When I teach Travel Writing, I encourage my students to write about where they are. That place, so familiar to you, is a foreign, unknown place and experience to many people. You don't need a lot of travel money to write about place.
It doesn’t matter where you are: at your desk, at a major museum, in your local bakery, etc. Wherever you are can be described in an interesting fashion to someone who hasn’t been there, or even to someone who has been there.
For today’s writing prompt, sit quietly and notice the details around you. You might decide to do this at your desk or take your notebook outside (gas station, cafeteria, café, deli, classroom, doctor’s office, etc.) Anywhere will work.
Start with a description of the location and then add in your experience of it.
Will you share what you wrote?