Armchair Travels

By Michelle S. RSS Wed, May 4, 2011

As the days lengthen and the temperature warms, I find myself daydreaming of summer vacations and world travels. My ideas are always bigger than my budget, so I like to engage in a healthy dose of armchair traveling. Below are some of my favorite travel-related books. I know there are so many good titles I'm missing, so please chime in in the comments with your recommendations, too!


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I just love Frances Mayes "Under the Tuscan Sun: At Home in Italy". It's completely different than the movie, but both stand on their own, in my opinion. It could also be considered "armchair cooking".
Maureen Goldsmith - South Philadelphia
Thursday, May 5, 2011

''My ideas are always bigger than my budget, so i like to engage in a healthy dose of armchair traveling''(i have the same problems:)) I just read ''Imagined London by Anna Quindlen'', and what i think about that book is amazing!!! I really loved the plot of the book.. The irresistible charm of a city inhabited every corner, from fiction and literature. An unusual journey, cultured and vibrant. A purely literary path crossed with the precision of a valuable guide to the city. I recommend a book to read at all. By Pricescout24
pricescout24 - italy
Friday, May 6, 2011