Beam me up, Scotty! Are you ready for a virtual vacation?

Big screen or small, they take us on journeys to imaginary places far and wide! I’m just putting the finishing touches on a novel set in a lovely little town on the California coast which makes me wish I could visit!

The next stop on our fictional vacation journey must be a place found in a television show or movie. Have a yen to see Pandora? Looking to visit a carnivorous island like the one found in Life of Pi? How about the Ewok village on Endor? Here are my top two vacations, snatched from movies and t.v.

1. I’d love to visit Cabot Cove. I know this would be risky as folks around Jessica Fletcher have a tendency to succumb to murder, but the town itself seems quite charming.

2. Beam me up, Scotty! I’d enjoy spending some time on the Star Ship Enterprise, as long as there were no angry alien intrusions or Borg sightings.

Your turn! What imaginary place from T.V. or movies would you like to visit? Giving away A Starbuck’s card for October.Relaxing

8 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by JackieW on October 26, 2013 at 8:01 pm

    The imaginary place from tv that I would like to visit is the Ewing ranch house from the series Dallas.

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  2. Posted by Joye on October 25, 2013 at 9:39 pm

    Enjoyed reading the comments.
    I think of any time in history I would have loved to have been at Downton Abbey, even as a maid. So much intrigue and exciting happenings.

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  3. I’d love to visit Rivendell from Lord of the Rings. It just looks so beautiful and peaceful — it would be amazing to take a few weeks off from life and go chill with the elves 🙂

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  4. Posted by Suzan Michet on October 24, 2013 at 3:14 pm

    Oh, I’m similar to you Dana in that I’d like to visit the Star Trek universe … but I would choose Voyager so I could meet all those amazing characters like 7 of 9, and Captain Janeway and the Holographic Doctor. My second vacation would be turn of the century Toronto as seen in the “Murdock Mysteries”, it would be fascinating to see what was new and thrilling back then. (And I’d love to spend time with the characters, of course !).

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