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Travel Memories – LegacyChat

What is your favorite travel moment?

These are the prompts for writing your story about your travel memories.

Q1. Have you ever traveled out of the country? Where did you go? #travel #legacychat
Q2. Have you ever traveled out of your state? Where did you go? #travel #legacychat
Q3. Do you have a favorite trip? #travel #legacychat
Q4. Where did you go? #travel #legacychat
Q5. When did you go on your #favoritetrip? #travel #legacychat
Q6. Who was with you on your #favoritetrip? #travel #legacychat
Q7. Why is it your favorite trip? #travel #legacychat
Q8. How did your #favoritetrip make you feel? How do you #feel now about it? #travel #legacychat
Q9. What do you want people to remember about it? #travel #legacychat

 

Feel free to leave your answers to the questions in the comments or keep them to yourself 🙂

Live Tweet Chat starts @ 10am EST every Tuesday. You can follow along and participate here. #legacychat is on Facebook too. You can find all the questions on the Facebook Page.

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A Note from the Legacy Lady

Travel was and is a huge part of my family’s story. Starting from a young age I was fortunate to be classified as a world traveler with frequent trips to Europe. My dad was originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland and my parents wanted my brother and me to have a relationship with his family. To that end, they put a priority on traveling there every other year as often as they could.

In addition, we took other really cool trips that included traveling to backpack and hike. I’m very grateful to have had those experiences. It instilled in me the desire to travel and explore. My hope is that I will be able to instill the same wanderlust in my children. All three are world travelers and have been overseas multiple times.

Raphael Andres Stockholm

Photo by Raphael Andres on Unsplash

Last summer, we had the chance to go to Sweden and spend time with extended family. For ten days, we wandered around Stockholm with three kids under 12 and had a blast. I can’t wait to take them back. Stockholm is one of my favorite cities. Not only for the architecture, amazing underground art but mostly for the people. I love the culture and the genuine desire to connect with your neighbor. Every part of their society underlines the importance of human interaction while still capitalizing on technology and e-commerce. It’s pretty incredible. If you ever have the chance, I highly recommend a visit to Stockholm.

Happy Writing,
Gael, The Legacy Lady

 

Using Infinite Humanity to start #writing my story about my favorite #travel moment

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