|Eiffel Tower :)|
|Arc de Triomphe|
|Eiffel Tower at Night|
It seemed kind of surreal that I was able to see all of these major sites, almost as if it was only a dream. I don't know if I'm the only one who feels this way sometimes, but there was just something about knowing how small the probability was for me to do something like this, and yet I actually got to experience it. I was able to go to the places my mom was able to visit when she was young, and they all left me in awe.
I also love how I was able to connect these places with some of the books I've read, especially the book A Year in Europe which I put in my March Favorites. It felt like reliving the moments characters had when they found true love and decided to be themselves. Imagining some of my favorite scenes at all these attractions helped me to visualize those corny yet romantic ideals, like seeing it in a movie.
Although this trip didn't end like all of those love stories or the Lizzie McGuire movie (haha I wish), I fell in love with something even better...traveling. I definitely had a lot of fun hanging out with some of my best friends and being able to explore a new country with them.
The next place I want to visit is England. Where do you want to travel to some day? Comment your answers down below, and maybe someday we'll be able to live that dream together! xx
Thanks for reading. Until the next post. Never forget to be you :)