USA: Our road trip around California, Utah, Arizona, and Nevada. Gran Canyon, Zion National Park, Yosemite, San Francisco and LA – join us on our trip to the land of opportunity.
USA: The Yosemite National Park in California was one of our top highlights we planned for our four weeks road trip around the South West of the United States of America.
The best of LA Pride in West Hollywood 2019. It was finally time for our first Gay Pride Festival in summer 2019. After our winter premiere in January at Whistler Pride in Canada, we’ve successfully attended Los Angeles Pride and its colorful queer parade through West Hollywood along Santa Monica Boulevard. And we have to admit, LA Pride in the South Western part of the USA was one of our best gay pride festivals ever! After attending Harvey Milk’s Castro Street Fair in San Francisco, we were overwhelmed by so much diversity, the amazing summer weather with blue sky and temperatures around 30 degrees Celsius as well as uncountable happy faces of the LGBTQ+ community and its allies marching peacefully side by side.
Our visit at Disney’s Star Wars Land Galaxy’s Edge in Anaheim, California – It became finally reality! The Star Wars Universe arrived on planet earth and we were able to be among the first people (also known as Star Wars Nerds) to visit Disney Star Wars Land names Galaxy’s Edge during our one-month USA travels for Pride month 2019. LGBTQ+ traveler or local member of the community: the Star Wars Saga from a galaxy far, far away can finally become part of their biggest adventure while visiting the Star Wars planet Batuu. We as gay travel bloggers were among the first to explore Batuu and try the first big attraction that opened for the public. Guess what: We were able to pilot the Millenium Falcon on a Smuggler’s run mission bringing Han Solo’s ship back to the station on Batuu. Curious? We hope you enjoy our little USA adventure including video and photos! My the force be with you, of course, through a Couple of Men‘s eyes!
USA: Pete, a bearded ranger at Yosemite Lake Resorts, just outside the West Gate of Yosemite National Park, suggested the most photogenic Ghost Town of the Wild West in California.