At 18, as soon as I got my driver's license and my own 2CV car, I embarked on a tour up to Denmark, returning via northern Germany, proceeding through the Netherlands and France, and across the channel to England. Late in the evening, during the crossing, I asked an English guy if I was likely to make it to Cambridge before midnight (but the place I meant was Canterbury - I am terrible with names). He doubted it. However, that day I spent my first night in Canterbury, not realising that I was going to return to the place soon to spend 3 wonderful years there, only to move on to Cambridge where I would stay à la Henry James (another delightful year) In England To Be Happy - actually that's the English translation of the title of the German translation, the original's title is "English Hours".
A bit youthful, i.e. based on notions of "cool" not all identical with those of a person of over 50, the first video clip is still nice to watch. I wonder, which parts of Nebraska does it record?
And this video is quite simply endearing and a bit touching: