"Wilson!" Wrenne practically leapt forward to hug him, the woman grinning as she found herself in his arms. "There you are! I was wondering about you for a minute there." She gave him a peck on the cheek with a shy grin.
Wrenne nodded, taking his hand tightly and getting off the train with him. She was glad that the ride seemed to be shorter than usual, as she knew that Wilson didn’t enjoy the trains that much. She knew he didn’t enjoy many different forms of transportation. But thankfully they could both do some walking now.
The scenery was always pleasant to look at, especially on campus- the people seemed to have done everything they could to make sure it was beautiful.
Once they had stepped off the train, he wrapped an arm behind her again and turned his face to smell her hair. It was always so nice, a light, delicate smell that had the power to bring him back to reality. He sighed as they began to walk, taking in and admiring the scenery around them.
"I think it was somewhere up ahead, either on this street or one over," he mumbled, hoping they wouldn’t get lost along the way. He knew what was around it, and of course what the outside of the restaurant looked like, but it was easy to get turned around through all the sprawling blocks of cafes, bookstores, and lunch counters.
Wrenne nodded, chuckling as the man brought himself back to the present with her. “I’m not entirely sure where it is myself, but I think we can find it- if needed we can just ask for directions, after all.” Things could end up looking the same after so long, something that unfortunately, happened quite a lot around campus. The streets were still bustling even at this time, people getting in dinners and whatnot among the well used walkways.