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In an age where everything is becoming digital I still love parchment and ink.
There is a book for every taste here, and even a good range of signed books.
My daughter found some books and my son found some toys.
The best thing was...More
Sitting in Barnes and Noble you get a taste of the world. You have people from everywhere dropping in socializing with friends, grabbing a good book, studying with classmates etc. And I get the feeling that these are people who enjoy life...I love being among...More
Thanks to amazon, barnes & noble is becoming a dinosaur. I still like to go to physical bookstores for my books though. There's another store on 5th avenue. I suppose there were scores or dozens in NY in the past
Probably better than the nearby Strand Books for best sellers and new releases, it has a huge range of both fiction and non fiction and good regular author nights. Easy to relax here and wile away an hour or two. You'd be hard pressed not...More
If you are looking for a book, a notepad, an audiobook, a coffee, music, bluray you will definitely find your happiness in such a great bookstore. My husband spend hours in The alleys so The coffee inside to enjoy free wifi.
Loved visiting this book store. As a former librarian, I was truly in heaven on the first floor. The second floor was full of toys which, as a grandmother, cost me a few dollars. And the third floor was where I found magazines I wanted....More
Offering many of city’s best restaurants and shops set amid classic New York architecture, the Flatiron District is no longer under the tourist radar. At 23rd Street is the famous triangular Flatiron Building, which makes a good picture no matter what angle you photograph it from. Be sure to look up at the elegant architecture as you stroll the streets- much of this neighborhood is part of a historic district that was
home to many of the city’s most famous department stores at the turn of the century. At the northern end of the neighbourhood, Madison Square Park is best known for being the home of a famous burger shack, but it can also be a quiet refuge to spend an afternoon, and it frequently hosts interesting public art exhibits. In the lower part of the Flatiron District you'll find Union Square, a bustling crossroads at all times of day and night.