We drove up to Doylestown in early March just to walk the very-interesting compact downtown (not crowded that day), and were very pleased by the many locally-owned venues -- of which the Bookshop is a fine example. We've been in many of the "big-box" bookstores and bought many books from both them and Amazon, but there's a calm intelligence in the Bookshop. We both bought books from the extensive "Staff Picks" shelves as well as the current issue of Writers Digest (there was a seat for me to savor my book, and I liked it so much I bought it on the spot rather than hesitate and later forget -- there are quite a few soft seats). --- The kids section is quite large, but I didn't think to look for restrooms. --- I recommend arriving early in Doylestown (Google "doylestown city map"), and spending about 4 to 6 hours window-gazing and shopping. Street parking is only a quarter an hour, and the downtown theater has quality films. Doylestown, and the Bookshop, get 5 stars!
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