She seemed pleased. That was good. More than good, actually. It was a present, constant emotion that Clark could easily pick out, which was so unlike before, when Caroline was unstable and lost in a state of mind that even he couldn't entirely understand. It was comforting, seeing Caroline this way. Not worried or scared or out of sorts - just here. Happy and here. "I think," Clark contributed, giving their surroundings another thoughtful once-over, "that you and I are officially going to have to wave Lawrence, Kansas good-bye forever. I'm never going back." Clark grinned and elbowed Caroline playfully (and carefully at that), then pointed off to some of the sights in the distance. "There's so much history here. I can't believe this is the first time I've actually gone out of my way to come here." One would have assumed he'd have taken to it sooner with his ability to tour the world in record time, but Clark had spent so much of his youth trying to figure himself out in between trying to fit in that he simply hadn't bothered at all. Plus, there was tending to the farm and sticking close to his parents, who Clark had grown up feeling pretty overprotective of. He still was, really.
Sweeping past a group of chattering tourists, Clark pulled Caroline to the side and flashed her a bright smile. "So, where to first? There's the Louvre, the Notre Dame cathedral, the Eiffel Tower..." Which, funnily enough, they could easily see in the distance from where they were standing now. Clark twisted his mouth thoughtfully, making a mental note to pull Caroline aside later, when it was dark enough out for them to do things a little less 'normally' without people taking much notice. He wanted to show her the Eiffel Tower from the sky. Clark thought that maybe she'd appreciate that. Getting here without being seen was one thing, but touring the place? Yeah, they would definitely have to wait until later tonight.
But that didn't mean that they couldn't stick to the ground while the sun was still out. He was still pretty firm on his belief that the view from down here had it's own fascinating perks to be explored. "Our first location is your choice." Clark paused. "Unless you're hungry?" Another pause, then Clark leaned in carefully, brows knitting together in concern. "You do...eat, don't you? Or should we find something more...uh, for you?"