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The Book Trader
7 N 2nd St (at Market)
"The quintessential used book store with stacks of literary gems for you to discover. The second floor seating area is a great place to start reading!"
709 S 4th St
"Simply lovely little store. A bit on the pricey side but they have books you don't see anywhere else. Clean, well-kept, and free of the used bookstore syndrome (wandering cats and NPR)."
311 N 20th St (Wood St)
"My absolute favorite bookstore! There are cats that like to sit on top of the stacks of books on tables and they're extremely sweet. The prices are amazingly low and they support the free library!"
on Walnut St (btwn 18th & 19th)
"Wonderful park and Nice scenery. One of the best things about Center City."
1801 Walnut St (at 18th St)
"Though Anthropologie can be found in cities across the country, this particular location is a gem! 3 floors of curated clothing, sailor striped shirts with sass, gorgeous wool coats - we love."
Apple Walnut Street
1607 Walnut Street (btwn 16th & 17th St)
"If you're buying an iPhone as a gift, be aware to use the upgrade price it WILL deactivate the persons line immediately."
Favorite places in Philly
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Dead Sea Scrolls: Life and Faith in Ancient Times
Created by The Franklin Institute14 items • 15 followers
AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Spots - Barnes and Noble #3
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Barnes & Noble 1700 N Broad St (at Cecil B Moore Ave)
University of the Sciences Bookstore 4140 Woodland Ave (The Penn Bookstore)
Barnes & Noble (McAllister Building)
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