U.S.A. East Coast Part III: Key West & Miami Beach, Florida
This view takes me to a Hercule Poirot novel by Agatha Christie. What I liked the most is the fact that Ocean Drive is not right on the beac
U.S.A. East Coast Part II: Richmond, VA & New Orleans, LA
What actually ruined everything for me was witnessing on Decatour Street, a high man playing music with a kitten hanging on his back, strang
USA East Coast Part I: Washington, D.C.
Even though in this much organised city, the buildings are replicas of Hellenistic and Roman architecture, they are magnificent; they say “I
Dallas & Fort Worth, Texas
Fort Worth Stockyards is a proper Texan cowboy town as I pictured in my mind.
Pacific Grove, Carmel, San Francisco Bay Area & Napa Valley
As we were approaching the city, San Francisco first appeared to be a large, busy and crowded city. In fact it is not. It is quite a medium
Santa Barbara, Santa Ynez and the Vineyards
27/12/2012, Thursday, Santa Barbara, CA Last night L. woke up at 3 am with 38.5 degree fever. I was very worried that it was going to...
America's Glittery Desert
Like many cities in the United States, I feel a gap between buildings and people. The hotels and casinos here were inspired by major cities
Born in the U.S.A…
Americans are lucky that their country has so much to offer in terms of variety of climates and natural landscapes. Newport in Rhode Island