The Great American Road Trip- The End

All good things must come to an end so that better things may come to pass. We finished our road trip with a few wonderful days spent in Charlotte, North Carolina and New York City, New York. We visited family and friends in both cities. While in Charlotte, we visited the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, an amazing place for children and adults alike. We spent a short time at the Stadium, celebrated a birthday and I drove a Corvette! In New York, we visited a friend, spent time at the Brooklyn Bridge Park, saw The Red Balloon at a small independent movie theater, ate a local hot spots in addition to exploring the neighborhood we stayed in.





The Great American Road Trip was a great experience. I look forward to driving on the west coast of the United States when Bean is older. We flew out of New York City some weeks ago and are now in France! We will be here for the next several months. I have so much to tell you about the REAL France that most people don’t to hear. Before I do that though, I would like to share some thoughts about minimalism in relation to my most recent travels. Keep tuned, there is so much more to come!

6 Comments on “The Great American Road Trip- The End

  1. Bienvenues en France!

    I hope you will spend an interesting and productive time in France, especially if you are not in Paris this time – I’m looking forward to hearing about your experiences as Americans abroad. As a child I lived close to the French border and for 25 years have spent summers in Brittany, but as a European I may see things differently, which makes me curious about your points of view.

    Greetings from over the border in Switzerland 😉

    • Thank you so much for your comment. I believe my perspective on things may be a bit different
      than most Americans because I am traveling as a single mom and minimalist. I
      am eager to share! I must find more time.

  2. You are finally back in France! It has been a long time coming. All the best to you. I hope it is everything you have wished for.

    • Thank you Ann. My experiences in France are different every time I come here.
      Believe me, they are not the run of the mill American in Paris stuff everyone
      writes about…more on that later.

  3. France is the place you love so much , I hope you you are doing well there for the time being ! I can’t wait to hear about your experience there. ?

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