Literary City Guides: Canterbury and Brussels

Two more European destinations have joined Literary City Guides today! 


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With a rich literary history, England is well-represented on Literary City Guides. Canterbury joins Oxford and Cambridge, as the third of England's cities (and a fourth will be coming up soon!) fits Tour guide Rachel Phipps is an English Literature student in Chaucer's backyard, and knows the best places for tea, books, and tucked away gardens. 


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Jeannette Cook moved to Brussels in 1997 intending to stay for three years. She hasn't left. In the 17 years she's lived there, Jeannette has discovered some treasured spots for reading and eating. Brussels offers something for everyone, from cozy Italian restaurants to second-hand bookstores and a writer's circle perfect for local residents or travelers just passing through.