I LOVE Vermont. It’s green and people have many bumper stickers (the good ones). Everywhere in VT feels like Scandinavia meets the USA, both through the culture and the way people behave. It’s so relaxing to visit a place where most locals seem to embrace open-mindedness and sustainable lifestyles. Plus the beer is the best in the country. There’s so much to do in Vermont and not enough space to talk about it all in one article, but here are our favorite things to do that we covered in two long weekends. Continue reading “6 Awesome Things To Do in Vermont”
Visiting New Orleans is very simple: everything great is located outside of Bourbon St… and everything outside of Bourbon St is great. Here are all the things that make this city the most fascinating place in the United States.
Continue reading “Everything That Makes New Orleans the Best City in America”
Hey, it’s me again judging American cities and making outrageous stereotypes after a 6-hour visit in Downtown Denver. Continue reading “Denver, the Most Different City”
Detroit is the city of the future. Henri and I stayed one week at an urban farm in North End where we had the chance to experience what’s great about Motor City today. Continue reading “Detroit, B Side – How I fell in love with Motor City”
The Ringling is a huge building complex that was originally built in 1927 for John Ringling, the owner of a circus empire who was also an avid art collector. But the art lover/entrepreneur, who actually made more money through real estate investment, saw his empire fail after the Great Depression. His art collection and legacy were eventually donated to the University of Florida. Continue reading “Slow Life in Florida – The Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota”