Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday (9)

Top Ten Tuesday (TTT) is an original meme hosted The Broke and Bookish. This feature was created because they are fond of lists and list making. It's perfect for me because I also love making lists. Each week, there is a new topic, and you get to create a Top Ten list based on it!

Ten Places Books Have Made Me Want To Visit:

  1. Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry - I'm pretty sure that every person who's read the Harry Potter books would love to visit Hogwarts. I can't wait until I can take a trip to Universal Studios to see the theme park. It almost makes it feel real.
  2. Santorini, Greece - I've been wanting to see this place since I read The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. It seems like a beautiful place to unwind.
  3. Paris, France - I really had no intention of visiting Paris until I read Anna and the French Kiss. I'd been told that it was a filthy city and that many people don't enjoy their time there. Well... Stephanie Perkins changed my mind. I'm hoping to get to Europe soon, and Paris will definitely be a stop.
  4. Dystopian Chicago - Okay... I know it seems kind of strange to want to visit a world like this, but I think it would be interesting to see what has happened to Chicago. I would have so much fun walking around and viewing the dried up lake and destroyed buildings.
  5. Panem - You're probably thinking that I'm really crazy now, but I'd really want to see what America looks like in ruins. Plus the Capitol would be such a site to see.
  6. Luna - Ever since I've read Cinder, I've been thinking about how cool it would be to live on the moon. I would probably stare at the Earth all day, but can you imagine how beautiful all the stars would look like from the moon?
  7. New York, New York - Young Carrie Bradshaw makes the city seem magical and cruel in Summer and the City. I'm still pretty young, so I think I'd experience some  of the same things. Plus, it's New York. I think every American should see the New York skyline at least once in their life.
  8. Zanzibar Bay - I loved Twenty Boy Summer by Sarah Ockler, and she made the west coast seem like it's the place to be. Oh, and I love collecting beach glass, so I know how I'd spend most of my time there.
  9. Neverland - There's a child in me who wishes that I never grew up. I'd love to explore Neverland and see Peter Pan, Captain Hook, and Tinker Bell.
  10. London, England - I've kind of always had this place on my list, but reading Bridget Jones's Diary really made me want to visit London.


  1. I'm pretty sure everyone wants to go to Hogwarts! It's weird when you thing about it and realize it's a school. Ironic.
    Oh Paris. I went to Paris twice now and I will never get sick of it. Such a beautiful place.
    And yes I would totally go to Neverland!
    Nice list!

    1. It's not really ironic for me. I loved being in school, and I'm looking to go back next fall for my master's. I just love school. lol

      But Hogwarts... that would be the best place ever.

  2. Greece and Paris!? Yes, please. Oh, and New York, New York would be fun to see as well though I don't think I'd want to live there. :)

    1. Right? Ireland is my number one place to visit, but anywhere in Europe would be a dream.

      My cousin lives in New York, and she says it's tough. Everything is so expensive.

  3. I do think Luna would be a fun place 2 visit! Though dangerous lol

  4. Hey, I've tagged you in the 7 Deadly Bookish Sins! Check out my blog for the questions and to see my answers: http://jennieelouisee.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/the-seven-deadly-sins-tag.html
    I'd love to see your answers so let me know when you've completed it! :) Jennie

    1. Thanks, Jennie!

      Unfortunately, I am so behind on tags because pretty much everyone tagged me in them while I was really sick. I think I've got nine or ten just for the Seven Deadly Sins one. I don't know how I'm going to be able to handle it, but I might just skip them all for now just because there are so many.


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