Philadelphia was a city that surprised me in many ways. Passing through on my way from Washington D.C. to New York I thought it would be a nice, quiet stop over to break up the travel. Well, my dudettes, this city has a few things to offer. Namely, bookstores and history. Continue reading
Welcome one and all to my on-going series about bookstores around the world! No idea what I’m talking about? Let me explain. For the previous few years I have found myself fortunate enough to get quite a bit of world travelling under my belt. From Europe to America I have done the most important thing: hunted down the best bookstores in the world.
London is a pretty great place to be if you love books. Apart from the fact that the UK is home to the most magnificent bookstore, Waterstones, there are a bunch of other bookstores that you absolutely have to visit if you’re like me and from somewhere where bookstores are a bit . . . you know.
For those of you that are new here, I live in Australia and recently did the exciting thing of sitting on a plane for a devastatingly long time to visit the land of tea. Apart from being just generally mind-boggling, London convinced me that being a book addict I’d get along quite well with it. Continue reading