|Mom and Me in Italy|
Mom is a details person. She keeps asking questions like, “What happens if we miss one of our trains?” “What kind of bags do I need?” “What if we don’t connect with any mother-daughters in some of the cities?”
This is why we will travel well together: she fills in the gaps in my plan and/or I tied a bow around all of her details.
We’ve been talking about what kind of bags to bring because we’ll have them with us all the time. I said I would absolutely not bring a bag on wheels – that would be a huge pain. I want to bring my school backpack filled with my communications tools (computer, camera, video camera, etc) and a shoulder bag with a few changes of clothes and toiletries. I figure I won’t need to pack many clothes because I can just wash them and re-wear them as we go along.
|Me and Mom in Greece|
Questions: Would you be able to travel across country and back with your mother (or daughter) without killing each other? What would you pack to go cross country by train? How many pairs of shoes would you suggest? What type of bag would you use?