Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Wednesday Doorway: librairie


Today's doorway is La Vagabonde bookshop in Montbauron neighbourhood.

La porte d'aujourd'hui est celle de la librairie La Vagabonde dans le quartier Montbauron. Le blog de la librairie, c'est par ici.

25 comments:

Robert Geiss said...

Ich weiß gar nicht mehr, wann ich das letzte Mal ein Buch gekauft habe.
Werde mich bemühen andere Tiere zu finden ;) Einen guten Mittwoch dir.

Jack said...

You are lucky that Versailles still has an independent bookstore. They are disappearing over here.

Regina K said...

I like the looks of this place!

Randy said...

Looks like a great little shop.

Theanne said...

enjoying the reflections!

Kay L. Davies said...

I love bookshops!
K

Olivier said...

en plein salon du livre, c'est bien joué ;) j'adore les librairies je pourrais y rester des heures et des heures

Dave said...

Book shops are struggling here too, and many councils are cutting back on the number of public libraries. Maybe the next generation wont need books as they are today???

Thérèse said...

Un titre de librairie bien trouve!

Dina said...

So inviting.

ALAIN said...

La littérature Japonaise est à l'honneur en ce moment. Bien qu'aimant les BD, j'avoue ne pas accrocher aux mangas. Question d'age sans doute.

F.a l a i n said...

un coin parfait

Cezar and Léia said...

J'aime les librairies! :)
bisous
Léia

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

This looks like a great place to browse and enjoy. Our bookstores are disappearing at a frightening rate :-(

brattcat said...

even the bookshop sings of spring in versailles.

VP said...

Funny name for a book store...

Halcyon said...

A super name for a bookstore! And the store window is very nicely decorated. :)

PS: Do you know anything about the CDP webpage? It seems it hasn't been working for a few days.

Lowell said...

I hope that this place continues in business...the large chains have pretty killed off all our small bookstores.

I think I stopped here once to buy some books, but the darn things were all in French. So I said "Au revoir" and flew home.

Just kidding. Looks like a wonderful place in any language!

joo said...

Definitely place for me:)

Andrew said...

Reminds me of Keswick in the Lake District... a favourite place of mine to visit.

Thérèse said...

P.S. Coquine! (si je peux me permettre...)

Bergson said...

j-ai cru voir une ptite bd en bleu

pourtant blogger t'aime

Kaori said...

That chandelier in the window is cute!

Nathalie said...

Un lieu raffiné, élégant et sûrement passionnant.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I have a feeling this bookshop is going to be just as nice inside as out Ciel.