May 012017
 

Now everyone has an affinity to certain places for reading. These are just a few locations I could think of…


Trinity College Library in Dublin, Irelandimage-30

This view is my favorite prestigious library. With its towering bookcases, intricate woodwork, and arched ceiling, the vista from the top level is awe-inspiring.

The Library was built in 1592, with the founding of Trinity College, and is the largest library in Ireland. In 1661 they were presented with the Book of Kells, which is believed to have been created in 800 AD. However, my favorite section, the Long Room, was built between 1712 and 1732.

This library is famous for inspiring the Jedi Archives scene inside the Jedi Temple in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones.

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Temple of the Blue Moon Treehouse

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Just imaging sitting back with your favorite book on the balcony of this home among these spectacular spruce trees. This treehouse is one of many lodges at Treehouse Point Bed and Breakfast , built by Master Treehouse Builder Pete Nelson.

This place is not shy on amazing rentals amongst the forest and stunning sights.

image-28image-32http://www.treehousepoint.com


The Beach

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There are so many beaches in so many places, I am certain you have your favorites. However, some people, like me, prefer not to get sand…well…everywhere! Though I am certain if you are more of a “sun & sand” kind of person, you can just imagine sitting in a lounger with an umbrella overhead reading your favorite book.

(Beach Butler optional.)

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Bench on a Mountain

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Now to the opposite end of the world, the mountains. For you “outdoorsy” types I am certain you can picture yourself resting on a bench with a million dollar view. Fresh air, cool breeze, and just Mother Nature to keep you company.

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Book Busimage-25

Now I have seen many book buses, but they normally are just for selecting a book and standing. This bus in Lahore, Pakistan actually has carpeting and seating.

Groovy!

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@ Homeimage-24

So as the old saying goes, there is no place like home. Some homes are more like a museum…

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and some are more like crevices inside a library.


What is your favorite place to read? (please use the comments below)

Don’t forget, when you are done with your book, please donate to a local book charity.

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