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Traveling with the Travelers: Judging a New England Town by Its Bookstore

I have two philosophies when it comes to travel. One: Choose one location and delve into all the nuances and quirks of that one place. Two: Visit as many different places in a general location that will reasonably fit into the length of the vacation. Regardless, I make sure to always visit the town's bookstore.

Traveling with the Travelers: 3 Days in Freeport, 3 Hours in Portland

My family and I are currently traveling up the New England coast. Our first stop was Salem, Mass. After that stop, we drove up the coast and landed in Freeport, Maine with a quick visit to Portland, two very different and unique places...

Sunday Story Time: Me, a Van and Neil Diamond

My first and last loves were both named Neil. And this weekend I got to see my first one again - Neil Diamond. To understand why he's my first love, I'd have to take you back when I was 5-years-old traveling across the country for a summer in a van.

Traveling with The Travelers: Surprisingly Bookish Baltimore Edition

I usually pass right through Baltimore on my way to New York and don't stop. But I'm headed to Baltimore this weekend for a concert and decided to check out what bookish things I might be able to find there. I didn't expect much. I should have.

More of the Coolest Libraries Around the World

A few months ago I wrote a post on the 10 coolest libraries in the world. It was hard to limit it to just 10. So I decided to update the list!

One Spooky Night at The Drake (Haunted Edition Traveling With The Travelers)

The sky was as clear and blue as the water of Lake Michigan. A bright sun shined down through the tips of the tall buildings as I stepped out of the cab, just under the sign of The Drake Hotel.

On the Road Again: Bookish Places to Visit in Chicago

I'm headed to Chicago for work. So, of course, I needed to prepare and find the best bookish places to try to squeeze in between work events! See what I discovered!

10 for Tuesday: 10 Famous Books You Might Not Realize Take Place in Chicago

The Windy City. It has inspired songs, a band name, a Broadway show, and a very famous line from a very famous movie called The Untouchables. ("That's the Chicago way.") It's also the setting of many classic and popular books.

Book Destinations: How a Bookworm Does Summer Vacation

People travel all over the world based on interests like skiing, hiking, camping or relaxing. What about a vacation for book lovers? What would that look like?

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