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Oh, and give a heads up here when you are on the move. I expect you'll get more invitations than you can handle.
I can give you another place to land in the SE U.S. and have had several visitors over the years. PM me.-Mike- (driving SAABs since 1973 )
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Thanks for all great replys, i really look forward to make a road trip in US! And now i know i have good support from all you Guzzi guys, it means alot.
For many years I worked for Frammatome/AREVA. All the Europeans (French, Germans, Czechs, etc.) who came over here had some opinions in common. At first, they were critical of the US & Americans (mostly from a political perspective). After a few months, most said they wished their home country were more like America.Almost all have said "Americans are much more friendly than Europeans." I have tons of stories about that.If you are not put off by people being friendly and going out of their way to offer advice on where to go and what to see, you will enjoy your trip immensely.I suspect you might be able to live here for a couple years just based on invitations offered......
In my experience are most ordinary people very nice no matter what country. If we judge people after their politicians would all be idiots. I have met the nicest people ever in Russia, Japan, EU and the americans i have met in my work. All have been nice, so i dont think it is what nation a person come from that make them nice or not. One thing is certain and that is that idiots can be found in all nations. Many people in EU and US have same DNA and i think we are very alike in the daily life.
I agree completely. All people are individuals. National characteristics, in my mind are very nebulous concepts. Stereotyping always tells one more about the observer rather than the observed. I was simply conveying some oberserations of my former co-workers.No doubt most were talking about local cultures and their personal experiences, both here and in their home country.
I can thoroughly recommend the USA and Canada, my wife and I spent six months on the road there, cool things to see and nice people everywhere. We have been in 28 states including Alaska, not a bad experience to be had (although I did get some unwanted police attention but it was deserved :laugh)
It is pretty funny when i read jokes, memes etc. on Facebook that is from USA and think**** they have exactly the same **** as we do.
Another suggestion... Try some of the budget airlines to cover a bit more ground. I regularly use Allegiant to fly from Austin TX to Asheville, NC where my Griso is located. From Austin you can also get to Bozeman, MT and back. All flights are direct and cheap ($50-$100 USD one way based on luggage). Frontier is another one. Both have limited schedules but if time isn't an issue you can work that out. You certainly would be welcome to stay with us if you need a few days in Texas (sorry we are not in a small town, however).
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