Tag Archives: Literary Monuments

How to Take a Self-Guided Central Park Walking Tour

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I love walking in Central Park. I actually go almost every time I visit New York. Whenever someone says they’re going to NYC for the first time, I feel excited for them, simply because I know they will end up seeing Central Park. As you know, New York is one of my favorite cities, and […]

5 (Nerdy & Awesome) Reasons I’m a Proud Literary Traveler

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You guys, I am a proud literary traveler and so far, my experience has been amazing. Books have always been meaningful to me. I’ve been an avid reader since I was four years old. Yes. Four. William Shakespeare is one of my heroes. J.K. Rowling is too. And let’s not forget Oscar Wilde. Or Jane […]

Exploring Barrio de las Letras or Madrid’s Literary Quarter

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Barrio de las Letras is one of Madrid’s most beautiful neighborhoods, and a perfect spot for literary nerds. This is an area of the Spanish capital that you mustn’t miss especially if you’re in love with the eloquence of the written word. Think about it: an entire neighborhood dedicated to books. Be still my beating heart. […]

Wow! What A Beautiful Library: Visit The Morgan Library and Museum

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Ahh, my visit to the Morgan Library was bookishly spectacular. As you know, I like to talk about literary travel on my website. One of the biggest items on my literary bucket list was the Morgan Library and Museum, located in Manhattan. Guys. I have been meaning to visit this library for, like, the past year. […]

Edinburgh is a Literature Lover’s Paradise

Edinburgh’s Literary Sites are Everywhere. Edinburgh is a magical place. You can spend an entire slow-paced week or enjoy a weekend in Edinburgh. It’s wonderful! Scotland’s well known city is not only one of the most popular destinations for visitors, but it’s a UNESCO City of Literature. A book lover’s dream come true. I mean, […]