Saturday, January 22, 2011

Barnes & Noble Book Store - Lake Sumter Landing

9 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

Well it certaintly looks like B&N. I think I will try a Nook for reading. Whaddya think? I do love bookstores and have been known to spend hours at The Barnes and Noble that is by where I used to work. MB

Irina said...

The special smell of the books. E-books never heard about it.

Cezar and Léia said...

I would love to be lost inside this bookshop!
And I bet there is a charming café in some place there!
Léia

cieldequimper said...

Can't go in there. Am trying to save.

Sharon Creech said...

Looks just like the B & N in Wilmington. Surprise, surpise!
Thanks for visiting my blog: yes, we didn't go far enuf south!

Rob and Mandy said...

Dangerous place for me!

Kate said...

I am an eager tech learner, but have no interest in ebooks. I'm so glad that bookstores are still thriving in this economy...not the independents which I sorely miss, but people are still buying books. If I owned one, I'd probably get hooked on the Kindle or the Nook, but I'm avoiding that one!

Kate said...

Safari is working real hard to keep me from posting on your blog because it keeps shutting down. I''ll try again!

I'm happy to see that bookstores are still attracting customers! I wish that independent bookstores were not closing as they have been for so many years now. I am a very eager electronic-loving person now, but I just can't make the switch to Kindle or the Nook; it would seem like such a betrayal to the books I've loved for so many years. I could predict that I'd probably love ebooks, esp. when travelling, but I'm reluctant to go there!!

Gunn said...

This is a place for me.