A Europe State of Mind 

A Bookish Charm

It has now been over a month since I returned from the trip of a lifetime: a two-and-a-half week journey through Europe with my family. When I call it the “trip of a lifetime”, I mean it! Sure, I had to punch my snoring relatives in the middle of the night once in a while, my suitcase was a pain to shut as my souvenirs accumulated, and I fear I spent my college fund on macarons and ice cream, but these are the little jests that life throws at adventurers and since every day I find myself thinking about our trip, I figured it was time for a post to summarize the top ten things I learned in Europe:

1. Everything sounds better in an accent…unless it’s German.

When I first stepped onto our British Airways flight and was called “dearie” and “love” by our oh-so-English flight attendants, I just…

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