Bookish

the stuff of Summer

If you like to read, you’ve probably had the thought that it might be nice to live in a bookstore. I know I have many times. Well, look at this.

Shakespeare and Co. Bookstore in Paris has people living within its book-filled walls on the regular. There are specific requirements, but wandering readers are encouraged to stay if they need a place to go. Here’s a link to more photos from one person who lived there for a few months.

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And if that’s too bohemian for you and you have more money to spend, there is a lovely hotel in New York City called ‘The Library Hotel’ that is themed after books and literary genres. The rooms are categorized by the Dewey Decimal system, and are selected by guests based on topic. There are fairy tale rooms, romance rooms, etc. It’s a little pricey, but it’s so beautiful, it might just…

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