A friend recently suggested this book, Atlas Obscura because they know I love to travel. I downloaded it on my iBooks and was really intrigued by some of the places it features. The book is a compilation of some of the most random and remote places on the globe. From eccentric museums to funky desert hideaways, it’s a history lesson meets Ripley’s Believe it or Not. You can’t believe some of these places exist, yet they do. If you’re planning to take a trip, Atlas Obscura could inspire part of your itinerary. Stay tuned for my upcoming post on “The Integration,” a little spot near Joshua Tree National Park, in California.
Atlas Obscura put it on my radar. Can’t wait to experience it!