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State Route 58 in California

  SR-58 Get started Santa Margarita End barstow Length 241 mi Length 388 km Route Santa Margarita McKittrick Buttonwillow Rosedale Westside Parkway Stockdale Highway Allen Road Calloway Drive Coffee Road Mohawk Street Truxtun Avenue Rosa Parks Highway Chester Avenue Union Avenue Cottonwood Road Mount Vernon Avenue Oswell Street Fairfax Road Weedpatch Highway Edison Comanche Drive… Read More »

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

The Paiute word for Bryce Canyon is loosely translated; “Red rocks standing like men in a key-shaped canyon”. However, this somewhat awkward translation aptly describes the unique rock formations of this magnificent national park, which for the Paiute – who live here as indigenous people – was a place of their legends. According to travelationary,… Read More »

Mendocino County, California

The wild and impetuous Pacific coast of Northern California with the mighty redwood trees excites Central Europeans with great enthusiasm, because here a feeling of vastness, closeness to nature and violence of the mightiest ocean on planet earth really comes into its own. There is much more to see here than just that. Hardly any… Read More »

Montana Information

The northernmost Rocky Mountain state offers an impressive landscape: high mountains with snow-capped peaks, lush valleys and seemingly endless plateaus. These have also given the state its nickname “Big Sky Country” (based on the novel “Big Sky” by Pulitzer Prize winner Alfred Bertram Guthrie Jr). The size and grandeur of the country, as well as… Read More »

Travel to New York City

If the world has a capital, it’s Midtown Manhattan. A lot of things start much earlier and much faster here than anywhere else in the world. This is where ideas are born that shape the world: politically, economically and culturally. As Liza Minnelli sang in the film New York, New York, “If you can make… Read More »

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Arizona

The Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (NRA) covers an area of ​​5,076 km² around Lake Powell in the US states of Utah and Arizona. The region is a recreational area with picturesque views, geological wonders and a vast panorama of human history. The possibilities for activities, adventure and relaxation on the water are almost endless.… Read More »

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

In the past fifteen years, Fort Lauderdale has changed dramatically with new luxury resort hotels such as Florida’s first Ritz Carlton, Hilton Beach Resort, Conrad by Hilton and the Hotel W Fort Lauderdale. Together with many superior small lodgings – cozy inns with less than 50 rooms – the feel-good character is guaranteed. Greater Fort… Read More »

Dallas, Texas

According to itypetravel, Dallas is the largest city in the state of Texas and one of the ten largest cities in the United States. The metropolitan area of ​​Dallas, Fort Worth alone has a population of over 5 million. Dallas was founded in 1841. John Neely Bryan built a house near the Trinity River in… Read More »

Hawaii Highlights

Hawaii is a group of volcanic islands that, with its beautiful beaches and luxury hotels, is best known as a wonderful holiday destination. Although the archipelago consists of hundreds of volcanic islands, only the largest islands are inhabited. Traffic In Hawaii And The Surrounding Area According to deluxesurveillance, Hawaii is the fiftieth state of the… Read More »

American Deep South

A Deep South holiday includes a sultry cocktail of music, good food, history and overwhelming nature. That is the Deep South of the United States. From the cozy and lively bars full of jazz music in New Orleans, the beautiful Mississippi Delta to the cowboys in Texas with their large and sprawling ranches. But also… Read More »

State Route 20 in Florida

  SR-20 Get started Niceville End Bunnell Length 358 mi Length 576 km Route NicevilleFreeport Blountstown Tallahassee perry mayo Branford High Springs alachua Gainesville Hawthorne Interlaching Palatka Bunnell State Route 20 or State Road 20 (SR-20) is a state route in the U.S. state of Florida. The road forms a long east-west route through the… Read More »

Design District in Miami, Florida

Design district in Miami (Miami, USA) — description, history, location, reviews, photos and videos. The Design District is an entire neighborhood filled to capacity with world-famous brand stores, designer showrooms, and art galleries. From the very first minute of your stay here, there will be no doubts – you are in a very stylish place. See… Read More »

Manhattan, New York

Manhattan (New York, USA) — description, history, location, reviews, photos and videos. Stretching along the Hudson River for 21 kilometers, the New York district of Manhattan is the center of attention of any tourist coming to America. It is almost impossible to get lost in Manhattan – all its blocks (avenues) are marked with numbers… Read More »

Education in the USA

According to acronymmonster, the USA is a country of educated people. Ninety-nine percent of the US population is literate (that is, they can at least read and write), more than eighty percent of the country’s adults have completed secondary education, and about thirty percent have higher education (that is, at least a bachelor’s degree). At the same… Read More »

Sacramento and California

Geography California’s geography is very diverse. California has alpine mountains, cloudy coasts, hot deserts, and a fertile central valley. The state of California is home to the tallest (Redwood Coast), massive (Giant Sequoia), and oldest trees in the world (Bristlecone Pine). It is also home to the highest point (Mount Whitney) and the lowest point… Read More »

San Francisco Geography

San Francisco is located on the west coast of the United States, at the tip of the San Francisco Peninsula and includes important stretches of the Pacific Ocean and the San Francisco Bay within its borders. Several islands such as Alcatraz, Treasure Island, the neighboring island of Yerba Buena, and small parts of Alameda Island,… Read More »

Study in San Diego State University (11)

So now it’s up to me to write an experience report, I still remember how I scrolled through the experience report myself to find out what it is like in San Diego. The University: The university is beautiful and the campus is really huge. 30,000 students cavort here and as soon as the first week… Read More »

Study in San Diego State University (10)

After completing my basic studies in economics, I went to SDSU for 2 semesters. With many “Southern California” ideas in mind, organizational questions arose even before the query: Which courses are you taking, WG or Dorm, what can you organize from Germany. You quickly notice that most things can only be clarified on site. So… Read More »

Study in San Diego State University (9)

Preparation When I was planning my stay abroad (together with my girlfriend), MicroEDU helped us a lot. The staff were always very friendly and helpful. Nevertheless, it was quite a stress at the beginning to get all the necessary documents, to make an appointment with the American booth, to first decide on a university,…. MicroEDU… Read More »

Study in San Diego State University (8)

Basically one thing in advance: Life in San Diego is not cheap, it is stress-free and very varied. Application: The application process was pretty easy. MicroEDU requested the documents from the applicants and was always available to answer any questions. MicroEDU then took over the application process for you and forwarded the documents to the… Read More »

Study in San Diego State University (7)

First off, I have to say that I was very happy with MicroEDU. I first found out about a semester abroad from an agency in Berlin and was not at all satisfied with the advice. So I would definitely recommend that you get information from various organizations and thus be able to make a good… Read More »

Study in San Diego State University (6)

Anyone who has always dreamed of studying for a semester in the USA, attending a renowned university, enjoying the summer and sun for six months, experiencing unforgettable adventures, meeting people from all over the world and having the best time of their lives is the should definitely do a semester abroad at San Diego State… Read More »

Study in San Diego State University (5)

About the university The SDSU has an incredibly beautiful campus. Compared to German universities, it is like a small town with everything you need. The dream of American college life can definitely be realized. I was particularly looking forward to the numerous sporting events of the university team (SDSU Aztecs) in advance and was by… Read More »

Study in San Diego State University (4)

Dear SDSU interested parties, The following field report is intended to give all SDSU interested parties a rough overview of the college, the course content and, above all, life in California. Like you probably too, I read a lot of different experience reports in the preparation time for my semester abroad in order to plan… Read More »

Study in San Diego State University (3)

I have just finished my “finals” and want to take the opportunity to report on my experiences here in San Diego and of course at San Diego State University as soon as possible. First of all, I arrived here at the beginning of August, which is ideal if you want to take a little vacation… Read More »

Study in San Diego State University (2)

My semester abroad in the USA From August to December 2012 I completed a semester abroad at the San Diego State University in California / USA. My semester abroad in the USA was supervised by MicroEDU in Germany and by the American Language Institute (ALI) of the San Diego State University in San Diego. I… Read More »