Hello Indianapolis!

Two Aussies on a road trip across the heartland of America from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Chicago, Illinois. After departing Cincinnati in Ohio we headed for Indianapolis, Indiana a city I knew very little about apart from the Indy 500 car race. What a cool city it turned out to be with impressive and scenic sights to take in, many…

Hello Cincinnati!

Brad my friend from Australia and I recently undertook a road trip across the heartland of America from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Chicago, Illinois. Moving on from Columbus we headed for Cincinnati, Ohio. Welcome to Part 4 of a series of photos of that journey showing cityscapes, famous places and some Man vs. Food meals along the way (score update Man: 4 Food: 1)!…

Hello Columbus!

Brad my friend from Australia and I recently undertook a road trip across the heartland of America from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Chicago, Illinois. Moving on from Pittsburgh we headed to Columbus, Ohio. This is Part 3 of a series of photos of that journey showing cityscapes, famous places and some Man vs. Food meals along the way (score update Man: 3 Food: 1)!…

Hello Pittsburgh!

Brad my friend from Australia and I recently undertook a road trip across the heartland of America from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Chicago, Illinois. From Philly we moved onto Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (a long drive). This blog is Part 2 of a series of photos of that journey showing cityscapes, famous places and some Man vs. Food meals and in this case Man vs….

Hello Philly!

My friend Brad from Australia and I recently undertook a road trip across the heartland of America from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Chicago, Illinois. Starting with Philadelphia, Pennsylvania this is Part 1 of a series of photos of that journey showing cityscapes, famous places and some Man vs. Food meals along the way  (in this case it is a Philadelphia Cheese…

1865: The Death of Lincoln

Our Location: Ford’s Theatre, Washington DC April 14th, 1865. The stage is set for a performance of the play Our American Cousin with the prestigious company of the President of the United States in the audience. Our Hero: Abraham Lincoln, 56 years old and the 16th President of the United States of America. He had just led his…

Washington DC – The Memorials

Along and near the National Mall in Washington DC are some of the nations most significant memorials and monuments. They stand in silent tribute to former leaders, significant people and the soldiers who lived and died for liberty and freedom.

Elfreth’s Alley – Old Philadelphia

Elfreth’s Alley known as “Our nation’s oldest residential street” has been a home to the citizens of Philadelphia since 1702. Today there are 32 houses along the alleyway that were built between 1728 – 1836. These houses form one of the last intact early American streetscapes and are a National Historic Landmark, yet by the turn of the early 20th century it…