Its Pilejesty in masonic temple in Iowa capital Des Moines.
Alla’s laptop is being seen by a genius in an Apple ward.
Foshik is stretching its muscles in the fields of Iowa.
Previously railroad and currently bike-pedestrian bridge across the Des Moines river near the city of Madrid.
The seventh week of our expedition began in Montana and ended in Minnesota.
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The fourth week of our journey began in a decent hotel in Phoenix Arizona, where we were cordially invited to by our longtime German friend, Alex.
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Every traveler, who lives in a small car, dreams to wake up in a huge bed in Hyatt in downtown Chicago.
Tanya is exploring the best american downtown.
In Chicago, just like a month ago, it is still warm, beautiful and interesting.
But then it’s not such a hackneyed view of Niagara Falls.
Exceptional in its spectacularity place.
We are seeing the Motor City again, but this time from the shore of the Canadian Windsor.
Border checkpoint between Canada and US in the backyard of the GM complex in Detroit, Michigan.
The morning view from a window of the hotel we stayed at in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
If we are staying in the hotel it means that Tanya is our guest. Or we are hers.
Downtown Toronto after summer downpour.
A swell variety of baked goods in a huge Russian store Yummy Market.
Tanya is visiting us again.
Graffiti festival, Under Pressure, in Montreal, province Quebec.
A native of Odessa, Ukraine, Denys from Toronto, one of the winners in hip-hop dance competition.
Montreal attempted to take Chicago’s first place in our north american city rating chart. We agreed that this is a different weight class – “old city”, in which it is an absolute leader.
We are having difficulties with internet in Canada.
We are driving for two days from Nova Scotia to Quebec.
For the most part the road lies through the forest. Boring drive.
But sometimes it gets very pretty.
Foshik is bleeding oil at auto-clinic in Portland, Maine.
You see, Ruslan really wanted to visit Nova Scotia. 900 miles or 1470 kilometers, next to nothing.
The end of north-american earth: atlantic coast, city of Halifax, province Nova Scotia, Canada.
We liked it in Halifax.
Alla is racing seagulls at the Atlantic Ocean shore.
Defective pixel or perfectionist’s nightmare at the Ballys Casino-Hotel in Atlantic City.
Typical voluntary victim of One Arm Bandit at the Caesars Casino.
To all who asked: we really do earn part of our living off of this blog – for publishing this photo we were given an advance – one huge cheese pizza slice.
At night time service entrances in Atlantic City could be more attractive than some downtown streets.