European Vacation

Best of Europe

Written by Becky

I think the first time you ever travel to Europe the experience has no choice but to be dreamy. Now that I’ve told you all about our travels around Europe to ParisBeauneVeniceLucca and Rome, I really would love to hear about of your first adventure in Europe, if you’ve had the chance to go!   Ever since our trip we’ve been trying to implement some of the lifestyle we enjoyed so much about Europe into our daily lives which means…

longer walks without any particular destination
cappuccino dates
time together in the mornings to read scripture or pray
longer meals, preferably outside with wine
afternoon naps
reading in the evenings

This is my final Friday Travel Post and I’m leaving you with some photos that we took along the way (I got a little over zealous editing). Hope you enjoy. And don’t forget to leave a note with a story or two from your travels if you get a chance!

European Vacation

European Vacation

European Vacation

European Vacation

European Vacation

European Vacation

European Vacation

European Vacation

European Vacation

Comments (5)

  1. I haven’t gone yet but I’m going to England March of next year. I am so EXCITED!!!! I am treating myself for my 40th birthday. I will do it for myself.

  2. My first trip abroad wasn’t a vacation, we had the fortunate opportunity to live in Munich, Germany for 3 1/2 years. My dad was in the army. The food, the smells,the colors, the “oldness” of it, the street food, the markets, the music, the shopping, did I say “the food” –and the fact that my mother was born and raised in Germany has influenced me every day of my life. Just found your blog –love it.

  3. I had the wonderful opportunity to study abroad in Barcelona, Spain for the whole academic year of 2011-2012 and I am now heading back this coming fall to teach English part-time and continue exploring my interests. Living and traveling in Europe two years ago was a dream – both one I lived in each day and had dreamt about since I was a little girl.

    Food anywhere when you travel is amazing and one of the ways to really get a feel for the culture and it was not more true then my stay in Spain. I spent many days and created many memories sitting in the kitchen with my host mother or going to the Spanish mercado with her. I wrote about it in a blog post for an internship last summer if it’s of interest to you :)

    https://heirloommeals.com/blog/spanish-food

    I really am enjoying your blog, especially the travel section!

    • Rebecca, Thanks so much for stopping by the blog! I agree that food is an incredible way to ebrace and learn about a new culture! I also spent a summer in Spain during college. I was in Grenada. I hope you got to travel there – it’s a very intriguing city as it still has a lot of Moorish influence. Hope to hear more from you! And thanks for the link to your blog!

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