Thursday, May 9, 2013

5 trips I want to take in the foreseeable future

I've traveled an adequate amount in my lifetime. I've been to Las Vegas multiple times (although never while being 21), road tripped it to Comic Con one summer, and I've practically been all over Texas. But there a few trips that I've always wanted to take:

Mediterranean Cruise

Vineyards in Italy, ancient ruins of Athens, the coasts of Spain, and so much more. So, why just pick one when they are already conveniently connected by water? (Hint, you wouldn't) This trip would obviously be a bit lengthy. It looks so beautiful, the food would be a-mah-zing, and this would be the one trip that I would get into the historical aspect. I have always been fascinated with ancient Greece and the Roman empire, and I would love to see the ruins and artifacts first-hand.

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

I really don't care for Florida as a whole, but they apparently know how to do amusement parks. And yes, I do want to go to Disney World and all of Universal Studios. But, this is different. I can't even explain how much I would love to go and just full-on nerd out. In preparation for this trip, I would wear my Ravenclaw Quidditch shirt and have the movies playing on a loop for a whole two weeks prior to my departure. I will wait to go to this amazing mecca until at least 2014 though for when they open up Diagon Alley.

New York City

I blame all of the television I watch for wanting to go here. Friends, HIMYM, 30 Rock, Castle, Heroes, Archer, and of course Mad Men. Such a great city for television. Pretty sure I would create my own personal walking tour of all the hotspots within each show. I might run into the problem of most of those places being fictional. I'll improvise.


I don't know why I want to go to Seattle actually. It's just one of those cities that I feel like I need to go to. Maybe it's the coffee. Or the rain. Or the abundance of seafood. Knowing myself, it's probably the factor that deals with food. Also, I really think that my cardigans and scarves would really correlate with the climate there. That's a big plus for me.

South by Southwest

I love going to Austin. Every time I've visited, I've always had a blast. Food trucks are my spirit animal and I wish I could be around them on a daily basis. But do you know what would make a visit there even better? A week full of awesome concerts, that's what. The only thing that I would not like about this trip is that it would be crazy-packed with people. Because I just love being around tons and tons of people. Lies, I don't.

Happy travels,

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