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Top Ten Literary Locations I Would Love to Visit
- Pemberley and Derbyshire – Pride and Prejudice Maybe for a honeymoon or vacation with my future husband! I can imagine how romantic the English countryside would be. I wouldn’t even need to be in the manor for long as I would probably go on several walks like Lizzie herself 😉
- Pacific Crest Trail –Wild It is honestly a goal of mine to hike some part of the trail like Cheryl Strayed. It would be a great way to find myself no matter what stage of life I’m in or if I’m completely lost. The trail has something for everyone to learn about themselves.
- Prince Edward Island – Anne of Green Gables – Such a beautiful spot on this continent that one wouldn’t think because of how far north it is! Every summer I either reread the book or watch the movies because it seems like the perfect season to join Anne in her adventures.
- Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry – Harry Potter As I mentioned in previous Top Ten Tuesdays, how can anything Harry Potter-related NOT be on my list? I reached out to one of my best friends in college if we could have our reunion at Harry Potter World in Orlando- Universal Studios! Eventually, I’ll make my way over to England where it is an hour train ride from London!
- Italy – Eat Pray Love All the food!!! Pizza, gelato, cappucinos, just all of it! Maybe on that trip I can be a food writer for a few days, got to do my research, right? 😉
- Portland – Fifty Shades of Grey and Powell’s books Even though most of the series occurs in Seattle, Portland has some moments in there. I find that it would fit my active, healthy, easy-going lifestyle. And it has one of the largest bookstores in the country.
- North Carolina – Safe Haven Pretty much any Nicholas Sparks books lead me to want to visit North Carolina. I do have a wedding in Charlotte this summer so maybe I’ll explore when I have some down time.
- Scotland – Outlander Beautiful green rolling hills everywhere you look, from what I hear! I’d love to learn more of the history as well as how it looks in the United Kingdom.
- Westeros – A Game of Thrones Probably not Winterfell or The Wall, somewhere a tad warmer haha Although I think it would be cool to see all the cities and lands at some point, to get a gist of the cultures and traditions each one holds. It is challenging to keep up with them all!
- Vatican City – Angels and Demons When I was an art history major, I was obsessed with the Vatican and all its beautiful architecture. If in person with these historical landmarks, I’d doubt I’d spend less than an hour at each one.
What are your Top Ten Literary Locations you’d visit?