Day 5 - Five places you want to visit
1. St. Peter's Square - Vatican City - Italy
It always looks and sounds like it's so beautiful, and to go to such an central place for my religion would be great.
2. The Bodleian Library - Oxford - England
My Oxford-based detective shows made me fall in love with the city, and the Bodleian Library has featured prominently in all of them. While it sounds like there's not a whole lot tourists can see (access is primarily for the university and researchers), I would be happy to see anything inside and spend time on the outside. Also it has long underground tunnels for most of its storage, which sounds really cool.
3. Somewhere I can see the Northern Lights
I'm far too close to the equator for it to be a remote possibility, so if I could get lucky enough to see them somewhere, it would be a great experience.
4. Somewhere beautiful I've never heard of
My brother and I have been playing this game where you're dropped somewhere on google street view randomly, and we've ended up outside some really beautiful landmarks I've never come across, so there must be so many wonderful places to visit that aren't the most common vacation spots.
5. Somewhere with friends
Because of the internet, I've been able to make friends all over the United States and the world. When you can see each other in person, it's the greatest thing. It's weird, because the familiar words are now paired with a voice and a face. I'd like more of that, no matter where it is.