We climbed the public stairs after a hearty dinner and looked around the city awash in sunset hues. The soft glow of street lamps seemed to brighten Nelson's charm. The mountains and water compliment the built environment, and we were smitten. The city stoked our shared interest in urbanism more than we expected, and we were eager to explore the streets.
The evening breeze felt refreshing as we stood up there, and I leaned against him, nestling my head upon his shoulder. It was our last night on vacation, and by this point, we had driven well over 2000 kilometers. With even more road time ahead, we appreciated this respite. A gentle calmness settled, and I thought to myself: I will remember this. After all, road trips are about more than the destinations.