Category Archives: Travel
There is a city in the southern United States that has this uncanny ability to make everyone in it happy. It’s the city where everyone smiles—and not in a retarded “I got hit by a brick and now I can’t … Continue reading
Back in the 1990ies there was a TV-show on CBS, called “Northern Exposure.” Although filmed almost entirely in Washington state, in a small town called Roslyn (if you’ve seen the show, you might remember a mural saying, “Roslyn’s Café,” which … Continue reading
Last week during our trip to Alaska, my wife and I took a flightseeing tour to the Denali National Park and Preserve, to the vicinity of the highest peak in North America, Mt. McKinley (with a summit elevation of 20,310 … Continue reading
She lives in the Sunset. It’s a neighborhood in west San Francisco, six-seven miles from the downtown area. BART, the Bay Area’s rapid transit system, as it’s called, doesn’t go there. Some buses probably do, but it’s a massive hassle … Continue reading
In southern Nevada, behind the mountains and in the vast desert lay one of the most secretive—and famous—military bases in the world. Officially it’s called Homey Airport and Groom lake, but the rest of the world knows it as Area … Continue reading
Before I traveled to the nation’s capital, I was kind of skeptical. I mean, I wanted to go and see the city I thus far had seen only on TV, but I also had the impression of a dry government … Continue reading
New York, 18-22 May 2013. Chicago photos coming soon.