Since Amsterdam is a melting pot of people it was way easier to get around, everyone spoke English! My mom and I felt a lot more confident exploring Amsterdam and it just felt good to be able to ask for directions.

I feel like one thing thats really cool about traveling difference parts of Europe in a short period of time is really seeing how your surroundings change. In Paris it was posh apartments, in Italy everything felt vintage and lived in ( over 5,000 years old), and in Amsterdam's the ginger bread cookie cutters houses went on for miles. In total compared to America, everywhere I went in Europe had culture and sole attached to it, not just the people but what surrounded them. I felt like every city I visited had something totally different to see. I mesmerized by every street corner.


romper:Vintage Store/sweater:Express/ bag:Forever21

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