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The English Bookshop is centrally located in the Mariscal (the tourist center of Quito where you find lots of Hostals, restaurants and bars) and offers a wonderful selection of second hand books (english, french, german and spanish). The owner Mark helps you with recommendations or...More
The owner is a truly British gentlemen and have a lot of friends who visit him in bookstore so u can spend lovely couple hours talking with everybody and drinking cup of tea...the best place to see in town.
The owner, Mark, greets you as you enter the shop. He will help you find a book or two or let you muck about. You my sit in the sitting area and enjoy a bit of tea, no charge, and enjoy the company of the...More
a great book store with mostly English reads but some other European books. engaging and helpful British ex-pat owner. he sells used books for good prices. I've also sold some books there for a few dollars a piece.
The English Bookstore is really great! A quaint little store located in the Marsical with a good selection of different books. The prices are fair, you are rent/sell/buy books. The owner is very helpful and I read some great books. Highly recommend!
Mark is everything you want from a Bookshop owner :)
The shop is everything you could want for a secondhand bookstore in Ecuador.
Wiled away a lovely afternoon chatting about various things. Enjoyed a lovely cup of English tea and also met some other expats...More
This bookstore is also a expat center. Mark, the owner, is a fountain of information about Ecuador because of his daily conversations with travelers. There are books in non-English, but mostly English to rent or buy. A good place to stop by and see what...More
This is by far the best bookshop in Ecuador. Mark is not only knowledgable about all his books (he can find anything you want in a matter of minutes), but he also offers great advice on travelling throughout Ecuador. His selection of books is immense,...More
very polite and helpful booksellers with a strong and diverse collection, which is rare to come across in this neck of the woods - especially as we're going to Colombia next where english novels run drier than the Sahara. Got a cupa yorkshire tea as...More