5 Retirement Travel Plans for Book Lovers
If you’re looking forward to retirement simply for the opportunity to catch up on reading, you may want to check out these retirement travel plans for book lovers. Here are 5 great places to travel that all book lovers will enjoy:
Home of the Globe Theater, platform 9 3/4, and Jane Austen inspired day trips, London is the place for readers to explore their favorite authors. While you’re there, make the short trip to Bath for the Jane Austen Museum or the Jane Austen festival in September.
Book worms of all types will appreciate this hotel in New York City. Guest will find books in every room organized by the Dewey Decimal system. There is a wine and cheese reception each day where you’re bound (pun intended) to find someone you can get a new book recommendation from.
Interesting Review: “Staff were very helpful and friendly. I really like the wine and cheese at 5 each day.”
The festival that takes place mid-February is located on Amelia Island, Florida. Book lovers will enjoy this festival that includes talks from well known authors and writers, various workshops, and even a book expo. A beach vacation in February is just the icing on the cake.
Readers will enjoy the Hemingway Festival in July. Come for the festival, stay for the famous and beautiful Key West Sunsets.
5. The Amazing Museum of Dr. Suess, Springfield, MA
This newly opened museum is dedicated to every child’s favorite author, Dr. Seuss. It’s the perfect place to take your grandchildren or just for the child at heart. Located in Springfield, MA (home of Dr. Seuss) this museum is just outside of historic Boston.
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