No. 1 - Boston, Mass.
Autumn is my favorite season.
And when I think of Autumn, I think of the beautiful outdoors of Boston during this season.
I wish there was a place of permanent Autumn..I'd never move.
And I know this city has so much more to offer than just a beautiful Autumn scene.
No. 2 - Austin, Texas.
6th street. Lake Travis. The State Capitol.
Awesome places to eat. Great things to see. Weird people to meet.
What's not to love about Austin.
No. 3 - Washington D.C.
During an election year.
But I'd def. wanna be apart of it.
No. 4 - Jamaica.
I love Jamaica.
While I was there for our honeymoon, I loved being the towns, almost as much as I loved being on the beach.
The way of life fascinates me.
I'd love to experience simplicity HERE. And teach.
No. 5 - Frankenmuth, Michigan.
They really appreciate Christmas!
And I don't know much about my German background. But I do think this place could put me in touch with my heritage. :)
No. 6 - San Francisco, CA.
I love architecture.
I think it's something I wish I would've pursued in school...if I have the drive.
And this place the best of it, by far.
I want to live in one of these adorable homes...not a hotel for just a visit.
No. 7 - Italy
And amazing food.
That I could spend a year soaking up.
No. 8 - Somewhere in Washington State.
Reading the Twilight Saga over and over, taking it all in on a deeper level...in the setting of the books.
That would be me quite happy.
No. 9 - Durham, North Carolina.
I didn't have the typical college experience so, living where you can witness the college life and feel the college spirit would be enough.
Oh, and an opportunity to attend would be an added bonus.
Plus, Duke has awesome architecture.
(College Station, home of A&M University, would be a more reasonable alternative.)
No. 10 - New York City
(or a place close enough that I could travel in and around the city easily)
So awesome things happen in New York.
A year of Broadway shows. Macy's Thanksgiving Parade. New Year's Ball Drop.
I would need a full year to appreciate what this city has to offer.
Ten years of my life would be well worth the experiences.
Of course, to make the experience better (and more unrealistic), I'd like to have a fat bank account and no job to really enjoy and take advantage of every opportunity these places have to offer me.
Yeah, keep dreaming, Lynzi!
Where would you like to spend a year?