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Movie Inspired To-Do Lists for Travel Girls
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It’s so easy to find inspiration to travel. Visions of white sandy beaches and turquoise waters are sometimes all it takes to illicit wanderlust. But then a scene from a movie some how worms its way into our memory until we have the chance to reenact it abroad. Here are our top movie scenes worthy of replicating in the real world.

Nine. Having the guts to travel the world alone.

Eat, Pray, Love had every woman in America wishing they could eat their way across Europe and make love with an older man in Bali.

 

Eight. Dance with a stranger in a foreign land.

Mr. Smith met Mrs. Smith on location. Drinks, dancing and foreign food.

 

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Seven. Make a connection at the top of the Empire State Building.

Affair to Remember and Sleepless in Seattle made the Empire State famous for lovers to meet, reunite and miss connections.

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Six. Have a date at Ikea.

500 Days of Summer made every single girl wish she lived in driving range of an Ikea, and a cute boy to go there with.

Five. Make love in the rainforest.

Vampires know how to honeymoon. This sexy scene in Breaking Dawn is making more than just your average twihard’s to-do list.

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Four. Making your own music, and laying down in the middle of an empty street.

Really, couldn’t any scene from the Notebook end up here?

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Three. Have breakfast at Tiffany’s.

Everybody loves Miss Hepburn, but this is probably her most famous look, and the scene most women want to replicate.

Two. Ride a moped through the cobblestone streets of Europe.

A Roman Holiday made mopeds and motorbikes look like the ideal form of transportation, when in Rome.

One. I’m King of the world.

If you haven’t thought about doing this at the bow of a boat or a cruise ship, you’re lying. Titanic made this pose famous for lovers around the world, and I bet you couldn’t get through a cruise trip with out witnessing a reenactment.

 

What movie scenes have inspired you to travel and reenact? 

Which movie or scene is at the top of your travel to do list? 

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