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Daily Writing Journal: Top 5 places I'd like to visit

Atlanta, USA

This is based on all the reality shows I've watched, I've already visited Miami and New York.

Los Angeles, USA

One word. Hollywood. That's just basically it, it's just celebs and seeing how it is out there. But someone recommended Sans Francisco, so I might go there too. I guess the state of California in general will be good to see.

Edinburgh, Scotland

Much closer to home so probaby do this sometime soon.  The overnight sleeper is quite pricey but I might do it this year.  I also want to see and visit the castle as I have a story based around there. It's an old story bits are down on scraps of paper. It's a mythical fantasy story - the story is probably over ten years old. Writers tend to have a lot of stories just brewing at the back of their mind.

Dublin, Ireland

I've never been to Ireland but I'd love to go some day. Maybe for a long weekend break.

The UK Lake District 

I'm not sure when I'll go but if I do, I'll post the pictures on this blog.


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