Libraries are mysterious places. They are sites in which the past gets stacked on the present. They are home to ancient and obscure books that fill shelves from floor to ceiling, which eventually form into a collection of human history.
Many believe that reading a book is like traveling to a distant land and also that the best companion while traveling is a good book. If you're a firm believer in these things, you'll love these ten quotes by authors who love travel as much as us. Get ready to explore!
I am basically a walking millennial cliche. You know the one–they studied abroad and now they're all about that wanderlust and fulfilling their heart's desire through experience. Yup, that's me! And this new hostel in Japan proves to put all other hostels to shame.
We've all been in that mood when all we want to do is read. But then we also want to people watch when we take a break from hitting the pages. Or perhaps we need to take a deep breath and take in the beauty of our surroundings, whether that be nature or a quiet park.
If you’re anything like us, walking into a massive bookstore can cause hyperventilation, salivating, and torn on how much money you can actually spend.
Don't some books just make you want to travel? If you're a lover of road trips, we bet books like Kerouac's On the Road or Wild by Cheryl Strayed made you want to pack up and go.
We asked our audience one of the most difficult questions for any bookworm to answer: If stranded on a desert island and you're only allowed to have one book...which book would it be? The answers were incredibly thought out and kind of morbid.
Every March 17, people commemorate the life of Ireland's patron Saint Patrick with a celebration. People remember the arrival of Christianity in Ireland and revel in the culture of the Irish people.
After exploring NYC for the best places to read in the city, we stumbled upon a hidden gem. The NoMad Hotel has a secret library inside of it that most people don't know about! Once we discovered it, we knew we had to explore.
Here is what we found: