Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Browsing at Barnes & Noble



12 comments:

Olivier said...

j'adore les librairies "Barnes & Noble", quand je vais a NYC, je fais toujours un tour, surtout maintenant qu'il y a un starbuck dans le magasin

Randy said...

Now that our only Border's is closing I wish we had a B&N nearby. At least just for their great magazine collection.

magiceye said...

would love to spend some time there!

Memphis MOJO said...

I have a Kindle, yet it's not the same as browsing through a B&N (or Borders).

cieldequimper said...

Oh Jacob why are you so cruel??? :-))That gent is doing what I'd want to do when I get out of the pool...

Birdman said...

We do not have a B&N here now, but with the death of Borders at the mall, we might soon.

Tanya said...

i can spend hours there...no really!

Jack said...

There are two Barnes and Noble stores in West Hartford and another across the river in Glastonbury. With Borders now closed, I am not grousing about the loss of smaller independent booksellers any more. I guess we are lucky to have the big box bookstores.

Halcyon said...

I love book stores. But I have a bad feeling they're going the way of the dinos. :(

EG Wow said...

B&N is one of my favourite places to visit when we are in Upstate New York. So many temptations there, though. For me, books are way worse than chocolate.

Sharon Creech said...

Any Creech books there?

Amin said...

Beautiful place!

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