May 10, 2012
In this post I have attached 3 photos of tourist sites that I will see while in France. Please let me know if you have any other suggestions of sights I should see!
One of the cities that I will be visiting on my European vacation this summer is Paris, France. Although I will not be joined by my boyfriend. I hope that we will be able to communicate through email or Skype. For those of you who travel and do not know about Skype, I strongly suggest that you create an account next time before you leave on vacation. It is a free video chat program that allows you to connect with anyone around the world as long as you are connected to the internet. You can use Skype on your computer, phone, or smart-pad. It is an application that allows you to keep in touch with people around the world for free! When spending anytime away from your loved ones, I definitely think that Skype is worth having.
One of the ways in which I get ideas about where I want to visit is through reading various blogs, books, stories, and articles. While there are trusted sites that I tend to visit each and every time I am planning a vacation. I found the following narrative very helpful when planning my most recent vacation: Antique Hunting in France: Art of the Brocante. This essay provides helpful tips for antique hunting in France which is one of both my and my mothers favorite things. I think that essays provide useful tips, whether it is for travel or for any other advice you are looking for.
Here is another travel blog for those of you who want additional tips on traveling: Everything Everywhere: Around The World Travel Blog
As a young girl, I have always been interested in the idea of traveling. I wanted to follow in my mother's footsteps and go into the field of international marketing. While at such a young age, those things are hard to happen so I had to take advantage of any and every summer program that I could enroll in. Starting at a sleep away camp, then spending a summer at a college, and finally spending a summer in China, I have always been interested in the idea of traveling. It never mattered how far away from home.
I think that one of the ways in which you can gain the greatest understanding of other people is through interviewing them. And if you aim your questions at a certain subject you might get some information that is helpful in the long run. I tried to ask my mom about trips that she went on and trips she wishes she went on, as I know that she has a lot of insight into traveling. Through interviewing friends and family, you can learn the ins-and-outs of where you are going and what you need to plan before you go.