I just returned home from my second trip to Europe. I visited England, Estonia, Finland, and Iceland over 18 days. I had a lot of fun in all four countries, but I have to say that Estonia was the surprise highlight of the trip.
Tallinn is a very pretty city (see photo above) that’s easy to get around. Plus, my hostel there was more sociable than the other hostels I stayed in, so I met a lot of friendly travelers there.
I’ve now visited Europe twice, and toured ten countries, so I’m going to mark this goal as done.
I went to Europe for the first time this past winter. In July, I’m going back for almost three weeks, and I’m pretty excited. My itinerary will be England, Estonia, Finland, and Iceland. (I think it’s a neat coincidence that I’m visiting those countries in alphabetical order.)
I just finished my first trip to Europe, which lasted 6 weeks and included 7 countries. So I could mark this goal as completed, but I won’t. I think that traveling is a recurring goal, as opposed to a one-time goal, so I’m going to leave this as I’m doing this rather than clicking on the I’m done button.