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One Last European Experience

This article is the twelfth and final part of a series about the Airstream Caravan in Europe. To read additional entries, click the links at the end of this entry. Years later, when I learned the African Caravan was in need of an advance scout, I asked Wally if he would consider me for the position. He did, and I worked from July 1959 to April 1960. Why did I go to Africa? Very simple: to return to Europe and visit those cities I enjoyed in 1956, and to see the part of Europe I missed before I arrived. So simple. Something

Airstream Interstate: Environmental Consciousness

Airstream was founded on a dream to help people get out there and see the world. It’s that same reverence for our environment that inspires our choices to sustain it every day. Airstream Interstate Touring Coaches are made with recycled insulation, tested with recycled water and packed with high-efficiency features. We build our products to last a long time, with the consciousness to help the planet do the same. Listen to Airstream CEO Bob Wheeler talk more about the environmental consciousness built into each and every Interstate. “Since the founding of this company in 1931, Airstream has always taken a

Casual Luxury: A look inside the 2017 Flying Cloud

With its casual residential aesthetic, the Flying Cloud feels like a home away from home, and it’s been one of our most popular travel trailers for decades. Design updates to the 2017 model only serve to reinforce the widespread appeal. In addition to the warm Gold Alchemy décors already available in the Flying Cloud, Airstream now adds a fresh alternative with the Landmark décor selections. The new Landmark aesthetic is available in both Sandpiper and Wild Honey décors, both of which are sure to excite your senses. Inspired by the subtle, wood grains of high-end furniture and the matte-finished leather

The Airstream Invasion

This article is part eleven of a series about the Airstream Caravan in Europe. To read additional entries, click the links at the end of this entry. Oh, my! In Hamburg, Germany, the Reeperbahn lined with restaurants, nightclubs, discotheques, and bars. It may have more notoriety for some of its more unsavory offerings, but the Caravan parked closely enough to explore die sündigste Meile (the most sinful mile), without getting too close. The city is full of history. The Luftwaffe built huge towers to repel Allied bombing missions. These amazing structures were fortified to resist bombing and to protect thousands of people within an impregnable

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