My Trip To Paris Essay

2130 Words9 Pages
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only a page.” — St. Augustine Traveling gives us a lot of great memories we can always look back on. Getting out of our comfort zone opens the mind to more ideas and possibilities. And while it gives us a peek into how the rest of the world lives, it also makes us appreciate more what we have back home. For busy people, traveling can help bring back equilibrium when life back home gets too stressful. Traveling with the right partner or group is the key to a perfect holiday. Menchu Katigbak My most unforgettable experience was my trip to Paris in the fall of 2013 when the elevator of my apartment konked out for 10 days and I was on the sixth floor. I was so stressed out from climbing up and down the stairs that I got shingles. Luckily, I caught it in time and the doctor gave me medicine. It was my most miserable trip to Paris; I cut my trip short and dashed home to Manila. In the end, there’s really no place like home. However, Paris still remains my favorite destination. It is my second home. Michaela Madrigal Eduque, student, Fordham Universty Lifestyle Feature -…show more content…
It was a first for our family. We had signed up for 10 days sailing from Rome to Venice and we didn’t really know what to expect. It turned out to be our most unfrgettable travel experience so far. We loved every bit of the trip. The Royal Clipper was nicer than expected. It’s the largest true full-rigged sailing ship in the world today. The itinerary was excellent; starting in Rome, then Ponza, Capri, Taormina, followed by Corfu (Greece), Kotor (Montenegro), Dubrovnic, Hvar, Rovinj (Croatia) and ending in Venice. It was a perfect vacation for all three generations with enough time for family bounding and also for every generation to enjoy their own activities. Entering the Grand Canal in Venice on this majestic sailboat is something one cannot
Open Document