Annnnnd she's back. I think in the past I've never made it beyond the first week of the #blogtemberchallenge, so let's all have a moment of silence to honor this new achievement.
Today's prompt actually had me considering all the places I've been blessed enough to visit, already. Our "been there" list isn't nearly as long as some other people's, but living in Europe does come with its perks, one of which is TRAINS THAT WILL TAKE YOU TO BEAUTIFUL DESTINATIONS IN A FAIR AMOUNT OF TIME.
Blogtember Day 9: If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be? Why?
There are so many places my husband and I would like to visit (or to re-visit!), so I've asked him to chime in on this post. We're more of city-dwellers than countryside, hiking trail, mountain-climbing, or even beach people, but we like to keep our options open, too. We also have to consider our young kids, so that kind of narrows the choices down in some cases.
We both love to get around, so I've made a short list of some of the places on our Travel Bucket List...
- Rome, Italy
- Nice, France
- Sydney, Australia
- New York, NY, USA
- London, England, UK
- Paris, France (again)
... but when I checked in with my husband and asked him where the one place is that he'd like to visit right now, he (not surprisingly) chose the same city that I had in mind, which is Athens, Greece.
My husband says he wants to visit "because of all of the mathematicians, philosophers, artists, and biblical history there. It's a beautiful city and the location is incredible," and YES, YES, YES, he said it all, so I'll leave it at that. Just look! ⤵︎
So, how about you? If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be and why? (I can very highly recommend Vienna, Austria!)