Top Ten Tuesday: The top ten (Five) craziest places I would like to read a book

If you’re new to my blog,  welcome to Top Ten Tuesday. It’s held over at That Artsy Reader Girl, where every week bloggers list their top 10 being asked about. This week is about the craziest things I’ve done for a book, but I am going to change it up to a  couple of the craziest places I would like to read a book. Or not so crazy maybe? 

Some of these places might not even allow a book being read anywhere in their vicinity, but it’s the (crazy) thought that counts.

You Know Nothing, Jon Dough: I don’t even watch this show, nor do I read this books, but I would like to sit down at this bakery, have a direwolf bread/biscuit, coffee and relax.

Shakespeare and Company: This bookshop in Paris is small and os the equivalent of a hole in the wall, without there being a wall, but I want to sit outside and read. Preferably a commercial fiction book because I feel like it’s a spot for literary readers mostly, and I want to be … different 😉 It’s such a gorgeous spot though!

Atlantis Books: I would genuinely never like to leave here. that is all.

Sacré-Cœur: The sunshine, the steps here overlooking Paris. That’s it.

Bagels and Beans: So this is actually a chain coffee and bagels place in Holland that I frequented and fell in LOVE with their hot chocolate and their coffee too. There were the insanely busy ones, but if you found yourself at one at just the right time = heaven is table here, in a quiet cafe and a book in hand!

(There’s a lot of Paris in this because I had to cancel a trip there, and now am trying to sell my hotel stay there in June. Sighs. AM SAD)

That’s it for me! What’s the craziest place you would like to read a book?

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