Halloween.. πŸŽƒ

We hope you all enjoyed a Happy Halloween!Β πŸ‘»πŸ’€ What a celebration in the US compared to Europe. People decorate their houses extraordinarily, carve pumpkins artistically.. we've never seen something like that - amazing. And children trick or treat heavily of course. Here are some awesome examples for our Swiss friends to admire.. and take some... Continue Reading →

Washington DC – the capitol city

A completly different city to all other cities in the USA. It's like wandering through Rome in Italy. At least when you walk the touristy side of Washington DC as we did. So much history and pride.. the capital of the United States. The historical and politically interesting area is actually one big green field... Continue Reading →

Flashback on New York City

From Cape Cod, Massachusetts we drove a long way with a overnight stop down to Washington DC. We curved around New York City, as it's probably not advisable to go into the city with a trailer. The interstates are just huge around NYC. We drove on one with 9 lanes in one direction! So 18... Continue Reading →

Whale Watching

When we visited Boston in 2017, we also did a whale watching boat tour in Cape Cod. As we loved seeing these huge animals, we thought we do a little flashback on them and show you the whales of Cape Cod: We had quite a rough sea and spectacular weather conditions.. great fun: First signs... Continue Reading →

Cape Cod

From Maine we drove through Boston directly to Cape Cod, Massachusetts and stayed some time with friends from us, who we originally know from Switzerland and which live in both places, Switzerland and Cape Cod USA. Not a bad choice though πŸ˜‰ In Cape Cod we first visited Provincetown. A fun little town, with beautiful... Continue Reading →

Flashback on Boston, MA

We were visiting Boston in early 2017. This is why we drove around the city this time (big cities are always tricky with an RV). For your benefit, see here some pictures of our Boston trip: Teuscher in Boston? That was fun to see.. By looking at these pictures.. we probably should have gone to... Continue Reading →

Portland, Maine

In the South of Maine you'll find the cool city of Portland, which is the most populous city in the state of Maine and sits on the peninsula of Casco Bay. It's heavily dependent on tourism (we saw the same cruise ship as in Bar Harbor πŸ˜‚) and the port of Portland is the largest... Continue Reading →

Bar Harbor & Acadia National Park, Maine

We drove further to the most northeastern point on our trip, to Bar Harbor in Maine,Β which sits on an island (Mt Desert Island). An elegant old fisher's village, with neat shops, restaurants and of course.. lobster. Huge cruise ships are stopping here and tons of international and European tourists are streaming through the little town... Continue Reading →

Maine – the Lobster State

We travelled further to the most north-eastern point on our trip, the state of Maine. We don't know why, but we were always fond of Maine and therefore very interested to see it. With Sarah 's weather luck in early fall it was of course cold and foggy πŸ™ˆ. But still wonderfully raw and beautiful.... Continue Reading →

From Upstate New York to New Hampshire

From the Niagara Falls we drove the sometimes "swampy" area along Lake Ontario to Henderson Island, NY: We, or actually Dominik (Sarah cleaned the RV in the meantime) enjoyed a wonderful hike in the Robert Wehle State Park, NY (Snakefoot Trail): After that we drove further west through New York State. We came by lots... Continue Reading →

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