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All The Way Through Europe

This article is part eight of a series about the Airstream Caravan in Europe. To read additional entries, click the links at the end of this entry. Many times, I have talked about Wally Byam the gadgeteer. BMW’s factory is in Munich. Wally became entranced with the BMW Isetta, a small, Italian-designed microcar that looks like a small metal bubble with windows. Wally bought one, and designated me as the driver for the duration of the Caravan and as the long haul driver from Brooklyn to Los Angeles. Wally had made the arrangements for a carnet for the Isetta.  With documentation

One, Two, Down the Hatch

This article is part seven of a series about the Airstream Caravan in Europe. To read additional entries, click the links at the end of this entry. If Paris was Wally’s favorite European city, mine is Innsbruck, Austria. Innsbruck’s antique downtown looks directly into the snowcapped peaks of the Karwendel Alps with the wonderful Seegrube or Mutteralm. The Austrian Tyrol is highlighted with their slap dancing, lederhosen, singing, and yodeling. Weiner Schnitzel is by far my number one favorite meal in Austria, and then, of course, there is the great beer. There is just something about the people that makes


Land Yacht Special Edition

Saying Arrivederci to the Land Yacht: Now a special limited edition Created in collaboration with famed studio Officina Italiana Design, the Land Yacht is quite simply the most elaborately luxurious Airstream Travel Trailer ever conceived. Now available only as a special limited edition, the very last brand new Land Yacht will roll out of our production facilities in summer 2016. Over the last last 50 years, the Land Yacht has been our most exclusive travel trailer. And now, just over a dozen new units remain for sale. The ultimate in luxury travel on land The Land Yacht was originally conceived


An Early Morning Excursion

This article is part six of a series about the Airstream Caravan in Europe. To read additional entries, click the links at the end of this entry. Awakening for the first time in Europe, there is an overwhelming effect in seeing the snow-buried Alps after leaving the brown, scorched hills in the San Joaquin Valley. The campsite was green and covered with Airstreams. I suppose it shouldn’t be a surprise in June to cross from Switzerland to Austria over the Arlberg Pass and encounter a blinding snowstorm. We did. Wally stood out in the cold with his beret on, in

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