The Broke and the Bookish's Top Ten Tuesday is always so much fun. This week is "Top Ten Places Books Have Made Me Want To Visit" (quite a mouthful).
Some of these places I may be able to visit someday. Some of them I will never be able to visit outside of a book...because they aren't real. #bookwormstruggle
1. Prince Edward Island
I think that anyone who has read L. M. Montgomery's books would say the same. The way she describes this island is heartbreakingly lovely.
Take me there, please.
4. The Moors of Northern England
5. The Shire
6. Bayern & Kildenree
Bayern and Kildenree - two places in Shannon Hale's Books of Bayern. Practically the perfect fairytale lands.
7. New York City
It's impossible to read The Thief Lord and not end up wanting to visit Venice. Especially at night. With a gang of thieves.
9. Northern Wales
Not my favorite series, but this particular book about killed me with the descriptions of the gorgeous Welsh countryside. It sounds so mysterious and magical and adventure-y.
10. New Beijing
(Note: I, of course, took none of those gorgeous pics)
So, what places would be on your list?