I’m not entirely sure why I wanted to give this particular attraction it’s own post, except perhaps that it was on the short list of things I wanted to see in Paris before consulting any resources like TripAdvisor. As such, it was one of the first places I visited in Paris. I didn’t buy anything but a postcard, but I spent a decent amount of time browsing and looking around each eccentric little room. I would have taken pictures of the interior, but I felt inclined to respect the no photographs signs posted everywhere. Even still, I made sure to sneak one of the exterior before leaving just so that I’d have something to post. I get the impression that famous little bookshops aren’t typical tourist fare, because there weren’t any line ups or crowds when I was there. I suppose I shouldn’t complain, I managed to get an unobstructed wander throughout the entire shop. It seems strange for Paris though, because there are tourists and queues everywhere.