- Discworld, especially Ankh Morpork and Lancre. I would make sure I was nowhere near the Disc's first tourist, Twoflower, as I do have some sense of self preservation (!), but would love to explore the city. I think Angua would be the one I'd like to accompany me. Nobody with sense would argue with her. And I wouldn't mind her company in either form. I would love to visit Granny and Nanny's stamping grounds (and I suspect the latter would be only too glad to stand me a drink or two!). I suspect I would end up going home somewhat the worse the wear but probably very happy about it.
- Middle Earth. I would love to visit the hobbits. This may have something to do with my being under 5' tall (was I the only one who thought Frodo's home looked charming and very cosy? I was mentally measuring the place up and working out where I'd put my books!). I would also like to visit Lothlorien.
- Narnia. Just after the defeat of the White Witch as I can't say I'm that keen on snow. I loved the coastal regions which you catch a glimpse of when the Pevenseys are crowned and would like to see more of that.
I wouldn't mind visiting my own Fairy Kingdom (as long as Eileen wasn't giving the guided tour. She will be biased and not in a good way and given she spent a lot of her career facing down dragons and foul fiends, the likelihood of coming across these beasts during the visit would be very high. Can't say I fancy that). There are other fictional worlds I wouldn't mind having a long day trip to, maybe even a short weekend break and some of these are:-
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