There's something so romantic about the idea of camping overnight in an old ghost town. Maybe it's because sleeping under the stars seems kind of Wild West-ish, or maybe it's because deep down inside, you know that seeing a ghost in a ghost town would be kind of awesome...either way, not all ghost towns stay… Continue reading Ghost Town Getaways | USA
Spending the night at a ranch in America gives you the ultimate Wild West feeling! At a ranch you get to know farmer life in America in a unique way. Some ranches know the luxury of a resort, including swimming pool and hot tub. On other ranches you really go back in time and you… Continue reading Stay at a Ranch | The ultimate Wild West feeling
Billboards and flickering billboards greet you. In the distance you can see the modest skyline of Denver, the capital of Colorado. The city lies on the edge of the famous Rocky Mountains. Liquor shops make way for cozy coffee shops. Via East Colfax Avenue you approach LoDo, the center of Denver. The shiny golden dome… Continue reading Denver | 10 Things you should definitely see
For all of Colorado’s striking natural sights, the surreal Great Sand Dunes National Park, a veritable sea of sand bounded by jagged peaks and scrubby plains, is a place of stirring optical illusions where nature’s magic is on full display. The largest sand dunes in North America are located in the Great Sand Dunes National… Continue reading Great Sand Dunes National Park
Arizona has the Grand Canyon, but Colorado has the Black Canyon! Like Grand Canyon National Park, Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park has a North Rim and a South Rim. And just like the famous brother in Arizona, the South Rim of Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park is the most accessible side.… Continue reading Black Canyon of the Gunnison | Colorado
The distances in America are great, but by making a smart one-way from San Francisco to Salt Lake City, you can discover the most diverse landscapes. You will visit the west coast, the dense forests and high waterfalls of Yosemite National Park, the desert-like landscapes of the Southwest and the alpine area around Yellowstone. … Continue reading Peaks, Parks & Volcanoes | Route
With a smart one-way from Seattle to Denver you can see a lot of the American Rockies without too many kilometers. Via North Cascades and Glacier you travel to the volcanic Yellowstone National Park. Then visit the presidents at Mount Rushmore in South Dakota and reach the 'mile high city' of Denver through Rocky Mountains… Continue reading America the Rockies | Route
Do you doubt between the West Coast and the East Coast of the United States? Or do you just want to see the whole country but you don't have budget? Then choose this coast-to-coast train ride! For just 250 dollars across America? Take the train and experience the United States at its best! … Continue reading Budget Travel Tip|Discover America from West to East for only 250 dollars!