Hello friends! I’m back! :)
Europe was amazing. I do not have enough words to describe it, but I will try. Most of my trip recollection will be on my personal blog, but I do have some book-related updates for this blog. :D
So, allow me to recover my wits and all that because I owe this blog not only a post for my Europe trip, Required Reading for September, a whole lot of reviews among other things. :) I’ll do my best to catch up.
For now, though, I leave you with a little teaser photo:
Can you guess where this photo was taken? :)
It reminds me of the Nativity Church but that can’t be it. Maybe a replica?
Anyway, welcome back!
Thanks! :) Nope, not there. Although this was in front of a church somewhere in Europe. :D
Welcome back to the blogosphere! And of course I already know where the picture was taken since you tagged me on Facebook :P
Thanks! Haha I think everyone who’s read that book would want a picture here given the chance to visit the place. :D
Welcome back Tina! I have no earthly idea where that is, but what a cute little cookie monster! He rivals your cuteness, even! =)
Hee, thanks! My traveling doll has more pictures than I do. Haha. Oh, clue: this is the same place that was used in one of the hit contemporary YA novels last year. :D
Is it the Point Zero marker in France? I just finished Anna and the French Kiss and I think I can make out the “-ranc-” on one side there. :) Glad to hear you had a great time!
YES! :) This is where Etienne told Anna to make a wish. I almost missed this when we visited Notre Dame. I wasn’t able to find it first because people were standing over it. I had to call my friends for them to check where it was for me, then persuaded our team to go back so we could take a picture. :D When people saw us crowding around it, they all took pictures of it too. :D
Super lucky! Did you explain to your friends what that circle means? :D
Yes! :)) Then after we took the photos, everyone else around us posed with the circle too. :)