 😉 There is a reason and it is called Old Car City! Old Car City in White (close … Continue readingSmokey mountains road trip – day 2
Once again I was able to extend a business trip for a couple days to enjoy a road trip around the Smokey Mountains. Starting point was Nashville. The roadtrip was planned with taking photos of waterfalls, enjoying the scenic drives and not taking Interstate routes … Continue readingSmokey mountains road trip – day 1
The culture of San Francisco is major and different in terms of arts, music, cuisine, festivals, museums, and architecture but also is influenced heavily by Mexican culture due to its large Hispanic population, and its history as part of Spanish America and Mexico. The aerial photos … Continue readingSan Francisco
NYC, with more than 8 million residents and over 65 million visitors per year, is truly a city, that never sleeps!
Back to the starting point in Las Vegas and still some highlights to come – a visit at the Las Vegas Racetrack and watching an USAF Red Flag Exercixe at Ellis AFB. Last highlight of the 10 day Big Circle roadtrip – I “killed” Elvis!
Death Valley National Park, 100 feet below sea level and much of a place to live in. But it boosts with scenic drives and hidden gems like waterfalls or the worldwide known and famous area of the Racetrack. Racetrack Playa is home to one of … Continue readingthe big Circle – Day8
On the way to back to Las Vegas we did not spent much time at Zion National Park and I had to drop off Martin S. at the hotel in Las Vegas – sadly his business meetings started 2 days earlier than mine. I continued … Continue readingthe Big Circle – Day 7
Bryce Canon was our destination for day 6 of the big circle road trip. A long but scenic drive and be adviced if you see signs that warn you about roads may not be accessible during winter month! Even if there is no snow when … Continue readingthe big circle – day 6
Leaving Monument Valley just after sunset we drove further north through Utah to the city of Moab, well known for it´s Arches National park.
Crossing the border from Arizona to Utah travellers come along the beautiful scenery of Monument Valley. It is not only best known for it´s many John Wayne movies but for a famous scene out of the movie Forest Gump as well – he stops jogging … Continue readingthe big circle – day 4