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A quaint little bookstore


While driving around the outskirts of Washington DC, we came across this offbeat local bookstore called Hole In The Wall Books.
It was located in a good residential locality, a place where one would least expect to find something like this. Reviews say that they found a collection of rare books and trade-in policy at amazing prices.

Ofcourse you won’t get a posh coffee shop next door and many other amenities that you get at Barnes and Nobles. But, sometimes the charm of such places cannot be traded in for all that 🙂

The unfortunate part was that we did not get to go inside as it was already closed for the day. We are planning to make a trip soon over there soon and then maybe I can write about my experience. For right now all I can do is look at its picture and imagine what it stores inside. I hope the wait is worth it!

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  1. Oooh,the picture itself looks so inviting.Looks like the typ of place you’d want to spend a cozy afternoon in.

  2. Oh, I like the looks of the little book store! I bet it has some wonderful books to read. Thanks for posting it.

  3. meghna

    looks like something out of an enid blyton story 🙂

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