New York is the childhood dream of any traveler. Only the thought of crossing the ocean and getting to the world’s most famous and busy city cheered me up terribly. As soon as I got there, I switched to another dimension: where everything was immense. I felt like Alice in the Wonderland. And I started so…
We continued our journey until the Niagara River spilled into Lake Ontario. In that point, there is a simple, old and charming fortress: Old Fort Niagara. It dates back to the days when the great empires fought for controlling North America. The buildings date from the 18th century and now are used as exhibition spaces.
Niagara Waterfall, a bridge between United States of America and Canada, is one of the most impressive cascades in the world. Just imagine 2,8 millions of liters per second falling from 50 meters!
One of the most representative buildings in the United States, The Capitol was my first stop in Washington. I made a booking with a month in advance just to be sure that one of my best friends, doing an internship there, could be my guiding tour. So I knew my visit would be special!