Hi, my name is Micah and I have a problem. I’m a travelholic.
I totally admit it, I’m addicted to traveling. And with this trip, it only begins! I am ready to get back out there and see more, learn more, do more.
It’s really interesting how my tastes have evolved in time. Although I do not collect comic books, baseball cards, etc like I constantly did when I was a kid, I can definitely appreciate them on another level. I love playing video games, defeating the next Final Fantasy series when I’m able, but I don’t do that as much. It’s just not one of my daily routines like it was back in high school. However, I still love playing when I can, enjoying the moments I am able to spend with games.
In a similar view, I have recently begun traveling a lot, and by recently I mean since the middle of college. I have traveled by car, train and plane to many different areas across the United States since college and plan to do MUCH more in the future. But, I am now absolutely ready to get out beyond the US to the other parts of the world. And Wuerzburg, Germany is only the beginning!
As you can see in the photo above, I shot this from the old bridge in town of the castle which sits on top of a hill watching over the city of Wuerzburg. It’s absolutely gorgeous to see from the riverside and both with and without snow covering it! Someday I’m sure I will get the privilege to visit during the summer when the flowers are in bloom and the festivals are taking place! Until then..
I only spent a total of 4 days visiting different areas of the city with a couple of others traveling and flying. We certainly didn’t have enough time to do anything and everything, and shamefully I never even really had authentic German food! I should be ashamed.
So, what this does is gives me something to look forward to during my next trip, whenever that shall be. It’s amazing to know how much interest I have in going back to Europe because I feel like I’ve only touched the surface. There are so many different places that would interest me, not really as a history buff but more as a study of humanity. I think the World War II period is fascinating and hope to someday while I’m young spend time around Europe visiting different Nazi concentration camps, Anne Frank’s hideout, and other places which serve similar purposes. There are some gorgeous castles to visit in Germany, Switzerland and around the Alps and I think that in itself would be awe inspiring. I have ancestors in France and I’d love to go to villages where they might have dwelled long ago. I also would be interested to know about other ancestory roots in England and other places as well. So, right now my mind is swelling with eagerness to learn about the world.