Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday - Books With Travel

I LOVE to travel and growing up I was very blessed to get to travel A LOT. My Husband and I still "travel" but due to limit funds, we are usually just traveling from Southern California  to Northern California and back. In fact, my husband has yet to even leave California. So, The best solution for me is to read books involving travel, that way I can imagine myself on these journey's.


What a perfect book to subside my Wanderlust and give me an inner-peace.

Traveling around the world, with the help of some envelopes? Sure, Why not?! Gives it a fun twist.

 Studying abroad in France is always something I wanted to do, and Anna and the French Kiss gives it a realistic approach.

 I said this in my review, everything about this book makes me think of The Lizzie McQuire movie.. which takes me back to how I felt then about Italy and just makes me love the thought more!


An old school Italian family, visiting Italy and South America. This book give a more sensual and romanticized version of traveling abroad.

Good All American Road Trip.

An adventurous road trip.

Walking around London with your MTB. Perfection. 


  1. I love the expirience of Paris through Anna and the French Kiss, really immersive.

  2. Saving June is on my list this week! Great choices.

  3. Anna and the French Kiss is the only one on your list that I've read! Great list though!

    Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know

  4. glad to know your top-10, I just made my list!

  5. These books all seem amazing (I really, really like the covers of the Trigiani books) - and quite a few reappear on so many TTT lists. I guess that means I should get my hands on them ASAP!

    Thanks for stopping by!
    Eve @ Every Flavour Books

  6. I've read Saving June and it's one of my favourite contemporaries. Seeing it on your TTT brings back all the memories of the tears, heartbreak and music during Harper's road trip :) Great list, I've always wanted to read Meant To Be and Anna and the French Kiss!!

    Alicia @ Summer Next Top Story

  7. Anna and the French Kiss is just about the only book I've read that includes travel, though I absolutely loved it! I still have to read Lola though.

    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

  8. The only ones of these I've read it Anna, which I loved just like everyone else. Although I do own a copy of Very Valentine, so hopefully that's one I can read soon!