Tag Archives: Literary Travel

4 Days in Dublin: Itinerary for Ireland’s Capital

traveling to dublin ireland alone to see oscar wilde

Most of us know Dublin as Ireland’s fun-loving, youthful, and vibrant capital city. Dublin’s an especially fun place for travelers who have Irish heritage and want to learn about their families’ histories, as well as avid readers who’ve fallen in love with authors such as Oscar Wilde and Bram Stoker.  Furthermore, Dublin is a very […]

Solo Travel in Edinburgh: How to Independently Discover A City You’ll Truly Love

solo travel in edinburgh on a sunny day

On my first solo trip ever, I had no idea what to except. I didn’t know if reading about solo travel on dreamy blogs would match up with reality, but it was too late to turn the plane around to Newark. Instead I landed at Edinburgh airport with knots in my stomach. The customs officer […]

2 Days in Edinburgh: A Short & Fun Itinerary

2 days seeing edinburgh's old town

Spending a weekend or 2 days in Edinburgh sounds magical to travelers’ ears. As a Harry Potter fan, I constantly reminisce about Edinburgh and the city’s striking similarities to Diagon’s Alley. It’s a city where magic seems to lie around every single corner. Even though 2 days in Edinburgh is a short amount of time, […]

5 Reasons to Go Traveling with a Kindle (+ Bonus Perks!)

traveling with a kindle is awesome

Time for a “shocking” (not) confession: I love to read. Yup, without a doubt, I love, love, love my books. And my passion for the written word isn’t a recent development either. Folks, I’ve adored my collection of books ever since I was an adorable five year old. I’d read anything I could get my […]

Brooklyn Book Festival: Tips for NYC’s Best Book Event

the brooklyn book festival

Welcome to New York City’s (Free!) Brooklyn Book Festival. The Brooklyn Book Festival is one of the best literary festivals in the world. This bookish event takes place every September in Brooklyn. While the festival lasts an entire week, with a variety of speakers to suit every literary taste under the sun, the best day […]