R66 third step

We change our path and go and visit Las Vegas for a couple of days (also to spend an evening with our cousin Ivano and his lovely family). We stay in the Trump Tower a few steps from the strip because it has a kitchenette, … ContinuaR66 third step

R66 second step

From Adrian (TX) we move obviously west and arrive in Albuquerque (NM) a large town in the state of New Mexico, a few kilometers from another beautiful and famous city, Santa Fè. We stopped there for three nights to be able to walk around it … ContinuaR66 second step

R66 first step

We leave Chicago passing through the intersection of Adams St and Michigan Ave from where the Route officially starts and we head towards Springfield (IL), the city where Abraham Lincoln began his political adventure that led him to the office of President of the United … ContinuaR66 first step

Route 66

The choice to make this US crossing trip stems from an old dream, from the reading of Kerouac’s “On the Road” or by Steinbeck’s book from which the movie “The Grapes of Wrath” and last but not least from the amusing adventures of Sir tow … ContinuaRoute 66

R66 California’s Park

We leave Las Vegas and head towards Bakersfield where we rest before entering Yosemite Park where we stop for three nights in a cottage in El Portal at the beginning of the valley that leads to the major attractions of the park itself. We visit … ContinuaR66 California’s Park

R66-last step

We leave Fresno and head towards Los Angeles, instead of taking the last miles of the 66, that passes through the streets of the city and decide to go towards the Pacific, reaching the beautiful town of Ventura where we stop to sleep. The next … ContinuaR66-last step

Seattle

The largest and most populous city in the state of Washington, a stop before returning home, a must visit to the Space Needle with a 360 ° view over the city, a visit to the museum which presented an exhibition on the special effects of … ContinuaSeattle

Valdez

Left Fairbanks we headed to the city of Valdez, notorious for the environmental disaster caused by the 1989 Exxon Valdez shipwreck that spilled 48,000 cubic meters of crude oil into the sea into Prince William Sound. From the port of Valdez we went out for … ContinuaValdez

The Denali Nat. Park

Denali is one of the major nature parks in Alaska, it is highly recommended to visit it by bus (owned by the park or of related companies) because access by cars is regulated with strict surveillance measures and limited by unpaved roads. The other method … ContinuaThe Denali Nat. Park

mount rushmore

A mandatory stop at the famous national monument dedicated to the four American presidents: Washington, Jefferson, Roosvelt and Lincoln. Gigantic-sized sculpture work made thanks also to a stonemason of Italian origins. A lot of photos with the presidents behind and then off to Buffalo and … Continuamount rushmore

Rome-Cheyenne

British airways flight from Rome to Denver, rented a car and then drive up to Cheyenne in Wyoming.

Yellowstone e Alaska 2015

Photos Rome-Cheyenne – Mount Rushmore – Buffalo – Yellowstone Park – Denali Park  – Valdez – Seattle A trip done for review some magical places such as Yellowstone Park, the city of Seattle and the state of Alaska. BA flight to Denver, rented car and … ContinuaYellowstone e Alaska 2015

buffalo city

A tipical american city inspired by the epic of the Far West, with references to horses, cow boys and gunslingers that you can find at every corner. Needless to say, the main protagonist is William Cody aka Buffalo Bill, His spirit spreads everywhere.

The Yellowstone Park

We have dedicated three days (absolutely few) to Yellowstone park, one of the places where nature is within everyone’s reach, Hikers, Bikers, Disabled, Experts, Beginners, Adventurists and simple travelers. The flora and fauna are a living spectacle, the supervolcano gives news of its presence at … ContinuaThe Yellowstone Park

Zion Park and Bryce Canyon

going through the white and red spiers of Bryce Canyon and between the steep walls of Zion is an absolute must.

San Francisco

Frisco, its rising and falling streets, its cable car, its Golden Gate, its Bay, the Castro district, Harvey Milk, Sausalito, Lombard Street, the bums, the crab sandwich, the pier 39, its Sea lions lying on the floating piers, all things that make San Francisco, San … ContinuaSan Francisco

Los Angeles

We leave from LA for make a tour of California’s Nat. Parks, visit Las Vegas and slowly arrive in Frisco. A city tour for watch Beverly Hills, Santa Monica and Baywatch, the Kodak Theatre, the boulevard and why not the Universal Studios. a surprise discover … ContinuaLos Angeles

Monument Valley

The scenery of the best and unforgettable western movies, wandering between pinnacles and rocks smoothed by wind. A little sand storm has taken us quickly to te exit.

Las Vegas

Que viva Las Vegas! two days spent walking along the strip hopping on and off between Casinos and luxury hotels, breathing the air of a city where never sleep, enjoying and spending a lot of money Hard Rock Hotel for sleep between guitars, drums and … ContinuaLas Vegas