On any journey you can always expect the unexpected. You might be traveling down old Route 66 in Arizona, the fishing shores in Nova Scotia, or a Caravan highlighting a series of cultural, historical or breathtaking natural landscapes.
The 1956 Airstream Wally Byam European Caravan covered encyclopedic experiences from A to Z and beyond. Your eyes widen as you walk under the Eiffel Tower, strolling through the Vatican, enjoying a beer at the Hofbräuhaus in München, swimming on the French Riviera, or going to the opera in Vienna.
Then you have an unexpected luncheon with a very famous and special person. The owner of a small café, the world renown composer and zither player Anton Karas. Best known for his Third Man Theme from the movie, The Third Man.
Airstreaming is and always will be the journey.
Enjoying those wonderful unexpected memories. The destination, likewise is important, to realize why you began your quest in the first place.
You arrive in the mountains set up your site next to a cool stream, wind gently whispering through the trees, you assemble your fishing gear, lure several trout, grilled trout for dinner, then enjoying the dying embers in your campfire, and then retiring to youe Airstream with a cool breeze comfortably circulating during the night while you sleep.
An Airstream gives you freedom to enjoy, relax, make friends, travel, and have fond memories from your journey.