Off the Beaten Path Bookstores

AbeBooks: Off the Beaten Path Bookstores.

It’s the cold and dead of winter, and we are looking for things to do indoors. And yet we still like to travel and venture out as well. Many head to warmer climes, and that’s fine. But some cooler places aren’t bad either.

Book shopping sounds like the perfect remedy. So why not head out and travel to some out of the way, “off the beaten path” bookstores?! Such as these ones featured in a recent Abe Books post. These are truly quite amazing and lovely bookstores – from Homer, Alaska to Oberaudorf, Germany.

Come along, now. I think you are going to enjoy the trip, the shops, and the books 🙂

Here’s the Abe Books introduction – and a glimpse of our first stop.

Booksellers in more than 50 countries can be found on the AbeBooks marketplace. Thousands of easy-to-find bookshops are concentrated in the great cities of the world – London, New York, Paris, Los Angeles, Sydney and Berlin – but there are also countless sellers located in places that take some finding. Remote islands, tiny villages, small towns that are barely a speck on the map and locations so isolated that they don’t even count as a hamlet. Enjoy our selection of bookshops off the beaten track.

Old Inlet Bookshop

Or, if you are not so adventurous, you can hit your local bookstore this weekend! Maybe we’ll bump into each other. Happy booking – and reading! 🙂

 

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